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Infernum - Book of the Damned
 
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Infernum - Book of the Damned
Publisher: Mongoose
by Jeremy H. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 05/26/2013 03:12:01
Haven't played it yet. But, have read up to 40 or so pages and so far I am very impressed. Good writing and art. Great concept. Well executed. I'm surprised I didn't hear about this one earlier.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
Infernum - Book of the Damned
Publisher: Mongoose
by Brandon D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/24/2007 19:42:33
I find this to be an interesting setting. I don't do much modern d20 (there are some elements of this) and usually stay away from games to closely based on history or popular mythology but I found the system interesting.

As a free download (at least that is how I got it), it is worth a good read through. I plan on getting a couple more of the books in the series to see how it all fits together.

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[3 of 5 Stars!]
Infernum - Book of the Damned
Publisher: Mongoose
by Yair R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/28/2005 12:56:01
This is a complete d20 System game set in an interesting setting based on classical Hell. The different demonic factions are interesting and inventive and provide ample hooks for both combat and political games, and the mutations and races allow for some effective and interesting characters.
The PCs are expected to play demons who need iliaster (soul-power) to live, fallen angels who can use iliaster, or mortals that can produce it; this creates a nice tension.
This should make for an interesting Evil campaign (while a Good campaign is possible, it's somewhat difficult), but would require some learning of the rules.
What mars it is that the rules are not written as professionally in D&D, and that ultimately it is limited in scope, and requires using specific mechanics with a learning cost. It is a good setting, but in my opinion not a brilliant one nor brilliantly rendered into d20 (despite some creative ideas).

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