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Tagmar is a roleplaying game launched in 1991 by GSA that claims to be the first such Brazilian offering on what was at the time a nascent market. The game was a typical early 1990s RPG but featured a series of innovations, the main one being that it was a self-contained package with everything necessary to play provided in a single book: rules, setting, magic, creatures and a pre-prepared adventure for beginners. At the time, RPG books were imported to Brazil and it was necessary to have several to play a game. Based on the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, Tagmar faced accusations that it was based on Dungeons & Dragons, especially from Dragão Brasil magazine, at the time edited by Marcelo Cassaro, while others claimed that it was very different. Due to a variety of factors including price, availability and innovation, such as the unprecedented concept of "Heroic Energy", in a short time Tagmar became a success and gathered a large fan base. During the 1990s, the "world" of Tagmar was enlarged through the publication of complementary books such as the "Creatures Book" and "The Empire".
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