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Origin of the Species: Light of Olympus

Origin of the Species: Light of Olympus


A new light is dawning!

Origins of the Species is your destination for non-human races in the Spycraft 2.0 RPG. Each installment in this series of toolkit products contains everything you need to incorporate a collection of fantasy or futuristic, mutant or mythological races into your Spycraft games. These character options are timeless and setting-free, allowing you to drop them into any location, society, or backdrop. All that’s required is GC approval that they fit within the cosmology of the world!

• Play as a mythical Centaur, Faun, Gorgon, or Triton!
• Dozens of Species feats allow you to play as distinct sub-races or master the gifts of your people – without having to suffer level penalties or XP restrictions.
• “Legendary” Master Classes allow you to unlock the greatest powers of your race!
• A complete cast of NPCs let you populate your setting quickly and easily.
• New Character Seeds help you get off to a great start!

Light of Olympus is the first product in Crafty Games’ Origin of the Species line of products for Spycraft 2.0. This .zip file includes both a full-color screen version with art, and a printer-friendly version.

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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
February 25th, 2015
The base concept of the Origin of the Species series is to enable the use of species other than human in your Spycraft 2.0 game. It doesn't matter why you want them there or how you intend to use them, you'll get all the information you need to create [...]
January 22nd, 2009
This is a very good new approach to d20 fantasy races and so far it is the best i have ever seen. if you play D&D you will find that all races in the pdf are familiar to you but described more in their original context of ancient greek culture. playable [...]
July 20th, 2007
Spycraft really *is* the HALO of the D20 system--the killer app that makes it truly great. Its "toolkit" approach to the system gives it a wide range, allowing it to encompass any genre, and while it began its life as a modern/espionage product, the Spycr [...]
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January 30, 2008
This title was added to our catalog on May 08, 2007.