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  • Author:
    Eric Moreau,Omar Sancristobal
  • ISBN:
    0981030602
  • ISBN13:
    978-0981030609
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  • Publisher:
    Day Dreamer Interactive (August 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Individual Sports
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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by Eric Moreau (Author),‎ Omar Sancristobal (Illustrator). Professional wrestling, the "fake" sport as many would call it, is portrayed quite realistically in The Squared Circle(TSC), aside from matches not having pre-determined outcomes in most cases

by Eric Moreau (Author),‎ Omar Sancristobal (Illustrator). Professional wrestling, the "fake" sport as many would call it, is portrayed quite realistically in The Squared Circle(TSC), aside from matches not having pre-determined outcomes in most cases. TSC instead opts to make pro wrestling in its universe a competitive physical combat sport, like MMA but more theatrical, and certainly more violent.

The Squared Circle is a tabletop roleplaying game about the world of. .When you purchase a print version of one of our books you will receive a free PDF version of the book.

The Squared Circle is a tabletop roleplaying game about the world of professional wrestling. let's get ready to rumble!

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Eric Moreau, Omar Sancristobal. Published by Day Dreamer Interactive 2008-08-01 (2008). ISBN 10: 0981030602 ISBN 13: 9780981030609.

Day Dreamer Interactive. The book you are holding is a tabletop roleplaying game about the wrestling industry. In creating this book I have attempted to take the hobby of e-wrestling from the Internet into a format that could be played at the table with some friends or even alone. During game-play you will create your own wrestler, rolling up stats and choosing between 5 classes for your wrestler. You will also choose skills that will make your wrestler truly unique and a force to be reckoned with in the ring.

The Squared Circle book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Squared Circle: Wrestling RPG. by. Eric Moreau, Omar Sancristobal (Illustrator).

Book Overview will you become a legend? Or maybe running a wrestling promotion is more your style, create and run your own promotion and face off against your.

Book Overview will you become a legend? Or maybe running a wrestling promotion is more your style, create and run your own promotion and face off against your friends to see who has the skill to make it and who doesn't.

The Squared Circle:Wrestling RPG. The Squared Circle takes place in an alternate reality called The Wrestleverse where wrestling is a very real combat sport. The focus of the book revolves around a wrestling company called New Era Wrestling (NEW) which is the biggest wrestling promotion worldwide. Players may also create their own wrestling promotions for their games. The Squared Circle:Wrestling RPG. Day Dreamer Interactive. The Squared Circle:Lucha Libre.

Third Printing Sports Author: Eric Moreau Published in 2008 Format: Paperback Condition: Very Good 184 pages Publisher - Day Dreamer Interactive ISBN-13: 978-0981030609 Overall Book is in Very Good (Almost Like New) condition. Condition Guide: As New: Immaculate condition. Very Good: Shows some small signs of wear. Good: Used and slightly worn book. Fair: Worn book but complete text and pages. Please view all photos for complete detail and condition of the item(s) Please note that the photos are considered to be part of my description!

Wrestling RPG. Written By: Eric Moreau. Cover Art: Omar Sancristobal. The book you are holding is a tabletop roleplaying game about the wrestling industry

Wrestling RPG. Move List Contributors: Ray Duffy. Interior Artist: Omar Sancristobal. Typography: Eric Moreau. Testers: Ira Johnson. Lloyd Bergen Nathan Veith. To play this game you will need a few things; first some paper, some pencils, this book of course, one or more set(s) of polyhedral dice.

Create a wrestler and lead them to the very pinnacle of the wrestling industry, winning titles and engaging in feuds along the wa.will you become a legend? Or maybe running a wrestling promotion is more your style, create and run your own promotion and face off against your friends to see who has the skill to make it and who doesn't. Features: - Over 200 fully detailed moves to choose from - 38 Match types to choose from - Over 50 NPC wrestlers to use in your games - Create your own wrestling storylines!

Create a wrestler and lead them to the very pinnacle of the wrestling industry, winning titles and engaging in feuds along the way...will you become a legend? Or maybe running a wrestling promotion is more your style, create and run your own promotion and face off against your friends to see who has the skill to make it and who doesn't. Features: - Over 200 fully detailed moves to choose from - 38 Match types to choose from - Over 50 NPC wrestlers to use in your games - Create your own wrestling storylines! - Managers and Valets - Two gameplay types; Wrestler Career and Promotion Manager - Play alone or with friends

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Professional wrestling, the "fake" sport as many would call it, is portrayed quite realistically in The Squared Circle(TSC), aside from matches not having pre-determined outcomes in most cases. TSC instead opts to make pro wrestling in its universe a competitive physical combat sport, like MMA but more theatrical, and certainly more violent. Your characters will find themselves fighting against the odds, joining up with like-minded heroes and villains of the ring, and above all, striving to end up with a title belt in the end. Like in the real industry, physical ability alone won't get you anywhere; you have to make smart decisions, and choose who you call out, and who you flatter. The game mechanics are quite amazing; this is one of the only RPGs out there for pro wrestling, and it does its job admirably. Never once did I feel that it stopped being role-playing, and became roll-playing. The rules aren't too complicated, either, and there's an optional "set" of rules for running your own "promotion" aka wrestling company, which could easily keep you busy for ages. The subject matter can vary, depending on the age group playing. If you have children playing, they're more likely to want to play John Cena-type characters, fighting the good fight, but if you're my age(20) you might find yourself more content playing out scenarios similar to the infamous Attitude Era of the World Wrestling Federation. The possibilities are endless, and this is really a great "starter" RPG for newcomers to the genre, and a great way to change things up and have the party do some good old-fashioned wrasslin' rather than investigating dusty libraries or fighting multi-headed serpents.
Snowskin
Excellent book. Great game
Xurad
First of all I will say I have not actually played the game yet. I bought this game to have a wrestling RPG for my kids as I have promised them for 2 years to create one and have not had the time. I read the other review that gave this game 5 stars and all I can assume is that the review was written by a creater of the game. The flaws are these, first the editing was horrible, grammar punctuation and spelling apparently were not important. Second, putting together the rules of the game is like assembling a jigsaw puzzle the pieces are everywhere. Third, some very important sections are extremely vague, like how skill points work. I read through character creation twice and still am not sure in what part of the game a "high spot" bonus helps but yet it is important enough to be affected by character attributes. I plan to create characters as I can and still test the game out, but at this point it does not look promising. If after I can finally get the puzzle together and play I change my mind, I will post my reaction here. But, for now I find myself wishing I had bought "Know Your Role" for $0.74.
Delan
First off the book is very nice high quality for what it is. The bad part is how vague sections are. It really needed to come with some pre printed out characters with moves filled out on the blank game sheet like in the end of the book. This system uses way too many modifiers that seem to cancel each other out, way too much going on. Your not going to retain what you learned if you stop playing for a few weeks. That said the nice thing is the npc sim style matches and the structure to set up your federation. That is all A+ ideas but the mechanics of combat and the over use of modifiers make it an incredibly steep over complex learning curve.