Sailor Moon Guardians of Order Role Playing Books

From Wikipedia:
“Guardians of Order was a Canadian company founded in 1996 by Mark C. MacKinnon in Guelph, Ontario. The company’s business output consisted of role-playing games (RPGs). In 2006 Guardians of Order ceased operations due to overwhelming debt.”

Created in the same vein as the popular series Dungeons and Dragons, Guardians of Order created table top RPG books for the North American dub version of Sailor Moon in the late 1990s. The Sailor Moon Role-Playing Game and Resource Book became one of their top sellers, inspiring a separate volume for villains, and three smaller supplementary books for Knight, Dark Warrior, and Sailor Senshi characters.

Since Guardians of Order is now out of business, we are sharing a complete set of all the RPG books they ever released for the Sailor Moon franchise. Although these books were created for the benefit of North American dub fans, they are extremely detailed, and definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of any kind of table top RPG gaming. Guardians of Order was extremely skilled at creating detailed, complex RPG worlds, and their Sailor Moon series is no exception.

Sincere thanks to staff user Anna for sharing her collection of these hard-to-find books!

Sailor Moon Role-Playing Game and Resource Book by Guardians of Order
Sailor Moon Role-Playing Game and Resource Book
Knight Character Diary (Guardians of Order)
The Complete Book of Yoma, Volume 1
Sailor Scout Character Diary (Guardians of Order)
Sailor Scout Character Diary
Knight Character Diary (Guardians of Order)
Knight Character Diary
Dark Warrior Character Diary (Guardians of Order)
Dark Warrior Character Diary

6 Responses to “Sailor Moon Guardians of Order Role Playing Books”

  1. Rawrsdower

    Thank you so much for these! Would love to have my own collection but a couple of these go for like $80 a pop!

  2. Soloxent

    Thank you!

    I’m planning to translate these books into Polish so having them all in one place like that is very helpfull

  3. IDC

    just an FYI – a company going out of business does not make the copyright expired. The copyright either belongs to the author of the books or the companies bought out the Guardians of the order books.


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