To bring a little context here: Aquelarre is the oldest Spanish RPG, from . It includes “Rerum Demoni” (Hell, the demons and their hierarchy). Unofficial community for Aquelarre, the AQUELARRE — the dark & mature Rerum Demoni · Rerum Demoni. I am a big fan of everything Aquelarre, so I want to get it totally right. So they fall in love with it also. I will definently visit the G+ and Rerum Demoni site!:D Thank.
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Aquelarre RPG [in English]. A good game creates a good community around it. A good community creates a better game. Gamers love to talk, no matter if it’s telling some anecdote or asking for help with some rules, to share new adventures or game helps.
All of that is welcome here. Aquelarre in english, Kickstarter Campaign. The original spanish edition. Tell us about you. Taken from Nosolorol website: It offers an inspiring review of their traditions and beliefs, from the customs of the vulgar to the routines of crafts, without neglecting what is said about witches and the Devil.
The bestiary of the game is extended and more than twenty popular legends are sown, each accompanied by advice to turn them into exciting adventures. The book is completed with a huge campaign that, without abandoning the essence of the first Dracswill be a new challenge 2 for Aquelarre players [ Authors themselves had expressed clearly that this one is a hard, difficult and deadly campaign. Some words about the most recent addition to the Aquelarre from the spanish publisher: They say that, on a stormy night, the Virgin Mary escaped from the sea with a bundle in her arms that gave off light while some Moors pursued her.
What most do not know is that this scene has been repeated since the beginning of time. Sometimes the Moors move so far away from the Virgin that they think they will lose sight of her, but others, especially in times of calamities, the Moors are about to reach it. And there is no era of calamities in Europe that is greater than the one that is to come in a few years. Affected by the war between humans, the immemorial conflict between light and darkness will be accentuated as never before.
Ex Mundo Tenebrarum is an ambitious campaign for Aquelarre, the medieval demonic role-playing game, which will lead players through three generations of naval approaches, fratricidal wars and enchanted forests. Among its pages you will also find detailed appendices on the Asturias and Castile of the fourteenth century with which to complete this cyclical journey that no one in the peninsula can escape.
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I hope it sees an English translation. But they didn’t just reprint the existing one, but redesigned it with a new layout some tables have been removed and some have been added and addressed what was considered by most GMs as a serious flaw in the existing one. Some tried to tame the folding beast, some like me opted for a workaround.
The new one has three bodies measuring x millimeters Three horizontal DIN A4 and has a new illustration made for the occasion even better than the existing one, if you want my opinion. Rdrum, they had not only given a facelift giving it the new look of Aquelarre’s spanish third edition to the book, but also overhauled it by adding new adventures to the old, more than doubling the page number.
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One of them is Retorno a Rincon “Return to the Nook”. The original Rincon was published in as a 72 pages book containing ten adventures and some source material for playing around a small rural fiefdom.
The upgraded new one may include the old one and enhance it as a sort of sandbox setting in a rural areas. Plus, it will include new incredible art as we’ve been accustomed to in Aquelarre. Second one would be Dracsoriginally published in Another ten adventures that together integrate a campaign set around the Crown of Aragon, that by the time of Aquelarre had spread all around the Mediterranean, from the spanish shores to the south of Italy and most Greece, plus lots of source material about the catalan folklore and There’s a third WIP.
What began being a supplement-to-the-expansion Rinascita that allowed to play Aquelarre in the RenaissanceVilla y Corte walked players into Madrid, the spanish capital, and the people that lived there in the XVII century, the Spanish Golden Age https: A world of full of political intrigues, questioned honor, duels, and picaresque well described in the spanish literature of the time or in modern one, lije the Alatriste novels.
Another pages that closed that era of the spanish publishing of Aquelarre. But after this 20 years, the supplement has become a sort of “spin-off”, a game by itself. Although the family traits are recognizable, it’s now alive and independent by itself.
As alive and healthy as Aquelarre itself. So, if you backed the english version, know for sure that its roots are deep and sound. And If you didn’t, you should look forward to get you copy: Looking forward to it. Will Rincon be translated?
It obviously should depend on how well the game fares when it hits the stores. But my point here is that the game is no orphan, back home in Spain. Very cool- having backed Aquelarre, and also a big fan of alatriste, I am excited to learn about Villa y Corte.
Post has shared content. Steven Wieck, the american publisher of King Arthur Pendragon, has just told he is “considering a reprint [of The Great Pendragon Campaign] with the artwork from the Nosolorol edition to match the newly available KAP 5. Now that I’ve just picked my Pendragon 5. Blame it on a smaller print. Anyway, the old-paper-looking background fits the atmosphere of Arturic era. And don’t forget about that gorgeous screen You can compare yourself I’ve taken a couple captures from both PDFs.
Don’t just consider it!
Do it without hesitation!! It’ll be worth it.
AQUELARRE — the dark & mature medieval RPG *now in English* by Stewart Wieck — Kickstarter
My apologies to Mr. Wieck for rechristening him: P I can’t aquellarre it right on the shared post, just on the original one: Unboxing Aquelarre special edition in spanish.
Translate Show original text. While we will have to patiently wait for the english edition of Aquelarre to steer clear of the aquelafre on the road, those able to enjoy the original spanish one will be pleased with a handful of incoming titles.
The fist one of them is almost here. This is, in short, the plot that sustains Boccaccio’s Decameron, a collection one hundred stories written near the middle of the fourteenth century, and considered one of the masterpieces of medieval literature. Relatively speaking, what these young people did was to roleplay; they narrated their stories, were amused listening them and all took turns to participate in the entertainment.
Only they lacked dice and a game manual, but surely any reader considers those non-essential accessories. Like Boccaccio’s book, our Decameron is a collection of adventures that we hope you want and can tell on your table, and although they are not one hundred, we believe they aquelarde enough hours of fun. That you reclude yourselves in a villa and all is an option that is beyond our reach.
But this book does not only drink from the Decameron: There is other book that has influenced his writing even more than the classic Boccaccio, a book soon to be twenty-five years old as does the game for which it was written, since it was the first supplement it had in its long existence. It is a collection of adventure mixed with historical articles by the title of Lilitha book that has already become essential of the hispanic roleplaying, like its content.
And, like that book, this supplement presents a series of adventures mixed with historical annexes on the one hand, that expand the topics covered in the adventures and on the other, offer new professions, spells and creatures that you can use in your own Aquelarre games.
In addition, when writing this particular “aquelarrian” Decameron, we have always had in mind the idea that it could be used equally with the Core rulebook aqurlarre your Breviarium version, because in addition to references to both books in the text separated by a bar; first the Core page of the third edition and then the Breviariumwe also added any other spell or creature that does not appear in the Breviariumso that you only have to take to your game the rulebook you have with this supplement adventures.
Finally, we must mention for the most diehard fans of the game that the last adventure of the book is the Ultima Necat campaign, the first part of which many who were patrons of the third edition of Aquelarre will know, as they were presented with it at that time to test it and send us their feedback You’ll find the names of those who played and reported back to us in the credits.
Finally, after a long time, the characters may be able to continue their wanderings by the side of the strange old man Abu Alim in the lands of Granada.
Sit in circle now that the air is warm and the breeze is soft, under the reru of fruit trees and the courtyard fountain, becase it’s time to tell stories. And may even the Devil eemoni silent Originally shared by Xataka. Looks like you’ve reached the end. Unable to load more. Wait while more posts are being loaded. Drag photos anywhere to start a new post.