Shadow World Master Atlas

Shadow World Master Atlas

Terry K. Amthor / Jan 28, 2020

Shadow World Master Atlas The Third Edition Shadow World Master Atlas This completely revised atlas includes Expanded Plants Beasts Demons sectionsGreatly enlarged Races Section pages detailing the inhabitants of the weste

  • Title: Shadow World Master Atlas
  • Author: Terry K. Amthor
  • ISBN: 9781883716219
  • Page: 450
  • Format: None
  • The Third Edition Shadow World Master Atlas This completely revised atlas includes Expanded Plants, Beasts, Demons sectionsGreatly enlarged Races Section30 pages detailing the inhabitants of the western hemisphere, continent by continent with keyed locations, including the poles and new information about the EastVocabulary for Iruaric, Loari, Kugor and ErlinThe Third Edition Shadow World Master Atlas This completely revised atlas includes Expanded Plants, Beasts, Demons sections Greatly enlarged Races Section 30 pages detailing the inhabitants of the western hemisphere, continent by continent with keyed locations, including the poles and new information about the East Vocabulary for Iruaric, Loari, Kugor and Erlin Descriptions of Good Evil gods Profiles of important Loremasters and Navigators Newly updated timeline Massive Index New rendered illustrations Color western hemisphere map bound in

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    1. Advertised as ne of the best, most detailed fantasy-worlds ever created, Shadow World largely lives up that boast. As a GM, I loved reading this and loved incorperating it into my campaigns, but I found that, as a setting, Shadow World was too detailed, too well-fleshed out to work in an actual game. There were so many cultures, so much history that players felt overwhelmed - one of the biggest challenges with gaming in a pre-made world is that players (unlike their characters), don't actually k [...]


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