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Get ready to roll dice and slay goblins in the new official Goblin Slayer Tabletop Roleplaying Game!
“The Four-Cornered World from the famous Goblin Slayer series springs to life like never before in this tabletop role-playing game. This book contains all the information you’ll need to create characters like Dwarf Shaman, High Elf Archer, or Lizard Priest and embark on thrilling quests for the Adventurers Guild. It also includes two premade scenarios for game masters to run with their players right away. With plenty of skills and spells for every adventuring persuasion and tons of new lore, there’s something for all soon-to-be heroes within these pages!”Via Yen Press
Coming from the Goblin Slayer light novel writer Kumo Kagyu & illustrator Noboru Kannatsuki, and published by Yen Press, The Goblin Slayer Tabletop RPG lets players explore The Four-Cornered World from the Goblin Slayer series. Create your character and use skills & spells to take on devastating enemies. Become the newest heroes for the Adventurers Guild!
Goblin Slayer is a dark fantasy anime series based on the light novel of the same name written by Kumo Kagyu & illustrated by Noboru Kannatsuki. It tells the tale of the Goblin Slayer, an adventure whose goal is to rid the world of goblins.
The Goblin Slayer Tabletop Roleplaying Game is available now. Check your favorite game & hobby shops, or head over to Yen Press to see where you can get a copy online.
(Source: Yen Press)
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If it isn’t all about shaming and exploiting rape victims it’s not Goblin Slayer, just a failed D&D imitation with extra racism. Goblin Slayer has nothing in it of classic RPG; it’s a trashy, misogynistic male fantasy set in a third-rate JRPG rape doujinshi, and it’s an indictment on our society that Kumo could publish this game or anything else.