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Even More Legendary Locales

Beyond the peasant's reckoning — beyond the mundane world entirely — lie mythic regions that only the learned, the innocent, or the blessed may perceive. These domains are the province of potent beings, and if properly approached, such creatures can grant great and powerful gifts. But to win these boons requires Mythic Europe's supplicants to risk all, for once these spheres are entered, the path of return to the mundane world can become obscured, and the traveller lost for all time.

This sourcebook for Ars Magica follows in the vein of Mythic Places, presenting five new magical locales, including:

  • The Crossroads, a divine place where two thoroughfares meet and an ageless hermit delights in assisting those who've lost their way. 
  • The Brook-Troll, a faerie mountainside inhabited by a troll who collects tresspassers.
  • Variña's Tomb, the magical tomb of an imagonem magus.
  • Flavius's Folly, an infernal region created when an insane magus of old botched a powerful ritual and trapped a host of disease-spirits.
  • The Golden Plough, a faerie tavern frequented simultaneously by the mundane and the fay.

These magical locales of More Mythic Places are unique because they are regiones, areas where the four realms of supernatural power — faerie, magic, divine, and infernal — connect to the earthly sphere. Each regio comprises overlapping mystical levels of magnitude and consequence, the weakest connecting to the physical world and the more powerful stretching ever-further from the mundane. Even as each level is different, they mystically share the same space.

Because of their nature and the wonders they contain, each mythic location can easily serve as a recurring setting, a focus of many different stories, taking varied roles from their manifold natures. Whether used to anchor a scenario, populate a covenant's environs, or define a player magus's personal vis source, More Mythic Places is an excellent sourcebook for any Ars Magica storyguide.

Designed for use with Ars Magica Third Edition.

 
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