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The three girls stood together in the center of the darkened hall, their robes blowing about them in the rising wind. The time had come for them, as avatars of the Three Goddesses, to face the demonic storm which threatened Tokyo - and, if not halted, the entire earth. "Ready," said Deirdre. As was appropriate to the avatar of Kali, dark goddess of birth and murder, she was garbed in thin black silks, with a belt of skulls around her waist. Her long hair spun in wild patterns, framing her pale face in a veil of dark crimson. One upraised hand held a set of ofuda charms, each one a spell waiting to be cast. "Concentrate," warned Leonie. Her rainbow robes swirled in a mass of whirling colors, confusing the eyes of any watcher. Half-formed creatures of mist lurked around her feet and rose above her head. "Under the guidance of Maya, Goddess of Illusion, let the enemy be confounded!" "Wai wai!" cheered Rebecca, bouncing up and down. Her sparkly pink and green robes glowed in the torchlight. "Go gettem! Yatta!" Dragonflies and butterflies wheeled around her in dizzying pinwheels, and flowers sprang around her feet as she drew on the power of Eos, the Goddess of the Dawn. The darkness pooled and puddled in the corners of the hall, and a figure rose to take shape, mantled in furs and velvets blacker than any of Deirdre's shadows. A great panther rubbed against his legs, baring teeth in a vicious hiss. The man's predatory eyes fixed on the three teenagers, and he smiled, a tiny movement of sensuous lips. "At last," he whispered. "I, Barucco, shall be reborn upon this earth . . ."

-- Triple Goddess Jeopardy, episode 15


Hearts, Swords, and Flowers is the definitive sourcebook for Shoujo gaming in the Big Eyes, Small Mouth universe. Chock full of useful advice, analysis, and examples of incorperating popular shoujo concepts into any campaign!
 
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Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
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January 26th, 2009
Hearts, Swords, and Flowers covers how to introduce a shoujo style into your BESM Tri-Stat game. A "shoujo style" here is understood to mean a game that focuses on emotional interaction between characters to advance the game. While it doesn't necessarily [...]
Mark G. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 10th, 2005
?Hearts, Swords and Flowers? is a 96 page Genre supplement for designed for the Big Eyes Small Mouth system of anime roleplaying. It was designed to be a resource for a roleplayer instead of a manga expert which works well for me because although I have [...]
Chris C. [Featured Reviewer]
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October 3rd, 2005
Hearts Swords Flowers seems to be more of a primer for running an anime-style game, and a specific style of anime at that, than a general gaming product. "Shoujo" is a genre of manga aimed at young girls, with "a strong focus on character [...]
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Pages
96
Edition
1.0
ISBN
1894938488
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ELM-004
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