Daily Archives: July 29, 2014

SUMMER PREVIEWS #21: Ultimate something…

In amongst all the products we’ve announced previously, and we’ve got a larger product coming on line that I’ll be previewing tomorrow, but we also have a number of things coming that we haven’t yet revealed. At least, not yet…


Today’s preview hearkens back to a product line that we haven’t produced a new product for in quite a while, but one we’ve been eager to put out some more products. Jon Keith and I have been working on a new product we hope will be ready in time for GenCon, and I thought you might enjoy a bit of “work in progress” from new artist Dio Mahesa. What’s this product going to be all about? I’m not going to spell it out for you. All I’ll say right now is that this guy looks like he’s going into combat.

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Another 5-star review for Legendary Games – Feats of Seafaring!

Most of our Mythic Minis series deliver you exactly what they promise – a little over 1000 words on a focused subject, one page of fun mythic stuff to add into your game. They are products that are solid, useful, well-designed; a good buy for just a buck. The topics our Mythic Miniscover run the gamut, so what appeals to one buyer won’t always appeal to everyone, but they often rise up from the solid to the spectacular. Check out the glowing review from Endzeitgeist for Mythic Minis 17: Feats of Seafaring!

See, this mythic mini is what I’m talking about -feats that are bland and subpar in their regular, non-mythic version get better and worthwhile. The new feats are glorious and actually vastly increase roleplaying potential while breathing the spirit of mythic gaming, offering both rules and simply new hinges on which to base storylines and scenes. This one’s just awesome and well worth 5 stars + seal of approval – if your mythic campaign goes anywhere near pirates and similar themes GET THIS!

You can read his full review here!

makeyourgamelegendary.com - Feats of Seafaring (cover)