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Daisho: Samurai Adventure

Daisho: Samurai Adventure


Historical samurai epics leap from the screen with a bloodcurdling kiai in this new 1PG from the creators of Into the Shadows and Cartoon Action Hour. Fast-paced sword-slinging action in the great Kurosawa/Mifune tradition!

By Craig Griswold and Eddy Webb


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March 2nd, 2011
All the rules on 1 page - well, kind of. There are a couple of supplemantary pages of "advanced"! rules. Daisho is a rules light RPG of swashbuckling samurai adventure which has almost no connection to historical Japan and takes its inspirati [...]
August 10th, 2006
A great beer and pretzals system. Out does Savage Worlds for Fats, fun and furious. If you want something for a simple one session game but don't want to get serious, I'd recommend this for a change.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: Strai [...]
July 9th, 2004
If you haven't tried one of Deep7's 1PG games, you owe it to yourself. They're perfect for one-shots. All the games follow the same basic structure 1 Page of game rules (yes that's what 1PG stands for! 1 Page with a character sheet and c [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 30, 2004.