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A Song Of Ice And Fire RPG by Nicolas Logue
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Aug 14, 10

Read from August 06 to 14, 2010

I'd highly recommend this book for Narrators thinking of running a plot for SIFRP. The story is layered very nicely, with twists and turns that'll catch the players by surprise if properly handled, and a goodly amount of background on both setting and NPCs. I'd also recommend incorporating Wedding Knight and Journey to King's Landing into this adventure (as I'm doing myself,) as they can be rather seamlessly inserted to bulk up the tale further. My one quibble is the placement of three of the houses from Wedding Knight in the Crownlands. I suppose that is more factually in keeping with GRRM's Westeros, but it still bothered me because it breaks continuity from the adventures Green Ronin has presented so far. Otherwise, well worth the $20. I'm looking forward to more Green Ronin publications in this vein.
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08/14/2010 page 64
67.0% "Much better than Wedding Knight."

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