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PALLADIUM MALCONTENTS UNITE!

Not because we hate the system - Because we want to improve it!


Many fans of the system, especially die-hard players and GMs with years of experience, have proposed rules adaptations, revisions, and subsets through a genuine effort to make it better. Most  would agree that there are limitations built in to the system designed to balance one desirable aspect versus another, but many fans would also agree that there are serious flaws serving little purpose at all.

This webring can serve as an index for websites hosting original derivative work aimed towards improving the gameplay, realism, megaversality, flexibility, and/or any other aspect of the Palladium Books® Role Playing System.

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You need to be a member of Webring (which is free and relatively easy) and insert the Navigation Code (generated by Webring once your site has been added) onto your site. All members should do their best to adhere to the Palladium Books® Internet Policy, so as to save my little rebellion from being squashed before it's had a chance....

The Daring Man- Because I don't have a better image right now....

 

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