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Unknown Armies: Paris, TX vs. The 333rd Reich
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Unknown Armies: Paris, TX vs. The 333rd Reich


The Nazis are up to something mighty strange in Paris, Texas. Every day the city absorbs more of its French counterpart. Meanwhile, strange mimes lurk in the city catacombs and the 333rd Reich tightens its grip on city hall.

Paris, Texas vs. the 333rd Reich is a complete setting for Unknown Armies, suitable for long-term gaming, one-shots, or integration in an on-going compaign.

This document includes...

  • Two new adept classes, the Oiseauphage and the Rheamancer
  • 5 new unnatural artifacts
  • 5 unnatural entities, including a 3e conversion of the Faerie from Postmodern Magick
  • Two new factions, The 333rd Reich and The Lost Mimes
  • 14 new GMCs
  • 5 new locations

Please be advised that this product contains depictions of a magickal Nazi conspiracy, with much of what that implies. Depictions of racists, anti-semites, and other abusive classes of individual are contained within. Reader discretion is advised. 

Requires Unknown Armies (Third Edition) from Atlas Games.

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cody M June 30, 2017 12:35 am UTC
So page 18 cuts off abruptly at the end, the spell "Wring its neck" is incomplete and can't be used cause of this. Anyway to get this fixed?
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Nimrod T June 30, 2017 1:13 am UTC
Yup! Try the new version. Thanks for bringing that to my attention!
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