World of Chronos Guidebook

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Frontlist Publishing, Dec 1, 2008 - 252 pages
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Welcome to the World of Chronos role playing game. This game system is designed to encompass all genres of the gaming universe, from the never ending struggle between honorable super-heroes and devious super-villains, to the fantasy settings of deadly wizards, powerful dragons and mighty warriors. Indeed, Chronos means "time" in ancient Greek mythology. Chronos was designed to create a more customized character for the player, as well as to add more realism into a campaign. No longer is the player limited to a few templates with all the same listed abilities. Now, the player can fully customize their character based upon their wishes, however they choose. The point system allows the player to create a unique character, abilities and personality, every time. The most important thing to remember is this: Utilize the rules as a guide, they are simply a tool. Whether you're using the World of Chronos as your fantasy setting, or somewhere else, you should always make it your own. Making a game setting your own will provide a greater sense of ownership, and allow for a more realistic and enjoyable gaming session. All the rules in the World of Chronos are designed for ease of play, customization of characters and realistic gaming characteristics. We hope you'll enjoy playing our game as much as we enjoyed creating it. The following pages will walk you through the process of creating your character. Always keep in mind this is your character, the different abilities and powers are what make each character unique and memorable. Whether you play a human, monster, animal, or any of the other unique species described herein, remember one thing: this is your chance to become something new andunique, so have fun with it. Play your best and you'll achieve a successful and enjoyable gaming experience each and every time. Good luck and have fun!

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