History TableTopGame / Ironclaw

18th Sep '17 2:07:22 AM Luppercus
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* FantasyCounterpartReligion:
** The Church of S'allumer is patterned after the medieval Catholic church, with some of the heterodoxies (and heresies) being directly named after real ones.
** Lutarism is based on a mix of Germanic and Celtic mythology combined with a bit of animism.
** The Phelan have druids.
** "Book of Horn and Ivory" introduces Malachism, an obvious parallel to Islam, and opposed to all forms of magic.
16th Sep '17 3:47:45 PM nombretomado
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''Ironclaw'' is a TabletopRPG of Anthropomorphic Fantasy published by Sanguine Productions. Its first edition came out on 1999, with its second edition released in 2010. The setting is a LowFantasy setting with the themes of a MedievalEuropeanFantasy experiencing [[TheRenaissance the rise of the flintlock, the musket and the merchant classes as powerful influences]]. The big difference is that all the races that live in this game are [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic]] [[FunnyAnimal animals]].

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''Ironclaw'' is a TabletopRPG of Anthropomorphic Fantasy published by Sanguine Productions. Its first edition came out on 1999, with its second edition released in 2010. The setting is a LowFantasy setting with the themes of a MedievalEuropeanFantasy experiencing [[TheRenaissance [[UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance the rise of the flintlock, the musket and the merchant classes as powerful influences]]. The big difference is that all the races that live in this game are [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic]] [[FunnyAnimal animals]].
3rd Sep '17 9:53:17 AM zarpaulus
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Sanguine Productions also made an Oriental-themed anthropomorphic RPG called ''Jadeclaw''; the first edition was separate from Ironclaw but the second takes the form of a supplement called ''Book of Jade''.

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Sanguine Productions also made an Oriental-themed anthropomorphic RPG called ''Jadeclaw''; the first edition was separate from Ironclaw but the second takes the form of a supplement called ''Book of Jade''.
Jade''. A Middle Eastern/African-themed supplement, ''Book of Horn and Ivory'', came out in September 2017.


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* AntiMagicalFaction: Malachism, the state religion of the Anatolian Empire, believes that magic should be the exclusive domain of the angels. Using magic in Anatolian states gets you a fine or imprisoned, which ironically makes it safer to practice Necromancy there than in Calebria (where the Church proscribes torture for Necromancers.)
24th Aug '17 1:00:59 AM BURGINABC
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* NotUsingTheZWord: None of Sanguine's material ever, ''ever'' uses the word "[[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom Furry]]". Officially, these are ''anthropomorphic animals''.
20th Jul '17 8:31:04 PM TheGreatUnknown
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* SevenDeadlySins: The standard seven are part of S'allumer doctrine, along with one more: selfishness, with its corresponding virtue, altruism.
12th Apr '17 7:27:41 PM zarpaulus
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Zhongguo ''is'' Warring States era China with anthropomorphic animals and gunpowder[[note]] Chinese feudalism effectively ended in the 3rd century B.C., gunpowder was invented in the 9th century A.D.[[/note]]; many of the Imperial dynasties even share the same names. In addition, Yindu is clearly India, Camels are Middle-Eastern, the Yaks are Tibetans, and Leopards are implied to be similar to Mongolians.

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* FantasticCasteSystem: The Zhou dynasty instated a caste system dividing the population into five social orders: Warriors and rulers (''Shi''), Ministers (''Xue''), Farmers, (''Nong''), Craftsmen (''Gong''), and Merchants (''Shang'').
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Zhongguo ''is'' Warring States era China with anthropomorphic animals and gunpowder[[note]] Chinese feudalism effectively ended in the 3rd century B.C., gunpowder was invented in the 9th century A.D.[[/note]]; is named after China, many of the Imperial dynasties even share the same names. names, though its' political structure is a mix of Japanese-style feudalism giving way to Confucian bureaucracy. In addition, Yindu (elephant and yak homeland) is clearly India, Camels are Middle-Eastern, the Yaks are Tibetans, and Leopards are implied to be similar to Mongolians.
15th Mar '17 2:05:04 PM dvorak
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* ContemptableCover: first edition was some ''LightNovel/ThSlayers'' fan-art featuring Naga as a wolf. In all her bikini-clad glory.

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* ContemptableCover: first edition was some ''LightNovel/ThSlayers'' ''LightNovel/TheSlayers'' fan-art featuring Naga as a wolf. In all her bikini-clad glory.
15th Mar '17 2:04:26 PM dvorak
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* ContemptableCover: first edition was some ''LightNovel/ThSlayers'' fan-art featuring Naga as a wolf. In all her bikini-clad glory.
26th Feb '17 3:10:20 PM nombretomado
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** The artwork for the Peafowl race in ''Book of Jade'' is very clearly inspired by Lord Shen from ''KungFuPanda2''.

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** The artwork for the Peafowl race in ''Book of Jade'' is very clearly inspired by Lord Shen from ''KungFuPanda2''.''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2''.
22nd Jan '17 6:48:47 AM Morgenthaler
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** The section on undead is titled "[[CthulhuMythos That which is not dead can eternal lie.]]"

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** The section on undead is titled "[[CthulhuMythos "[[Franchise/CthulhuMythos That which is not dead can eternal lie.]]"
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