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Fireborn: The Roleplaying Game: Gamemaster's Handbook

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Fireborn is an exciting new roleplaying game set in a modern world where dragons are being reborn as humans. In the long-ago Age of Myth and Legend, dragons ruled the skies. Defenders of mankind, monsters of legend, warriors of spirit, and explorers of renown... the dragons were all these things, and more. But even they could not fight the inevitable tide of chaos and corr Fireborn is an exciting new roleplaying game set in a modern world where dragons are being reborn as humans. In the long-ago Age of Myth and Legend, dragons ruled the skies. Defenders of mankind, monsters of legend, warriors of spirit, and explorers of renown... the dragons were all these things, and more. But even they could not fight the inevitable tide of chaos and corruption. In a final epic battle the dragons disappeared and magic bled away from the world. But the stars have aligned in the 21st century and magic has returned. The dragons, reborn in human form are beginning to remember. They alone remember their former enemies... enemies that, knowingly or unknowingly, are servants of the taint. Mankind's and the dragons' only hope is for the scions to recall their powers before their enemies do.


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Fireborn is an exciting new roleplaying game set in a modern world where dragons are being reborn as humans. In the long-ago Age of Myth and Legend, dragons ruled the skies. Defenders of mankind, monsters of legend, warriors of spirit, and explorers of renown... the dragons were all these things, and more. But even they could not fight the inevitable tide of chaos and corr Fireborn is an exciting new roleplaying game set in a modern world where dragons are being reborn as humans. In the long-ago Age of Myth and Legend, dragons ruled the skies. Defenders of mankind, monsters of legend, warriors of spirit, and explorers of renown... the dragons were all these things, and more. But even they could not fight the inevitable tide of chaos and corruption. In a final epic battle the dragons disappeared and magic bled away from the world. But the stars have aligned in the 21st century and magic has returned. The dragons, reborn in human form are beginning to remember. They alone remember their former enemies... enemies that, knowingly or unknowingly, are servants of the taint. Mankind's and the dragons' only hope is for the scions to recall their powers before their enemies do.

31 review for Fireborn: The Roleplaying Game: Gamemaster's Handbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    I bought the Fireborn rules from Fantasy Flight games during their clearance sale for $5 a pop. I don't see myself ever running the game, but sometimes it's good to see how a system handles things. It's not a terrible system, but... I can see why it was on clearance. I bought the Fireborn rules from Fantasy Flight games during their clearance sale for $5 a pop. I don't see myself ever running the game, but sometimes it's good to see how a system handles things. It's not a terrible system, but... I can see why it was on clearance.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Al Tarancón

  3. 5 out of 5

    John Dodd

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    Andrew Franke

  5. 4 out of 5

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  6. 4 out of 5

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    Paul Weimer

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    Michael Luipersbeck

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    Mikael Bergström

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    David

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    Séan Milljour

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Smith

  31. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Hochhalter

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