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Free eBook Ghost Dog Role-Playing Game and Resource Book download ISBN: 1894525027
Author: David L. Pulver,John R. Jr. Python
Publisher: Guardians of Order (September 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 160
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Gaming
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Rating: 4.4
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by David L. Pulver (Author), John . J. This role-playing game, based on the 1999 film (which is excellent in its own right), is good for a role-playing gamer looking for a change of pace from the usual sword-and-sorcery affair, loaded with funny dice.

by David L. Jr. Python (Author). The book serves as a combination resource book for the game, providing setting, example characters, and tone, as well as making an excellent guide to the film.

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336 With John R. Phythyon, J. Pulver also designed the gangster samurai Tri-stat game Ghost Dog (2000), based on the film of the same name. continued to write for Guardians almost to the point when they ceased publication, notably contributing to their anthologies Ex Machina (2004) and Dreaming Cities (2005). Tri-Stat dX core role-playing system.

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David L. Pulver (born 1965-11-02 in Kingston, Ontario) is a Canadian freelance writer and game designer, with a History degree from Queen's University. He is the author of more than fifty role-playing game rulebooks and supplements, including the award winning Transhuman Space. Steve Jackson and David Pulver coauthored a novella entitled Thera Awakening that was distributed with the Interplay computer game Stonekeep

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Welcome to the only reference guide for Artisan Entertainment`s critically acclaimed motion picture, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, written by Jim Jarmusch and starring Forest Whitaker. Ghost Dog lives by the precepts of the 18th century warrior text, Hagakure, practicing the ancient disciplines of the samurai and applying them to his work as a modern-day contract killer. This role-playing game and resource book re-creates the gangster genre as a cross-cultural fusion of Eastern philosophy, mob drama, and urban darkness. Inside you`ll find an exhaustive analysis of the film, insightful bios for all the characters, and an engaging study of Mafia organized crime in America.
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Mayno
This game isn't revolutionary.

This game won't change the way of the gaming world.

This game IS fun and amusing, specifically if you've seen the movie. I highly recomend watching the movie before playing the game. 1st because its a cool film. 2nd because it'll help enrich the ambiance of the game itself.

I don't know that this is a game that will have a long campaign, but if your looking to have friday night one shot or something, this isn't a bad pick up.

I really like the game, but then i really like the movie.
Sha
This role-playing game, based on the 1999 film (which is excellent in its own right), is good for a role-playing gamer looking for a change of pace from the usual sword-and-sorcery affair, loaded with funny dice. It uses the TriStat System (d6), which means that it emphasizes role-playing rather than dice-rolling.

The book serves as a combination resource book for the game, providing setting, example characters, and tone, as well as making an excellent guide to the film. It has a few example quests, which leads me to the main thing I like about the Tri-Stat System over d20: it focuses on options and decisions rather than rules. Combat is NOT discussed in terms of a grid and miniatures, something that I like a lot. It also has very little in terms of actual role-playing dynamics, as that is (and, in my opinion, should be) left up to the GM, rather than being ruled to death.

The book is printed in black and white, which makes the plentiful photographs - stills from the film - look rather poor. It also has a page in the back with a character sheet, but it's not perforated, and it's pretty tightly bound. I'd definitely recommend printing them from a PDF you can get online.

Overall, certainly worth checking out if you're looking for something different.