Hello fellow tabletop RPG geeks and Dragon Age fans! Fancy taking your love of the Dragon Age computer / console RPG adventures one step further, then the Dragon Age tabletop roleplaying game might be for you. For those not in the know, tabletop RPG’s are pretty much restricted only by your imagination. For the gay gamer this of course means any character can be gay or lesbian. This was something that was introduced in the Dragon Age videogame, but in a tabletop setting you could take it all the way.
Dragon Age RPG setting: It has been hundreds of years since the last Blight ravaged the world of Thedas. Many believe that it can never happen again, that the Dragon Age will pass without the rise of such evil. They are wrong. Beneath the earth the darkspawn stir. A new archdemon has risen and with it a Blight that will scourge the lands and darken the skies. The nations of Thedas need a new generation of heroes, but who will answer the call?
Fantasy roleplaying goes back to its dark and gritty roots with the Dragon Age RPG, the latest game from the company that brought you A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying and Mutants & Masterminds. Based on the highly anticipated Dragon Age: Origins computer game, the Dragon Age RPG brings the excitement of BioWare’s rich fantasy world to the tabletop. Make your own heroes and control your own destiny as a Blight comes to Thedas once again.
Designed by award-winning author Chris Pramas (Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, Freeport), Dragon Age features an all-new game system that’s both easy to learn and exciting to play.
The boxed set includes:
The Dragon Age RPG is the perfect portal to tabletop roleplaying. The core system is easy to use and most actions can be resolved with a roll of the dice. Dragon Age also features an innovative stunt system that keeps combat and spellcasting tense and exciting.
So gather your friends, grab some dice, and get ready to enter a world of heroes and villains, of knights and darkspawn, of gods and demons … the world of Dragon Age!
The cool thing here is that the game sort of hearkens back to the original D&D Boxed Sets. There will be four sets in the Dragon Age tabletop roleplaying game with each one covering 5 levels for the classes of player-characters. Like the original D&D Basic set, the first set includes two books: the Player’s Guide and a Game Master’s Guide, a map and 3 six sided dice. Then all you need is a few friends, some pens and paper and your imaginations.