El-Hazard RPG and Resource Book

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Book Title: El-Hazard RPG and Resource Book
Author: Jesse Scoble, Jeff Mackintosh and David L. Pulver
Company/Publisher: Guardians of Order(GOO)
Line: Tri-Stat System(ANIME)
Cost: $29.95 U.S. ($44.95 CAN)
Pages: 191
Year published: 2001
ISBN 1-894525-30-2
SKU: #11-001

Don't you wish you could play in El-Hazard? No, I mean REALLY play in El-Hazard. Well, physically, it's still an impossibility. But your imagination can still take you. Why not get a bunch of your friends to join you?

Think of RPG's as a grown up version of 'make-believe.' Players take roles and pretend they are interacting in a world, envisioned in their minds. Now, one of those players guide where everyone else's imaginations go, telling a story in which the others must interact. That player is the Game Master (GM.) Finally, players have a set of rules they obey and written records of who they are playing.

That is over-simplifying, but RPGing is really fun. There are lots of anime RPG's now, and El-Hazard finally got one in the year 2001. The book was produced by a small Canada-based company called Guardians of Order that unfortunately went bankrupt in 2006.

Jason Bertovich wrote a review of the El-Hazard RPG for RPG.net, a gaming website with lots of information, reviews, and articles about RPG's.



Portions of this page originally belonged to The Wanderers' Guide to El-Hazard: The Magnificent world, co-authored by Jason Bertovich (Makoto) and Aaron Ziegler (Spanner).

The original page is no longer available on-line.
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