Daily Archives: April 4, 2016

MYTHIC MONDAY is about to look more monstrous? Intriguing!

Today we are pleased to release the latest Mythic Mini devoted to the powers of the occult: Mythic Minis 84: Kineticist and Occultist Feats! You can pick up a dozen delightful mythic feats for your practitioners of psychic sorcery for just a dollar at the Legendary Games webstore, Open Gaming Store, Paizoand DrivethruRPG

84 Cover

We have two more installments to go in our Mythic Minis devoted to the occult rules, and once that series is finished we’ll be diving right into the deep end of intrigue, secrets, and social graces with mythic feats from the brand-new Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Ultimate Intrigue! We have even more intriguing material coming as well, including Imperial Intrigue by Jesse Benner and Jason Nelson, bringing you a broad array of Asian-influenced intrigue archetypes and more to expand your campaign.

But we did mention monsters too, didn’t we? We are delighted to announce the next installment in our legendary Mythic Monsters series, which if all goes well may be available this Friday, and by next week at the latest. BEHOLD!

Robots cover (small)

Brought to you by the illustrious Alex Riggs, Russ Taylor, and Jason Nelson, these mythic mechanical marvels and menaces are a great addition to any campaign delving into realms of super-science and savage sorcery, or with a dash of sci-fi mixed with fantasy.

Those robots aren’t coming alone, though! Following not far behind we are proud to present:

  • Mythic Monsters: Greek by Jim Groves, Jonathan Keith, and Jason Nelson, with a collection of creatures from classical mythology, from harpies to gorgons, beautiful nymphs and hideous cyclopes, and even the legendary Scylla and Charybdis!
  • Mythic Monsters: Slavic by Victoria Jaczko, featuring an array of adversaries from Eastern Europe, from domovoi and vukodlaks to rusalkas and the three-headed gorynych!

Beyond that, who can say? China? Japan? North America? India? Africa? Which ones are you most excited to see?