Scan quality: very good.
172 Pages, 170 are the content.
Like my own system, and quite a few other RPGs I've played over the past 30+ years, Spelldancer is a percentage system (which gives a wide range in skill talent, etc).
Prime attributes: Strength, Size, Agility, Perception, Luck, Willpower.
Spelldancer has some interesting species, quite a number of anthropomorphic types (Aardvark, feline, canine, boar/hog, rat, horse, goat, lizard).
The Corporeal Spirits heading lists various types (Elf, Dwarf, Dryad, etc; but the one that caught my eye was the 'Boogie Man' (Goblin Zombie) - that made me giggle. The spirit takes over the Goblin husk. Worth reading that one (p119).
Humans: 8 phenotypes present on Elizium.
There is 2 pages of equipment with the weight of each item, but no cost? Am I missing something?
Currency: each kingdom/area of Elizium has it's own brass/copper, silver, gold coinage. In some parts, it's illegal to own coins from another part of Elizium.
Also covers various diseases and illnesses. Curses are also included.
Artwork: from various artists. Some very nice, others, OK.
After creating your character; you need to go to p155 to see how much money your character gets.
There's also a list of recent events on Elizium.
You get a full, interesting RPG for less than £5 (you can't fault that).
In comparison to Spelldancer; I purchased a well known RPG system last year (more than twice the cost of Spelldancer), that was a 'bare frame, with little covering, tiny bestiary', and nowhere near as 'full and detailed'.
The only 'niggles' I have are: No character sheet (but that has been nicely sorted out by Gethsemane), and the afore mentioned prices. Also, no index (a tiny niggle).
After reading Spelldancer; I'm very temped with Pandora's Wake.
Spelldancer verdict: It's on sale, an interesting read, it's worth getting.
[4 of 5 Stars!]