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Since the early 1980s, Basic Roleplaying has dominated the Swedish RPG scene. For me and most other 80s and 90s teens here, it was the first system we ever learned. Dungeons & Dragons never stood a chance. To find out more about that Golden Age, I talk to Anders Blixt, the elder statesman of Swedish BRP, in a new interview. He authored many of the most beloved books of the early years, but also wrote for Traveller and, much later, Mutant: Year Zero. We also talk about his Swedish adaption of Call of Cthulhu - and discuss his first BRP game for many years, Expert Nova, now in English. Read the interview here: http://www.frostbytebooks.com/blog/interview-with-anders-blixt Clarence Redd
Mutant is a Swedish post-apocalypse RPG originally published in the early 1980s as a BRP game. It has thrived as a BRP game for many years, but recently a new version was released with a completely different set of rules. It's been very well received here in Sweden, and now it has been released in English. I warmly recommend it! There is an in-depth review at http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/16/16316.phtml