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Our epic campaign setting – Age of Legends – is now available on DriveThruRPG and we already have some great reviews in.

From Brian

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!

Great book and setting. It’s filled with a mix of historical material for the period and setting along with the mythic (Olympian gods, Titans, creatures). The magic is setting-appropriate, so you won’t find magic missiles and fireballs, but you will find material on ancient Greek curses, wards and herbology. The artwork is all in the style of ancient Greek. There’s 6d6 material on new period-appropriate Archetypes and Paths, along with a number of new Antogonists pulled from myth (and Agent and Monster Paths).

I’ve run it some, and it’s had a great feel in play. The mix of mundane with the epic – especially for newly invested PC Agents – was a lot of fun.

In disclosure, I did back the Kickstarter that produced AoL, and would happily do so again. 6d6 is a great ruleset, and Age of Legends is a great add to the collection.

From Jye

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!

This book is a fantastic resource, split evenly between rich lore and background information and detailed game content. The first half of the book is dedicated to lore, pulling from Greek mythology with a focus on depth over breadth. The setting is fleshed out in detail, with sections for mortals and immortals alike. The core gods and titans one would expect in this setting are represented in full, along with a number of smaller influences. The second half of the book is split again, half for player characters with a considerable number of options, including both flavor and crunch, and half for the Game Master, with more than enough options to provide detailed and varied challenges for the party.

While Greek mythology isn’t something I have had a lot of experience with incorporating into my games, I look forward to encouraging my core group of players to create some crazy and interesting characters in this setting!

Age of Legends – available in PDF and Print editions.

Source: https://6d6rpg.com/2017/08/31/great-reviews-age-legends/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=great-reviews-age-legends

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2 thoughts on “Great Reviews for Age of Legends

  1. I'm looking for more TTRPGS where you play as mice. I already own Mausritter, Mouse Guard, and Things That Go Squeak In The Night. What others are there out there? TIA

  2. Hi, everyone! I've been a lurker here for a long time, though I've never posted so I'll cut to the chase.

    As my college classes are starting this autumn, me and a group of ten classmates decided to run a short Dungeons & Dragons 5e one-shot. This wouldn't normally pose an issue as I'm a pretty experienced dungeon master. However, one of my players is totally blind, and having never run a game with someone who can't use character sheets and battlemaps the way that a non-blind person can, I'm a little intimidated.

    Does anyone here have experience with this sort of predicament? I'm really excited to run this game, and I've already found a seller for braille dice, but I'm not sure the easiest way to approach the rest of the game.

    Thank you all. I'm looking forward to your responses!

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