Roleaids in german
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Post Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:22 pm 
 

There are pictures of the German Midkemia Press items here:

http://crydee.com/raymond-feist/games/p ... publishers

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:36 pm 
 

Hi,

a lot of games come out in German.

there are also quite a lot of games which are developed in german and never get translated into english - I see loads of rpgs and ccgs I dont recognise when I go to Spiel.

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 10:32 am 
 

TheMilford wrote:This thread is useless without pictures.


I will scan and post pictures of all german generic modules I have. Germans published a lot of D&D related products, and most are not translated modules.

lawrenson wrote:there are also quite a lot of games which are developed in german and never get translated into english - I see loads of rpgs and ccgs I dont recognise when I go to Spiel.



Yes, several books were released for Abenteuer in Magira and Midgard. I am very surprised to see that Corrinis was the translation of Carse since the city described in Corrinis is designed especially for Abenteuer in Magira and Midgard.
Thanks to Mark for the link.

I am surprised too that no website is dedicated in Germany for these products. There is drosi.de but it is not very accurate for these modules.


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