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There is no difference between the GOO editions in terms of content. I preordered the deluxe edition and helped them proofread (I'm credited in the book! Look, I'm an industry insider!), so I have the pre-publication PDF, the publication PDF, and the book. The PDF and book are the same. The editions are the same except for cover art and page edging, etc.. ...


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Over the years, social management systems in games like this have often seemed weaker to me than other parts of a game. SoIFRP has a fairly robust system, though which I find if you treat it like combat can have good results no matter the disparity between 'levels' of the participants in an Intrigue. A key point I find useful to remember is that in most ...


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I have them both and I have run both. The Game of Thrones by GOO core book has a more extensive background section. I do believe Green Ronin's version is better thought out with clearer rules and more of a 'right' feeling for the setting. Green Ronin just seemed to work better especially the rules for Houses. I have the Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide ...


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Difficulty and Impossibility I think the core issue of most social interaction/combat systems is that they assume that everything is up for grabs. You can literally convince someone that black is white should you roll well enough. Work out the core-tenets of your NPCs - the things they just won't be shifted on no matter what. Then work out their other ...


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Points in Green Ronin's favour: Guardians of Order is out of business, and what you see with the GOO PDF is all you're ever going to get; Green Ronin is alive and (as far as we know) financially viable, and so at least has the chance to continue producing material. Green Ronin started later to the game; this means they had more of the author's work to work ...



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