Daily Archives: November 6, 2014


No time for love, Dr. Jones! Or is there?

Coming tomorrow from Legendary Games, a legendary twin bill of relationship-building goodness! Yesterday we previewed the core product of Ultimate Relationships, and today the first accessory module for the new system, Imperial Relationships, designed through extensive playtesting as a fantastic supplement to the Far East Adventure Path, or any other campaign where you are integrating the themes of East meets West on a grand journey!

Imperial Relationships takes the expanded relationship rules introduced in Ultimate Relationships from Legendary Games and brings them to glorious life for players of the official published Far East Adventure Path for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. In this product you will find detailed relationship links for each of the four primary NPCs that accompany the PCs on their long journey to the Eastern Kingdoms, one each for the Caravan Master, Destined Empress, Elven Protector, and Mystic Seer, complete with boons, affinity notes, gifts and interactions, and dynamically interactive relationship ranks for each character.

The Far East Adventure Path is a long journey. Much like the strong traditions of literature and television series about journeys, the physical journey is also a metaphor for the inner journey that each character takes along the way, progressing into someone different than they were at the beginning. With Imperial Relationships, your PCs can forge deep and lasting connections with the characters they meet along their journey together. With their lives and fates intertwined, your game will never be the same.

Imperial Relationships (cover)

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Another 5-star review for Legendary Games – MYTHIC DRAGONS!

Courtesy of the inimitable Endzeitgeist, we have the following kind words for Mythic Monsters: Dragons, available right here at our webstore!

Jason Nelson’s dragons have probably the hardest legacy to hit a creature type can have – I’m a vocal friend of the notion that dragons ought to be truly frightening, deadly and make the PCs shake their boots. Dragons should never be disposable…or bland. Thankfully, the true, massive dragons are just…glorious! They are beauties, with superb, unique abilities, massive, huge statblocks and just style and panache galore. While the drakes are also nice, they fall behind the full-blown dragon’s in style and coolness – and know what? For once, I’m very much okay with that. Why? Because, in my opinion, it’s intentional. It is obvious that Legendary Games mastermind Jason Nelson can make those glorious abilities – he literally plastered the true dragons with them. The thing is – drakes are supposed to be the smaller, less awe-inspiring brethren of the true dragons and while the new abilities reflect that, they still are iconic and cool – and as such, I consider the distinction well wrought. The new creature will see much use in different tables, though personally, I have to admit the fluff etc. feels more like a template than a creature to me.

 

Oh well, the scaly lord is eyeing me right now and I already have these colored flames dancing on me, so I better wrap this up before he incinerates me… These dragons are awesome. their builds are deadly and massive and while I would have loved one book on dragons, one on drakes, one on linnorms, one cannot always have everything, can one? Since I found at least one, often more components in each creature I really, really loved, I’ll settle on a final verdict of 5 stars + seal of approval, in spite of the missing bookmarks.

You can read his full review here at his website! Thanks to Endy and to everyone who takes the time to review our products, or any products from a 3rd party publisher. You help us reach other gamers and share the good news about cool products they may not have known about, and we are very grateful for your time and efforts!

Definitely not a disco inferno!

Definitely not a disco inferno!

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