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by John Robey,Brian Campbell,Phil Brucato

Free eBook Hidden Lore, 2nd Edition (Screen and Lore / Mage: The Ascension) download ISBN: 1565044029
Author: John Robey,Brian Campbell,Phil Brucato
Publisher: White Wolf; 2nd edition (1996)
Language: English
Pages: 72
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Gaming
Size MP3: 1421 mb
Size FLAC: 1218 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: azw lrf lrf lit


All the charts you need for your Mage chronicle can be found within this fold-out screen - combat tables, easy reference Sphere sheets, character creation steps and more.

All the charts you need for your Mage chronicle can be found within this fold-out screen - combat tables, easy reference Sphere sheets, character creation steps and more. Meanwhile, the enclosed booklet offers a variety of goodies for players and Storytellers alike. A complete Chantry set in Seattle, Washington

A complete Chantry set in Seattle, Washington.

A complete Chantry set in Seattle, Washington. A selection of spells for mysticks of all kinds, plus background details, famous mages, rules-options and more.

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Manufacturer: White Wolf Release date: 19 August 1996 ISBN-10 : 1565044029 ISBN-13: 9781565044029. Please select Production or behind the scenes photos Concept artwork Cover CD/DVD/Media scans Screen capture/Screenshot. Please read image rules before posting.

A great reference book for Mage: the Ascension

A complete Chantry set in Seattle, Washington. A selection of spells for mysticks of all kinds, plus background details, famous mages, rules options and more. A great reference book for Mage: the Ascension. Jan 25, 2016 Max rated it liked it. Shelves: fantasy, roleplaying, urban-fantasy.

by John Robey, Phil Brucato, Brian Campbell, Allen Varney. ISBN 9781565044029 (978-1-56504-402-9) Softcover, White Wolf, 1996. Mage: Ascension (2004). by Stephen Dibesa, Brian Campbell, Conrad Hubbard, Sam Inabinet.

Allen Varney, John R. Robey, Brian Campbell, Phil Brucato, Wayne Peacock, Kevin A. Murphy, Phil Brucato, Deena McKinney. Developed by: Phil Brucato. Vice President in Charge of Production: Richard Thomas. Art Directors: Lawrence Snelly, Aileen E. Miles. Layout & Typesetting: Aileen E. Art: John Cobb, Daryll Elliott, Scott Johnson, Dan Smith, Andrew Trabbold, Lawrence Allen Williams.

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White Wolf Product Number. A Storyteller's work is never done. A few helpful charts, secrets and reference sheets, however, can make his (or her) life a whole lot easier. All the charts you need for your Mage chronicle can be found within this fold-out screen- combat tables, easy refrence Sphere sheets, character creation steps and more.

A Storyteller's work is never done. A few helpful charts, secrets and reference sheets, however, can make his (or her) life a whole lot easier.All the charts you need for your Mage chronicle can be found within this fold-out screen - combat tables, easy reference Sphere sheets, character creation steps and more. Meanwhile, the enclosed booklet offers a variety of goodies for players and Storytellers alike.Hidden Lore: The Second Edition Book and Screen contains a host of helpful hints and useful magicks, including:Easy-access charts and tables, and full-page Sphere descriptions.A complete Chantry set in Seattle, Washington.A selection of spells for mysticks of all kinds, plus background details, famous mages, rules-options and more.
User reviews
Wild Python
Its spare "information" (it even says that in the beginning: "its an overflow book") and I imagine that the screen was the selling point and the book is secondary which would be fine if I had received the screen so lets just review the book. I liked that it was going to add information on important mages in the game (Jodie Blake, Sam Haine, Marianna, etc.) and figured there would be stats and useful information, maybe pictures. For the most part though its a few lines recycled from previous books (more like developer notes- if you are going to use the characters in your games, you'll just have to guess at what they can and can't do). The handouts weren't a bad idea (a page on each of the spheres that you can pull out and use for easy reference) but that's one of the few positive points to add about the product. It has sample rotes but I never really got the obsession with them- you can make up effects "on the fly" which is more fun and creative. If you can detect how healthy or strong a person is, why bother memorizing a rote that only detects if they have a sickness- you already have that ability. other than that I can't comment about the screen because when I ordered the screen and lore, it was missing the screen. Overall, if you've read every other mage book there might be a couple ideas in here that you'll find useful but unless you're buying it strictly for the screen, you'll probably be disappointed.
Alsalar
Ugh. What a turkey. There's nothing worth having here: The rotes are uninteresting and uninspiring, the information on Mage-ly Seattle is silly and unbalanced and that leaves the information on the "signature characters" used in the examples in the rule books. Surely there's a better way to spend your money.