|Grimm RPG | Published 26 October 2009|
In a land of fallen beanstalks and wolves in disguise, a group of plucky children band together. United only by their desire to find a way back to reality, they must use their wits and imaginations to face the dark horrors around every corner. But from his throne in the middle of the Great and Awful Forest, the Rotten King, Humpty Dumpty, seeks all the children he can find, manipulating them to exploit their powerful imaginations.
In the RPG Grimm, players take on the roles of children trying to find a way back to the real world. In the meantime, they’ll face the wonder and terror of the worlds and characters made famous by the Brothers Grimm. Now, your portal into this fantastic world of fairy tales has arrived... Grimm is now available for purchase as a pdf download at drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com! Head over to our description page to learn more about this exciting setting, then venture into a land of dark fairy tales!
Grimm is a roleplaying game that puts players in control of children trying to escape the dark stories made famous by the Brothers Grimm. Using an innovative system that places the emphasis on storytelling, Grimm invites players to venture into the classic fairy tales of their youth.
man i wished i could get a hard copy of this book...
Will there be a printed book as well?
I like these download sites, but I really wish when we bought the physical copy we could get one free download of the book. I prefer to have a physical copy, but also having electronic access can make searching for info in the middle of a game easier.
Still, thanks FFG for providing this service.
The system is actually very clever and uses some quite abstract rules to very good effect to promote thematic rather than tactical resolution of encounters and the like.
As the game isn't mainstream though I think it suffers from not having a obvious target audience, but I cannot speak highly enough of it; if from a system you rate role playing promoted head and shoulders above roll- playing, then it really is worth a punt
This RPG system looks intersting. I wonder who is its target audience...