Earlier this week we previewed mythic monsters from realms beyond this world, from the foundational Inner Planes that undergird material reality. This time around, however, we bring you a new menagerie of mythic monsters from dimensions where primitive concepts such as reality, logic, and sanity have no place. Matter is mutable and physics flexible when you enter the realms of the Mythic Monsters: Mythos! A dozen and one alien horrors from beyond the stars await within these pages to bring such pain to your PCs as they never knew existed, unleashing horror and madness wherever they roam. Brought to you by the terrific (and terrorizing) team of Tom Phillips, Jim Groves, Jonathan Keith, and Jason Nelson, Mythic Monsters: Mythos opens up brand-new realms of monstrous mayhem for you. Table of contents coming your way next time! For now, check out Chris McFann’s delightful artwork.
With all this talk about the upcoming Road to War, let’s take a look back at Jim Groves’ prior venture with Legendary Games, the sprawling epic Road to Destiny, which just garnered another 5-star review from ktfish7, who praises the adventure’s utility both as a supplement to the AP and also as a terrific standalone adventure. He says:
Road to Destiny from Legendary Games is yet another product from this company that in a very short amount of time have accomplished carving a spot at the table when it comes to 3PPs of Pathfinder material. With their visual themes and feel, the quality of their layouts and artwork, the names on those credits pages have a handful of familiar faces. But none of that matters in the end, not truly. Eye candy is just that if the meat at the center of it is not worth it, and that it where Legendary Games excels.
You can read the entire review here! Thanks for the review, and thanks to everyone who takes the time to review our products. They are a great benefit for every 3PP, and we at Legendary Games work hard to exceed your expectations every time out. If you liked Road to Destiny, be sure to check out Road to War, and if you love the new Road to War, by all means go back and give Road to Destiny a look; you won’t be disappointed!