Gamers talk “Prince Valiant"

“.... Prince Valiant provided in 1989 many of the things that latter would be considered a paradigm shift: a fundamental attention given to setting and the narrative aspects of playing, shifting roles within the gaming group, a focus on well-developed roles, and simple – if not minimal – rules..."

Prince Valiant by Sergio Mascarenhas | Style: 5, Substance: 5
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Although out of print, you can still find Prince Valiant, and I recommend you pick up a copy sometime. Young people are constantly growing into the age to be introduced to the hobby, and this is one of the best games I know for doing it. It allows them to be heroes, avoiding the World of Darkness trap, and is so simple they concentrate on playing the role, seeding good roleplaying habits that should last them the rest of their lives. Recommended."

Prince Valiant by Steffan O'Sullivan
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“Most everyone who sees a copy realizes that it is about 10 years ahead of it's time. It has innovations within that were not redone for several years thereafter. I'm reitorating because it bears repeating. It was also a complete game in one book, 128 pages."

Prince Valiant by Aaron Zirkelbach | 5 Stars, “By far, the most underrated RPG of all time."
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Well worth buying, particularly if you're looking for a quick, clean system with which to explore the world of King Arthur ... and probably readily adaptable to other, similarly heroic milieu."

Prince Valiant by "BK" | 5 Stars, “Quick, clever and virtually unknown."
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