The Legend of Ezmerelda

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About the game...

this game was inspired by Nintendo's(tm) mid-80's console game the revolutionized RPG console gaming. Many hours were spent playing the original game, as well as several of the sequels. Players select a character to represent themselves in the world while traveling to different locations and increasing their abilities.

Game Description:
The Legend of Ezmerelda, is inspired by Nintendo's(tm) mid-80's console RPG game. It is an adventure roleplaying game, based in the late 1400s, in a fantastical version of France and central Europe, where one or more players develop a character over time, while exploring new locations, rescuing friends, finding lost artifacts, and completing quests. Locations and story-lines are enhanced by factual Romany culture and history.

Players will utilize a character sheet and one six-sided die to track various statistics about their chosen character and face tougher challenges as their level increases.

Quest cards allow parties to travel across the world to collect items to be used as weapons and armor, or returned to the city for a reward. While traveling around the world, Monster Checks occur at regular intervals. Parties must camp to refresh abilities and to train. Every 24 hours, the party must avoid capture from "misguided citizens that have turned to Bounty Hunting".

Levels increase in difficulty as monsters get tougher, and each character's stats continue to develop. There is no level-cap, but some stats will be locked after a certain level has been passed, so make your choices wisely.The Legend of Ezmerelda, card back

A. J.'s Notes...
The idea for this game has been lingering on my mind since I was about 11 or 12 years old. I did spend a fair portion of my youth playing video games, but I couldn't keep up with the Joneses. While many of my friends had the latest consoles or PC games to play, it was years before I graduated from my Atari 2600 to a Nintendo(tm) console. The particular game this has taken inspiration from, I spent hours playing. It was one of those games that I didn't want to turn the console off when I wasn't playing. You didn't know for sure if it would actually save your progress! It was not until I was much older that I had time to actually complete the game, but it was fun to play regardless.


Latest news: October 18th, 2020: Setup combat and equip buttons for all weapons and enemies. Plus added join buttons for all character and enemy cards.

October 14th, 2020: Added Gypsy Hunters that players must avoid while playing.

October 10th, 2020: The Tabletop Simulator version is almost complete. Some more details to add to enhance the storylines and streamline gameplay.

October 6th, 2020: Published the eighth, and final edition of the instruction booklet.

October 5th, 2020: Began setting up the components for the Table Top Simulator version on Steam.

October 2nd, 2020: Published the Character Sheets. Published the seventh edition of the instruction booklet.

October 1st, 2020: Published all of the maps, including 7 Detail maps and 1 World map. Published the sixth edition of the instruction booklet.

September 29th, 2020: Published the fifth edition of the instruction booklet.

September 27th, 2020: Published the fourth edition of the instruction booklet.

September 24th, 2020: Published the third edition of the instruction booklet.

September 22nd, 2020: Published the second edition of the instruction booklet.

September 21st, 2020: Published the first edition of the instruction booklet.

September 16th, 2020: Revealed the upcoming game the Legend of Ezmerelda on #ColoringTherapy's Facebook page.


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