APOCalypse 2500 RPG
This pen and dice Sci-fi Fantasy Role Play Game is set in a 26th century world where magic has returned to human kinds high tech sci-fi future. Humanity now shares the newly reformed continent of Neo Pangaea with mythical creatures, strange supernatural phenomena and sub-races of mutant. In this post apocalyptic world of swords and sorcery and future technology normal humans are still the majority species but just barely. The great nations of man laid waste by the cataclysm and war have been replaced by thousands of feudal fiefdoms and small city states. The 26th century is a scattering of walled cities, villages and outlaw strongholds isolated by wild country side teaming with strange beasts and deadly hazards. There are hundreds of arcane settlements from dwarf mines to elf villages and many other strange places some only barely exist in our space-time. In the world of APOCalypse 2500 anything is possible from adventures into unknown catacombs and strange lands... More > to space and time travel.< Less
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By Laurel Thompson
Oct 14, 2009
"APOCalypse 2500 is great gaming!" As an avid gamer, I found the gaming experience of APOCalypse 2500 to be an imaginative, exciting and easily run gaming system. The percentile system utilized in APOCalypse is not only easy to understand but also a refreshing change from the D20 standard that everyone has used since the advent of D&D. APOCalypse 2500 is a gaming experience that I wholeheartedy recommend.
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"Re: APOCalypse 2500 is great gaming!" I was browsing the preview for your game book and I noticed that you don't indent your paragraphs. I would suggest doing so for future works. This is a standard convention for all written works — scholarly and non-scholarly as it is devlishly difficult to read without it.