Dragon Age Set 3 Preview

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It is my great pleasure to give you some good news about set 3 (for a change). It is a most momentous event when anything new for Dragon Age RPG becomes available. Now don’t get too excited, this PDF is only 3 pages and just a bit of intro, but it is something! It shows that it will happen. In the meantime, you are in a great place to get unofficial content for your campaigns.

Green Ronin published the following information:

Hello everyone! We’re delighted to bring you a brief preview of the Player’s Guide for our upcoming release, Dragon Age Set 3. This boxed set will round out the core rules for the Dragon Age RPG with new specializations, adversaries, spells, and character options that cover levels 11–20. What’s more, this set includes more information about the world of Thedas and its history. This preview is the Introduction to the Player’s Guide, which should give you a good idea of what’s inside!



New Green Ronin Forums Location

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In the interest of getting backlogged info out to you, Green Ronin have a new forum portal for their product lines. Here’s a link to the new official Dragon Age forum location.


Their old forum location still exists, but in a locked state, so “read only”.

Dragon Age RPG on TABLETOP: Interviews and Gag Reel

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In addition to an hour of the cast of Wil Wheaton’s TableTop playing Dragon Age RPG, the producers recorded additional footage. Below are some interviews with the players and a gag reel for the episode.

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Dragon Age RPG on Wil Wheaton’s TABLETOP Part 2

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Here is the second part of the cast of TableTop playing Dragon Age RPG. The video runs 35 minutes.

Next up we’ll post some additional interviews as well as a gag reel.

Dragon Age RPG on Wil Wheaton’s TABLETOP

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Ever wanted to know how to play the Dragon Age RPG? Wil Wheaton, Chris Pramas and friends are here to show you. The roleplaying game has been featured on the web show Table Top and you can now view it.

This is part 1 and runs about half an hour. We will post part 2 as well, along with extra interviews. Enjoy!

Interview With Dragon Age RPG Developer Jack Norris

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gr-logoThe Polish website Przystań Szarego Strażnika just posted an interview with new Dragon Age RPG Developer Jack Norris. They were also nice enough to include a version in English towards the bottom of the page. Drop by and see what Jack has to say about joining the Green Ronin family and about the upcoming Dragon Age RPG products.

Przystań Szarego Strażnika – Wywiad z Jackiem Norrisem (Interview with Jack Norris)

Dragon Age RPG Set 3 Update

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Dragon Age RPG Set 3

Dragon Age RPG Developer Will Hindmarch posted an update about Set 3 over at the Green Ronin forums, which I am linking and quoting parts of below:

Set 3 files are in editing and approvals and re-development (in response to editing and approvals) even now. Things continue to move forward with new DLC for Dragon Age and the Adventure Game Engine. DLC releases will resume in the new year, although perhaps sporadically as the schedule for those gets ironed out.

And regarding the future of the Dragon Age RPG and AGE System, Hindmarch adds:

Please know that when it comes to the future of the Dragon Age line, Green Ronin wants you to be happy with the game and with your experiences playing it. Chris Pramas created a wonderful game, running on a terrific engine, and the game and engine are approaching an exciting year of new talent and new products. Please stay tuned to the forums and the Ronin Roundtables — I think you’ll be glad you did.

All signs point to a PDF release in January 2013, with the physical boxed set sometime in the spring. While, like every fan, I’m a bit bummed about the delay, I have no problem waiting. I understand the process of dealing with a licensor that has to approve material and how that can affect release schedules, so I can appreciate Green Ronin’s position. In the end, I know we’ll have a fantastic set for the game, and that’s all that matters.

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