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Dragonmeet 2016

 

Dart the Stars! is a Role-Playing game of high adventure in a retro-science fiction setting, inspired by the classic “pulp” comics and novels of the 30’s - 50’s - stories where the author’s imagination had free reign, “science” was mostly a useful backdrop and the narration was full of bigger-than-life heroes.

 

In its pages you’ll learn how to create, use and advance your hero in the footprints of such characters as John Carter of Mars, Flash Gordon and Dan Dare. You’ll be a clever scientist, bringing your inventions with you in space; or a daring explorer, braving the dangers of unknown planets; a wise spacer with his strange powers, or a technologically advanced android.

 

You can orderDare the Stars from our online shop.

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