My tabletop gaming group also played a little bit of the Song of Ice and Fire (tabletop) Roleplaying game (SIFRP) from Green Ronin Games, which I have the first version of the core rules and also the campaign setting book for. We only played the free "Quick Start" adventure though, which may still be available on Green Ronin's site. I also have the Peril at King's Landing mega-adventure, but I don't know if/when we will get around to it. It's lack of prep time, not of interest. Also, nobody in my group has read the books more than once, which I would probably find a little disappointing as far as the quality of the roleplaying goes. I know that is my own issue to deal with, but that doesn't make it less true.
Has anyone played the older out-of-print tabletop roleplaying game from Guardians of Order? I believe it was just called A Game of Thrones RPG, something like that anyhow... I once had a chance to pick up the deluxe rulebook for that game, at retail value no less; been kicking myself ever since for holding off, as the one copy they had was gone when I returned and is now rare as hen's teeth and super expensive, though supposedly a magnificently beautiful book full of "new" semi-canon details we haven't seen anywhere else (some of which have been overruled by changes made by the new world book, mind you). Too bad producing it to such a high standard apparently ran GoO (the game company, not the podcast) into the ground...
Statistics: Posted by ArristanTheOld — Thu Jan 08, 2015 2:42 pm