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The Anima Game Master's Toolkit is available for purchase via download
Anima: Beyond Fantasy RPG | Published 06 July 2010

The Game Master's Toolkit for Anima: Beyond Fantasy Roleplaying Game is now available for download at drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com!

In this reference guide you will find not only an assortment of optional rules for character creation, combat maneuvres, and insanity, but also 20 pre-generated characters and the introductory multi-session adventure "Shadows Within Dreams."

The Game Master’s Toolkit includes:

  • A grand, four-panel folding reference screen that gathers all the tables and rules needed to help keep game sessions fast and efficient.
  • Additional new rules for Creation Points, combat maneuvres, insanity, and more.
  • Optional rules for easily adapting your Anima game to suit your style of gameplay.
  • 20 pre-generated characters, each from a different class, with their own unique backgrounds.
  • “Shadows Within Dreams,” a multi-session adventure for 3–5 first or second level characters, designed for both experienced players as well as those new to the amazing world of Gaïa.

In "Shadows WIthin Dreams", an action-filled drama in three parts, players are thrown into a confrontation with rebel soldiers, only to be further drawn down a path of dark secrets.

Head over to drivethrurpg.com or rpgnow.com today and download your copy. The world of Gaïa spreads before you. Get ready to go beyond fantasy...

Set in the fantasy world of Gaïa, Anima: Beyond Fantasy is a critically acclaimed roleplaying game that features a dynamic and flexible system for high adventure and immersive storytelling.

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Quanlin
Published: 7/25/2010 12:16:28 AM
#4

I have to agree, the GM screen included is the best ever made and it helps free up the book from the GM so the players can use it. It a must for a sixty dollar book. :)

ethernaught
Published: 7/7/2010 3:20:40 AM
#3

this has already been relesd in paperback form its just an anouncement that its avalable for digital purchase.

personally i have the paperback one and recomend it as the gm screen is the best i have used for any game and is very good quality very thick card.

Lennon
Published: 7/6/2010 10:00:26 PM
#2

 Very cool. I would complain that there is no update new translations, but I am still trying to read the massive Gaia v.1.

Pneumonica
Published: 7/6/2010 9:56:11 PM
#1

I can honestly say the rate of updates for Anima is accelerating.  Keep it up!

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