Daily Archives: November 26, 2013

MYTHanksgiving Black Friday sale!


Happy Thanksgiving! To allow for maximum time with your family and friends we are running our “Black Friday” sale from now through Monday so there is no need for you to stress the day after Thanksgiving. Enjoy your turkey and your day off!


All Mythic books now 33% off until Monday. Plus get Mythic Books in print!


Use Coupon Code BlackFriday2013 during checkout.


Another 5-star review for Legendary Games: MYTHIC MAGIC: CORE SPELLS

While we’re on the subject of glowing reviews from the legendary Endzeitgeist, I would be remiss if I didn’t share his latest commentary on the products from our Legendary crew. In this case, he brings you the definitive commentary on Mythic Magic: Core Spells. He says:


This is beyond ambitious. Within record time of the release of Mythic Adventures, Legendary Games has released this massive book of CRUNCH. Of in your face, no-frills, full-blown crunch. As a reviewer, books like this are WORK – crunching numbers, looking for discrepancies. With that and my designing-experience, I can attest that this book must have been a chore at times to create and it speaks of the diligence of designers Jason Nelson and Jonathan Keith that they managed to get this out as fast as they did and in the quality.


Now let’s get one thing out of the way: Yes, this is not a particularly cheap pdf – in fact, it is rather expensive. But what it covers also makes this not just AN expansion for mythic spellcasting, but rather THE expansion: With diversified augments, the mythic spells herein are actually much more eclectic in the options they allow than basic, non-mythic spells, hence making casting these spells much more enjoyable. Beyond that, this pdf covers so many spells and does this in a way that makes this supplement look like a chapter that has been cut from Mythic Adventures – the massive array of mythic spells herein should not be considered optional for a mythic campaign, but rather as a required collection. Is it perfect? No, but it succeeds with bravura at its given task and while it may not be a cheap offering, if you’re playing a campaign using mythic rules…then your group needs this pdf. And yes, the price-point hurts, as do the scarce few gripes I could muster – but still: My final verdict will clock in at 5 stars – How else rate a supplement for a mythic campaign that is NOT optional and may be considered a required expansion-chapter of Paizo’s hardcover? If you run a mythic campaign, then this should be considered a required purchase.


Check out Endzeitgeist’s full review on his personal review site here, or check it out on the product pages for Mythic Magic: Core Spells on shop.20pfsrd, Paizo.com, and DrivethruRPG. As always, we appreciate everyone who takes the time to write up a review for our products. Your comments help spread the word about our products and help push forward 3rd party products. Thank you all very much!

One more spell coming to the party...

One more spell coming to the party…



Another 5-star review for Legendary Games: ULTIMATE BATTLE

As I started writing up the previews for the forthcoming Ultimate War, I realized I had not yet posted up a link to Endzeitgeist’s amazing review for its sister product, Ultimate Battle. He writes:


Jason Nelson, as one of the masterminds behind Ultimate Campaign’s rules and head-honcho of Legendary Games dives head-first into a supplement that had me skeptical at best on first sight: The page-count is simply not that impressive. Add to that the fact that the rules in Ultimate Campaign, by virtue of the limited space available and the variety of topics covered fell short of their potential and we have a supplement that had anything but an easy standing with me. I’ve long been into mass combat, coming to pen and paper roleplaying via the route of Warhammer, but so far, neither Adamant Entertainment’s mass combat rules, nor 3.X’s Cry Havoc did it for me and Ultimate Campaign, while better, also fell short of my expectations in that regard.


Until now. This pdf is PLATINUM. Not gold, platinum. It irons out many of the issues of the basic system. It provides superior synergy with both standard rules and Ultimate Rulership. It expands the tactical options exponentially. It covers all the topics, from marches to commanders to special qualities and manages to end the rather trite attrition-rolling of mass combat melee in favor of a much more rewarding and tactical solution. This, ladies and gentlemen, is not only required. Anyone using mass combat without this book should really contemplate to stop now and shell out the bucks. I have almost never in my career as a reviewer witnessed a pdf so densely-packed with crucial coolness – concisely-written, Jason Nelson delivers mass combat as it ought to be: Abstract, but challenging and strategic – with this supplement, true strategic showdowns, complex military operations and desperate gambits all become possible. This pdf allows you to create brilliant battles of wits between enemy commanders and the PCs on a level that was, with the basic system, unthinkable. What we have here is a candidate for my Top Ten of 2013, a required purchase and a book that should be part of any PFRPG-DM’s library if s/he is only remotely interested in either Kingmaker or any other form of mass combat – final verdict? Unsurprising 5 stars + seal of approval, given without even the remotest hesitation. Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war!


You can read Endy’s full review here on his own review site, as well as on the product pages for Ultimate Battle at shop.d20pfsrd, Paizo.com, and DrivethruRPG! Thanks always to Endy for his detailed and thorough reviews, and to everyone who takes the time to write a review for our products. Your words are of great help to us in spreading the good news about Legendary Games, and we appreciate every one of you!

Ultimate Battle cover