Furry Pirates

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Furry Pirates
Cover of Furry Pirates rulebook
Designer(s)Lise Breakey
Publisher(s)Atlas Games
Publication date1999
Genre(s)Furry, pirate fiction
System(s)Halogen System

Furry Pirates is an anthropomorphic, historical fantasy, pen-and-paper role-playing game published by Atlas Games. It is set in a parallel universe, reminiscent of 17th-century Earth. The game was written by Lise Breakey and Bruce Thomas and was illustrated by Terrie Smith.

The game, as the name implies, focuses on furry pirates and their adventures. While it includes fantastic elements, including the existence of magic, it earned some notice from reviewers for its realistic rules regarding ships and ship-based combat, as well as its detailed campaign background.

Players are given a wide range of races and classes to choose, including the usual furry types avian, lupine, ursine, and so on, and the usual classes fighter, thief, etc.

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