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While Breminor was designed to be a "system-free" setting, it has been and still is being used for specific game systems, among these AD&D (2nd edition) and GURPS. Breminor is currently being geared toward compatibility with AD&D 3rd Edition (also known as the "d20 System"). These pages detail how to use Breminor as an AD&D 3E/d20 setting.
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Translations and Conversions:
The Breminor Gods in AD&D/d20 format.
A reference for using the AD&D Monster Manual
Page last updated on 21 March 2001.