The latest in our Gothic Grimoires series, To Serve a Prince Undying, has been winning the hearts of fans and critics alike. The latest to chime in with a ringing endorsement is the illustrious Endzeitgeist.
This grimore is an interesting tractate that ideologically serves as a justification for adhering strictly to an amoral chain of command under an immortal god-king. As such, it has the potential of inciting a psychosis that makes you Lawful evil, and as a grand innovation, offers us also an expertly-written excerpt from the pages of the tome.
Mechanically, he praises the integration of a wide variety of options for antipaladins, cavaliers, inquisitors, ninjas, and rogues, ranging from judgments to vows, from mind-control drugs to mystical powers of ki and spells, all forming “a grand web of complex and cool mechanics.”
The Gothic Grimoire-series kicks onward with yet another all killer, no filler offering, doing extremely smart things with the rules – the way judgments and ki-points are linked and modified, how the new abilities modify what’s there is smart, cool and awesome in every way conceivable.
You can read his full review on his website.