This article is about the Angel book. For the Buffy the Vampire Slayer book, see Director's Screen (Buffy).

Director's Screen is the second book of the Angel Roleplaying Game series. It was originally published on September 3, 2003 by Eden Studios.


Doyle: If you need help, then look no further. Angel Investigations is the best. Our rats are low—

—1.9 "Hero"

Ah, scratch that. No rats here… honest. But Doyle does have one thing right - whether your series stars our favorite supernatural investigators or some newly created heroes, there's lots of help here.

Players look to your directors for scintillating storylines, captivating characters, fancy fisticuffs, and rules leadership. In the face of all that, we got your back. So, while your crew is out and about helping the helpless and stopping the latest apocalypse, right here you'll find lots of aiding and abetting.

An oh-so-useful addition to your Angel Roleplaying Game sessions, the Angel Director's Screen includes:

  • A full-color, four-panel screen covered with Angel images and designs to wow the players.
  • Easily referenced game play charts and tables, freeing directors to focus on the machinations and mayhem, not the mechanics.
  • Blood Brothers, Part Two, the conclusion of the two-part episode begun in the Angel Corebook, involving a familiar and supremely dangerous foe.
  • Character creation charts and aids for bringing new heroes to life.[1]



  1. "Angel RPG Director's Screen". Eden Studios, Inc. Retrieved December 18, 2018.
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