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mystara.thorf.co.uk Japanese Rules Cyclopedia In February 2006, while browsing the Acaeum site, I came across something interesting: among the foreign editions for the old D&D rules, there were Japanese versions. Since I have been living in Japan for six years now, this was a nice surprise for me. I have seen very little evidence of active roleplaying going on here, but it's nice to know that they released the books. Looking into the availability of these books, however, has proved difficult. Of these, the Rules Cyclopedia seems to be the least over-priced, and the easiest to obtain, so I went ahead and bought it. The Japanese version of the Rules Cyclopedia comes in three volumes: (1) Player's, (2) Dungeon Master's and (3) Monsters. Note that the books are traditional Japanese style, which means that they read from right to left, with the cover on what we would consider to be the back cover. (3) Monsters is on the left, (2) Dungeon Master's in the middle, and (1) Player's on the right. "Combat". "Dungeon".
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