Chimera 2.0 – out now!

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  1. Stargazer says:

    20$ for a 111-paged PDF? Sorry, that’s a bit too much for my taste, especially when you consider that Paizo released the PDF version of Pathfinder for just $10. I think I will settle with the QuickStart riules for now.
    .-= Stargazer´s last blog ..I like this! =-.

  2. Greywulf says:

    @Stargazer The discount drops it to a far more reasonable $12. I’ll be writing about the price and whether I think it’s worth it in the full review though.

  3. Stargazer says:

    Ah, ok! $12 is much more reasonable if you ask me.
    .-= Stargazer´s last blog ..I like this! =-.

  4. Dave T. Game says:

    Pathfinder is also going to sell more and be used as a promotion for their honking huge hardcover, so it’s not a fair comparison. It’s a lot of work to make 111 pages, PDF or not!
    .-= Dave T. Game´s last blog ..Inq. of the Week: Video Game Playing, 2009 =-.

  1. November 25, 2009

    […] fellow RPG blogger Greywulf wrote about the new Chimera 2.0, a quick-to-play multi-genre RPG. After reading his post I headed […]

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