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Thursday, 15 August 2013 01:55

Nick, game enthusiast, SD

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Metal, Magic, and Lore (MML) is exactly what I've been asking for in an rpg for years. Its systems emphasize realism and danger and can yet be tailored to high fantasy for those that prefer rpgs like DnD. Every piece of armor you use matters and so does what part of one's body is attacked. The magic systems are also very phenomenal. The book itself is very high quality with good thick paper. It feels like a real tome. And the interior illustrations done by Ryan Pancoast are beautiful. If you are looking for a new rpg that is geared towards mature realistic adventure where even skeletons are scary again, then please get MML!

- Nick, game enthusiast, SD

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Brian Elliott has been involved in RPG since the late 1970's.  He, and a few of his friends, started the D&D Club in his High School.  Playing RPGs has led to other interests that seemed related at the time, like fighting in armor, and acting...  He is now running his own company building websites, and supporting computer clients.
The game system in MML refers to SCA combat as a reference for fighting.  I have been in the SCA since 1981, and became a Knight in the organization in 1994.  I have also had the honor of ruling as King in two Kingdoms in the SCA...
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