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The New Arrows of Indra Q&A Thread

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RPGPundit:
Yes, that's pretty much the answer.  Sorry I didn't get to your question first.

I'm certainly not going to discourage you from reading up on Indian mythology or its epic sagas, but my feeling is that the material in the AoI book itself is all that a GM needs to run games there.  There's no OBLIGATORY extra-reading to be done.

And yeah, anyone who's played it has said the same thing: they were nervous going in but quickly found that in practice, it plays pretty much like standard old-school D&D.  The things characters do in the setting is pretty much what characters do in any D&D game; only the setting itself is 'new' and 'different' (in the sense of being less familiar), and thus provides interesting new stimuli to the players.

RPGPundit

Michael Dean:
I took a picture of a couple of copies at Gen Con this year, if I can figure out how to post it here I will.

RPGPundit:

--- Quote from: Flashman;847298 ---I took a picture of a couple of copies at Gen Con this year, if I can figure out how to post it here I will.
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Oh, cool thanks! Where were they?

Michael Dean:
I'm pretty sure it was Studio 2's booth.  My memory is telling me it was right next to a shelf with a bunch of AD 2300 books.

Michael Dean:
My first attempt to post didn't work. I'll try again.

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