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Scribe of Orcus, Vol. 1 Issue 3

Scribe of Orcus, Vol. 1 Issue 3


In this issue we present the first in a series of factions for Mutant Future, by Ryan Denison. These factions are groups of humans, mutants, or "others" who are united by a belief or cause. They can be inserted into any Mutant Future campaign as antagonists. In this issue, we feature the Bringers of Light, mutants on a mission from their god. They will purge the unworthy with their eye of the gods!

This issue also features the article, "Breaking Up Can be So Hard," separating races and classes in Labyrinth Lord, by Daniel Proctor.

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September 1st, 2008
A great issue! The Mutant Future content is great, but my favorite is "Breaking Up is Hard to Do"! A very nice treatment of separating race from class in LL and great rules for multiclassing. Good job! [...]
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