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Battlelords of the Twenty-Third Century (10th Anniversary Edition)

Battlelords of the Twenty-Third Century (10th Anniversary Edition)
Author: Lawrence Sims
Publish Year: 2000
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.75"
Restockable: No
Mfg. part #: SSDC101
Type: Softcover


This is the 10th anniversary edition. Yes, it's been 10 years, and we want to present our favorite game with some style. This book contains everything you need to get started playing Battlelords: 12 fully detailed player character races, step-by-step character generation, extensive background information on the Alliance and life in the 23rd century, character Fortune tables, over 150 skills, 400 pieces of weapons and equipment, over 250 matrix powers, and the easy to use d100 percentile system. Also included are the Hell's Point campaign scenario, the Flexsteel Jungle mini-adventure, NPCs, and Player Character Archetypes for each race to allow you to start playing as soon as possible. The universe is infinite, and with Battlelords, so are your gaming possibilities.

We have revamped the main rulebook to make it easier to use than ever before, and better to look at. The 10th Anniversary Edition has 25% MORE artwork, with 70% of the total art being new! It has undergone a complete reorganization, with racial information consolidated, new cover art, an improved index/table of contents, new computer rules, and more! It has been reorganized into essentially two halves: the first half taking you through character creation step by step, with the second half giving you the rules, background info, and Battle Master info you'll need to play. The combat system has been revamped somewhat to include some of the innovations found in the Battlelords Journal supplement. Also, the computer rules have been completely changed to make them much more useful and integral part of the game. We've also greatly improved the table of contents and index. Lastly, fans of earlier editions will note that we have upgraded the binding for the books to the Otabind system which should give the books much longer life and will also allow them to lay flat.