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'''''Arduin''''' is a [[fantasy]] [[role-playing game]] designed by [[David A. Hargrave]] and set on the eponymous world of Arduin.
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As a stand-alone game, ''Arduin'' was first published by [[Grimoire Games]] in 1981 as ''[[The Arduin Adventure]]'', but ''Arduin'' products had existed since 1977 (first self-published by Hargrave then published by Grimoire Games) as [[supplement]]s for [[Original Dungeons & Dragons|original ''Dungeons & Dragons'']] (including ''[[The Arduin Trilogy]]'').
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==External links==
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Aruin is a fantasy game, introduced in a series of unoffical [[Dungeons & Dragons]] supplements called [[The Arduin Trilogy]]. With the publication of The Arduin Adventure, Arduin became a standalone role-playing game.
 

Latest revision as of 18:17, December 18, 2019

Arduin is a fantasy role-playing game designed by David A. Hargrave and set on the eponymous world of Arduin.

As a stand-alone game, Arduin was first published by Grimoire Games in 1981 as The Arduin Adventure, but Arduin products had existed since 1977 (first self-published by Hargrave then published by Grimoire Games) as supplements for original Dungeons & Dragons (including The Arduin Trilogy).

External linksEdit

  • Arduin at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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