Grimm (role-playing game)

Grimm (role-playing game)

"Grimm" is a role-playing game, released by Fantasy Flight Games as part of their "Horizon" open-ended miniature "Dungeons & Dragons" campaign settings, making of use the "D20 System" under the Open Game Licence. A supplement to "D&D" that introduces a new setting based on the fairytales of the brothers Grimm. Albeit a twisted version of those, the correlation between the realm of "Grimm" and the original fairytales is in many ways comparable to the correlation of White Wolf's "World of Darkness" to the our world. The game provides new core classes which enable player to take on the role of children lost in this strange and terrifying realm.

Fantasy Flight Games recently released a full, non-d20 version of "Grimm".

References

*cite web
url=http://www.flamesrising.com/grimm-horizon-d20-review/
title= Grimm RPG Review
last=Ashe
first=Robin
publisher=FlamesRising.com
date=2005-03-20
accessdate=2008-07-10

*cite journal
url=http://www.sjgames.com/pyramid/login/article.html?id=4533
last=Pook
first=Matthew
title=Pyramid Pick Grimm: Adventures In A World Of Twisted Fairy Tales (for d20 System)
journal=Pyramid (online)
publisher=Steve Jackson Games
date=2004-02-20
accessdate=2008-07-10

*cite web
url=http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/9/9927.phtml
title= Review of Grimm
last=Baker
first=Jake
publisher=RPGnet
date=2003-12-12
accessdate=2008-07-10

External links

* Fantasy Flight Games' official [http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/grimm/"Grimm" webpage]


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