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Crimson Cutlass

Name: Crimson Cutlass

Genre: Historisch

Sprache: Englisch

Veröffentlichung im Jahr: 1989

Verlag: Fremdsprachige Ausgabe: Better Games

Autor: George Rahm¸ Joseph Hilmer

[Englisch] In this game Rahm and Hilmer take their 'Free-style'/'Quick & Dirty' game system to it's maximum extent. Three 5'x8' perfect bound books¸ accompany a homemade tarot deck¸ in this boxed set published in the 1989 edition (original edition was published in '79). The box is decorated with colored line art of low quality¸ and conveys the swashbuckling subject matter of the game. The books are well bound¸ card stock covered¸ with the same line art of pirates burying treasure¸ and are identified one their covers only as 'Book One'¸ two and three. This three-book format is standard for Better Games. Book one contains all of the rules¸ book two provides for creating scenarios and three handles encounters. All of the interior art is sketch¸ line art of low to average quality¸ but appropriate to the general theme of the game.

The scope of the campaign possibilities extends way beyond pirates and musketeers. The rules extend into large-scale military engagements on land and sea.

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