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Can You Survive the Age of Blood?

Welcome to Simarra, A land of unspeakable horror, A land in desperate need of Heroes.

The Survivor's Guide to the Age of Blood is the first expansion on the True20 Blood Throne setting, originally Published in True20 Worlds of Adventure, a sourcebook featuring the runners-up of Green Ronin's True20 setting search contest held in the Fall of 2005.

The Survivor's Guide is a players resource, providing a detailed look at the people of Simarra, providing new races, backrounds, Heroic Paths, Path Masteries, Feats, Power Paths, New Powers and Power Challenges and much more!

The Survivor's Guide ot the Age of Blood also takes an indepth look at the world of Simarra, providing overviews of the various regions and their conflicts. So check out this 196 page, fully bookmarked and indexed pdf.

The zip file contains a screen version and a printable version.

Check out the official Blood Throne website.


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November 8th, 2020
I actually worked on this book thought it had a lot of promise. I think though the product suffered from a discombobulated unified vision. Lots of peices of it were really good, I just think it lacked something to unify it into a cohesive whole. I stil [...]
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April 16th, 2007
The standards for writing True 20 Campaign Settings must be immaculately high. True 20, the simplified Green Ronin developed system based around the d20 concept has the most innovative campaign worlds in the last five years. Even the weakest ca [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 13, 2007.