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The Valley of the Pharaohs
Role Playing Adventure in Ancient Egypt
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Cover of The Valley of the Pharaohs boxed game set, art design by Kevin Siembieda
DesignersMatthew Balent
IllustratorsKevin Siembieda,
Mary Walsh
PublishersPalladium Books
PublicationSeptember 1983 (1983-09)
Years active1983–1985
GenresHistorical fantasy
LanguagesEnglish

The Valley of the Pharaohs is a role-playing game written by Matthew Balent and published by Palladium Books in September 1983. Released several years before Palladium established the Megaversal system, uniting all of its game lines under a single ruleset, the mechanics of Valley of the Pharaohs differ in many respects from the one currently used in Palladium role-playing games. It has been out of print for more than 30 years.

Contents

The boxed game set featured:

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