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June 23, 2003

Bargains of the Day: Christian RPG and CCG

by Feòrag

Role-playing games are evil and the work of the Devil, so good Christians will not be interested in DragonRaid Adventure Learning System:

DragonRaid is an exciting experience in adventure simulation. More than just a game, it offers hours of enjoyment while teaching participants to resist sin, counter deceptive arguments, memorize Scripture, and build moral and spiritual character. The DragonRaid system encompasses many different adventures. On the mythical world of EdenAgain, players meet challenges that parallel real life. The imagined dangers compel them to grapple with conflicting values, discover how faith in Christ can shape behavior, and reflect on what is really worth living and dying for.

The professionally printed version includes:

New Player Briefing, Rulebook, LightRaider Handbook, Adventure Master manual, two adventures (The LightRaider Test and Rescue of the Sacred Scrolls) battle grids, playing pieces, dice, and instructional cassette tape

But RPGs are old hat now, so how about Redemption - a collectible card game and the #1 selling Christian Game in the world!. An associated product is the Redemption Board Game, with its rather exciting-sounding setting:

Traveling through the dark and desolate City of Bondage, Biblical Heroes are challenged to rescue the Lost Souls being held by the Evil Hordes who have overthrown the city. It is up to players to battle against these destructive forces and find a way to overcome this evil. Heroes must be prepared to fight, rescue or retreat as they encounter and battle the enemy. Complete with 100 beautifully illustrated playing cards which feature Lost Souls, Biblical Heroes and Evil Forces, combining to make this game a suspenseful adventure for even the most courageous!

Posted in Religious Tat at 20:44. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 16:59.
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1: Posted by: Mary Kay | June 25, 2003 5:49 PM

Gosh. It all sounds a lot like Pilgrim's Progress to me. But a book, so oldfashioned!


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