Jadeclaw

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Jadeclaw
Jadeclaw cover.jpg
Designer(s) Chuan Lin
Publisher(s) Sanguine Productions
Publication date 2002
Genre(s) Furry, oriental
System(s) Combination of d4, d6, d8, d10, and d12 dice

Jadeclaw is a role-playing game set in the same world as Ironclaw, in a far off kingdom called Zhongguo (lit: Mandarin for "China"), inspired by Chinese Mythology, where anthropomorphic fantasy creatures control the fates of both Heaven and Earth.

Description[edit]

Jadeclaw is the successor to the Ironclaw RPG, and uses the same system. Changes include more "traits" (martial arts), and there are now non-mammalian "races". There are now Birds, Reptiles (Snakes and Tortoises), and races from Chinese Mythology (such as Dragons). There are also some strange servitor races of insects (scorpions, centipedes, etc.), which are strictly NPC's (Non-Player Characters).

Publication history[edit]

Eos Press published Jadeclaw in 2007 for Sanguine Productions.[1]:249

Reception[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shannon Appelcline (2011). Designers & Dragons. Mongoose Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907702- 58-7. 

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