Author:Gunilla Jonsson & Michael Petersen

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Kult - Au-delĂ  du Voile

By: Gunilla Jonsson & Michael Petersen

Price: $34.99

Publisher: 7eme cercle / Paradox Entertainment: 2001

Wayne's Books ID: GMHB02pxeKFR

ISBN: 2914892063

Condition: Very Good


Crisp, glossy cover. Pencil sketch by illustrator Peter Bergting inside front cover, very striking. Little wear. Nice. ~ Kult - French language edition. "La Mort n'est que le Commencement". ~ 191 pages View more info

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KULT: The Roleplaying Game (Second - 2nd Edition) - PLAY COPY

By: Gunilla Jonsson & Michael Petersen

Price: $33.99

Publisher: Target Games: 1997

Edition: TG 5013

Wayne's Books ID: GMPB04tg5013

Condition: Fair


Fair+/Good- condition. Corner rounding. Cover neatly reinforced with tape. Moderate use wear. No writing. A great Play copy. ~ Kult is a contemporary fiction universe set in the world of large, dark, industrial cities. A complete role-playing system written in four detailed sections, this Second Edition features a more streamlined system and book for quicker and more enjoyable play. ~ 256 pages View more info

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Taroticum: Where London Meets Inferno (Adventures for Kult)

By: Gunilla Jonsson & Michael Petersen

Price: $34.99

Publisher: Metropolis Ltd.: 1994

Edition: METR 5004

Wayne's Books ID: GMPB93met5004

ISBN: 1883716047

Condition: Good+


Good+/VG- condition. Glossy cover, little wear. ~ 128 pages View more info

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Kult: Death is Only the Beginning - PLAY COPY

By: Gunilla Jonsson & Michael Petersen

Price: $36.99

Publisher: Metropolis Ltd.: 1993

Edition: METR 5000

Wayne's Books ID: GMPB94met5000

ISBN: 1883716004

Condition: Fair


Glossy cover, little wear. Small liquid spot on edgepaper. A great Play copy. ~ A contemporary horror role-playing game which explores the dark side of the human soul. Reality is not what we think. Around us the world is dark and dangerous and nothing is what it seems to be. Our reality is an illusion, created to keep us captive. We are imprisoned since ages past by a dictatorial creator. The true world, invisible to us, is ruled by creatures who dominate behind the false facades, our prison wardens and torturers. The characters in 'Kult' are dark heroes, governed by Destiny. When the illusion... View more info