Will played in my Pendragon campaigns many times. The man knows his KAP.
It’s not fair. I mean, what game has a chance against Nocturnal Media’s King Arthur Pendragon RPG?
Am I giving away the ending? Oops. Please carry on.
I’m going to approach this review as if you know nothing about previous versions. That said, King Arthur Pendragon 5.2 is a mainly cosmetic update from KAP 5.1. I own both in PDF and 5.1 print-on-demand hardbound, and they contain mostly the same content. A few errata have been merged in, but otherwise, the two versions can be used interchangeably. Primarily, the changes relate to layout and art.
But, oh wow. The new art is impressive.
1.) Size and Production Quality
The Pendragon book isn’t the most massive RPG book I own, but it’s nowhere near the smallest either. Most of my previous reviews have been of minimalist RPGs who’s rules could be distilled into a few pages if you wanted them to…
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