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The Imperial Age: Fantastical Races $9.95 $7.46
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The Imperial Age: Fantastical Races
Publisher: Adamant Entertainment
by Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 04/10/2012 12:36:33
D&D style races in your Imperial Age game.

This book is a nice companion to Faeries in terms of expanding the fantastical elements of your game. Also with a little bit of work they could also expand it more into horror.

In addition to the expected Dwarf, Elf and halfling, we also get Beastfolk (similar to the ones found in Victoriana and Gaslight), Celestial Blooded, Demon Blooded, Dragon Blooded, and Lizard Folk.

There are plenty of Paragon Classes for each race as well as feats.

Some campaign ideas are presented, but I feel some of them are getting farther and farther away from the Victorian norm.

Though it is a very fun book and has some great ideas.

All the Imperial Age books are all well written and features art from the age, either public domain art and paintings as well as some original art. In all cases the art is very evocative of the time and very well done.

The books are all easy to read, with clean layout and font sizes. They can be printed with ease without killing your printer cartridge.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
The Imperial Age: Fantastical Races
Publisher: Adamant Entertainment
by Curt M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 03/03/2009 14:36:20
There's not a lot of "new" material here. It's essentially, as advertised, "Urban Arcana" in the 1890s; that being said, I'm a big fan of the Imperial Age line because the pdfs have a sort of charming appeal to them.

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