Realms of Terrinoth


Fantasy Flight Previews Two New Adversary Decks for Realms of Terrinoth

There's never enough possible resources for a GM, if you ask me. They have a lot to keep track of and plan for, so if there's a thing that'll make that easier, I'm all for it. If you're playing the Genesys RPG and are using the Realms of Terrinoth setting, you'll want to check out these new Adversary Decks from Fantasy Flight. They're full of NPCs that your group can come across, with all the stats you need for them right there on the card.

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Realms of Terrinoth Now Available

You've gone into the world of Terrinoth via a couple board games and a kinda-RPG, but if you've really wanted to go all-in and immerse yourself in that fantasy realm, you've not had a way... until now. The Realms of Terrinoth sourcebook for the Genesys RPG is now available from Fantasy Flight Games.

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Fantasy Flight Games Previews the Regions and NPCs in Realms of Terrinoth

Game worlds are not just right where the PCs are. There's all manner of things going on all over. And when the players go to new locations, the GM has to be ready for what the terrain is like, what the map shows, and some people who live there. That's what we get a look at in this preview of the upcoming Realms of Terrinoth book from Fantasy Flight Games.

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Fantasy Flight Previews Heroic Abilities From Realms of Terrinoth Book for Genesys RPG

Fantasy Flight Games gives you lots of different ways to experience the Terrinoth setting. They've got Runewars. They've got Runebound. They've got Legacy of Dragonholt. Soon, you'll have yet another way to get involved. They'll be releasing the Realms of Terrinoth book for their Genesys RPG system. In this preview, see what you'll be able to do that makes your characters stand out from all the other people of the world.

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Fantasy Flight Games Announces Realms of Terrinoth Setting Book for Genesys RPG

The Genesys RPG system is built to handle any setting and style of game you want to run in. But that's not to say that once you've got the base book, you're fully done. Sure, if you want to make up all your different realms entirely from scratch, you can do that. But having setting books would certainly help. And Fantasy Flight has announced the first one. It takes you the world of Runewars and Runebound with the Realms of Terrinoth.

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