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Myfarog - Mythic Fantasy Role-Playing Game

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MYFAROG (Mythic Fantasy Role-playing Game) (second edition) is a fantasy role-playing game, with a setting based on European mythology, religion and fairy tales. The rules are very modular, meaning you can play the game rules light or rules heavy, as you please. The rules are designed to make sense, and to give the players the ability to immerse themselves in Thule; a high ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published August 1st 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Not only a good and different style of rpg with more realistic combat rules and a very interesting magic and religious system, also a good book to read.
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