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  1. Having mentioned a heavy anime influence, I’m left wondering why you felt it was important to distinguish an RPG by its country of origin…

    1. @Rebecca, I think “JRPGs” in this instance is a reference to a video game genre (e.g., Final Fantasy, Fire Emblem), which are often (but not necessarily) made in Japan.

  2. One already exists in print, check out Fabula Ultima if you don’t want to wait. Originally published in Italian it’s now in English.

    1. @Johnny, yeah, great RpG that emulate very well the mechanics often found in console JRpG. Also, very curated layout and art.

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