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Farscape (role-playing game)

Farscape Roleplaying Game
Designer(s) Ken Carpenter, Rob Vaux, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Gavin Downing, Lee Hammock, Kelly Hill, Christina Kamnikar
Publisher(s) Alderac Entertainment Group
Publication date 2002
Genre(s) Science Fiction
System(s) d20 System

The Farscape Roleplaying Game is a role-playing game based on the television series, Farscape, published by Alderac Entertainment Group.[1][2][3] Besides featuring characters and planets from the show, the game added a few more not seen onscreen. There was also an original story entitled "Ten Little Aliens," written by Keith R.A. DeCandido, who wrote the Farscape novel House of Cards.

The game was nominated for ENnie awards for Best Graphic Design and Layout and Best d20 Game in 2003.[4]

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External links

  • Official site at Alderac Entertainment Group
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