Legendary Games continues to amass the five-star reviews with every new product we release. Check out Eric Hinkle’s review of To Serve a Prince Undying, which he describes thusly:
This grimoire is a bit odd even by the highly inventive standards of the series, being basically a ‘how-to’ for would-be tyrants and people who want to create their very own secret police… It’s a great PDF, with no errors or typos that I saw, and the book is delightfully nasty. Really, this would be a great book for someone playing a Way of the Wicked campaign. It does list information from a number of sources but the PDF proper has links embedded to all of the non-core rulebook information, which is vastly appreciated.
Or check out Thilo/Endzeitgeist’s review for On the Inverse Calculus of Unseen Refraction, which he calls:
Legendary Games continue their trend of high-class, premium-content, stellar supplements and continue to provide brilliant grimoires as per their innovative concept as originally outlined in their “Tomes of Ancient Knowledge” and “Meditations of the Imperial Mystics”-pdfs. After bards got their due in “Necrotic Verses”, alchemists now get a supplement that ranks, even if you just mine the content sans the grimoire (but why would you?) among the best supplements ever released for the alchemist, dripping flair, style and tactical options. Before I’m starting to sound like a broken record of heaping praises and superlatives, I’ll conclude this review with the words that this grimoire is worth every cent of the very fair asking-price and thus clocks in at 5 stars + seal of approval.
Our thanks to everyone that takes the time to review our products. We hope we continue to not only meet but exceed your expectations every time out.