To give a bit of a dissenting voice, I’ve encountered the split rulebook only in Eldritch Horror previously (and now in Rebellion), but I quite like it. The “Learn to Play” booklet suits my style of learning a game. And in EH I’ve had zero problems looking things up. Everything is neatly organized and where I would expect to find it. We’ll see how the Rebellion version holds up.
In contrast the Age of Conan rulebook is pure horror to me (I have the German version, which is differently organized than the English one). It splits the rules into an overview of the game flow, combat and “other” rules, scoring, and finally each type of action in detail. I can NEVER find anything in there, as it also lacks an index.
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