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posted on 2003-07-11 14:08 EDT
New Products based on d20 System, Core Rules Available for Free!.

Guardians of Order announced the release this week of the new D20 version of their Anime based Role Playing Game, Big Eyes Small Mouth (BESM). What's more, Guardians of Order also announced that the game's core rules would be available for free.

The announcement stated that they have released a System Reference Document (SRD) for
its d20 System anime RPG, BESM d20, under Wizard's of the Coast's Open
Game License.

According to Guardians Of Order, this marks the first time that a third-party RPG publisher has released an SRD, essentially the games core rules, to the public for free. The SRD is available from Guardians Of Order's website and includes all open game content (OGC) contained in its print publications, BESM d20.

In addition to the BESM D20 core rules, available for free online, in a standard hardcover and a deluxe hardcover, "Cold Hands, Dark Hearts" a BESM suplement was also released this week.

Upcoming BESM suplements include:

BESM DUNGEON (BESM Supplement)
- August 2003.

D20 MECHA (d20 System/BESM d20 Supplement)
- August 2003.

BESM D20 CHARACTER FOLIO (BESM d20/d20 Mecha Supplement)
- August 2003.

BESM SLAYERS (BOOK 1) (BESM Supplement)
- August 2003.

CENTAURI KNIGHTS D20 (d20 Mecha/BESM d20 Supplement)
- September 2003.

FUSHIGI YUGI: ULTIMATE FAN GUIDE #2 (BESM Supplement)
- September 2003.

FROM THE FILES OF MATTHEWS GENTECH (SAS Supplement)
- September 2003.

BESM CLASSIC (Main Book/BESM Supplement)
- October 2003.

HELLSING: ULTIMATE FAN GUIDE #2 (BESM Supplement)
- October 2003.

BESM REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA: BOOK 1 (BESM Supplement)
- October 2003.

BESM D20 SYSTEM 2004 ANIME CALENDAR (BESM d20 Supplement)
- October 2003.

THE SLAYERS: D20 SYSTEM RPG HARDCOVER (Main Book)
- October 2003.

BESM SPACE OPERA (BESM Supplement)
- November 2003.

FUSHIGI YUGI: ULTIMATE FAN GUIDE #3 (BESM Supplement)
- November 2003.


The "d20 System" is an open gaming system developped by Wizards of the Coast for use with their Dungeons and Dragons 3rd edition. In addition to being used for D&D, Wizards of the Coast created the Open Gaming License, permitting other RPG publishers to use the d20 gaming system in their games.

More on d20 can be read at Wizard's of the Coast's website.

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