This precipitated a trip to the Sanguine site, which then showed me that there is a revised version of Ironclaw that has been available since the. Book of , , MB. Book of , , MB. Ironclaw , , Ironclaw is a game made by furries, for furries and about furries. It takes place in a sort of feudal european fantasy setting. Basically Furcadia.

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Sanguine’s games with the exception of Usagi Yojimbo all give your Species a trait die, which describes how animalistic you are in a sense. The dice mechanics for all of the Sanguine systems is very clever.

Poor Extremely well used and has major flaws, which may be too numerous to mention. If I could justify it, I’d pick it up; system does seem a bit heavier than I normally prefer which makes it a harder purchase for me as well. Very well used, but complete and useable. Now stop looking at it you pervert. The cardboard backing of miniature packs is not graded.

All Magic is handled by Gifts. There were three or four immortal kings called “Autarchs” roaming around and basically using the world as their playpen.


Add a copy to your collection. The players take the role of adventurers plucked from the new middle class. Although it confirmed my suspicions the older versions weren’t worth taking a look at, which is still pretty helpful to me.

Each weapon adds bonus damage to that. If you want to play furry stuff, take a look at Mouse Guard, or buy IronClaw for the setting, and use SolarSystem for rules. No one believes me, even though I speak passionately, because I was accused already.

So, is Ironclaw any good?

Do something crazy like write a review or session report? And those who are experienced with combat that is to say, those with the Veteran gift can keep their cool a bit longer in a fight, which gives them a distinct and interesting advantage.

Skill Marks cost 4 experience, all Gifts cost 10 experience. Ironclaw and it’s ilk try to sell themselves on that, and I was trying to get a feel for if it sounded like something I’d be interested in playing. Everything is slow, a moderately large combat sequence lasted 4 hours of a 4 hour editiion.

May have medium sized creases, scuff marks, very small stain, etc. The new version of Ironclaw looks pretty good; I want to try story-gaming it sometime.

To scratch my anthropomorphic itch, I’d be much more likely to go the wargaming route with the Song of the Splintered Lands setting and miniatures.


There are no more Magic Points. Like my mental image of a Bret editikn wants to play anthropomorphic animals is in black leather and has an evil moustache. Complete and very useable. Probably deserves better than its premise will ever allow it to achieve. What’s more, several prey species, like rabbits, can take advantage of this.

Ironclaw – 1d4chan

Forum Software Powered by Vanilla. Your character’s race may have some Gifts that come with it automatically, but this deducts from the build points you can spend. Let me share edtiion story with you about something that happens in real life and how IronClaw is aware of it in ways many games aren’t. And I haven’t really seen much buzz for this, except some cryptic statements on RPG.

And the following thing happened all the time: An average GM just assumes that if the fire isn’t doing direct damage then it’s a pointless nuisance. More Information Edit History.