When Lulu had its 40% off and free shipping and needed to get something even though I put a temporary halt to my game spending, holidays and all. But with both coupons I had to get something.
I have a ton of the books from Lulu so I wanted to pick something completely different. As in, something I hadn't heard of or tried. Still a gaming book. Let's not get all weird. I found Fantastic Heroes & Witchery. +Timothy Brannan suggested I take a look at it and on his suggestion I bought it. With a name like Tim, how could he be wrong?
A Review at a Glance
Just got it in the mail about an hour ago and I really like what I see in the contents. I bought the paperback version. While it is a retro-rpg it looks like its taking on a few curves and backroads not normally traveled. The class section looks interesting and something I am extremely interested in at this time.
The layout is very nice. Double column deal with good art.
I'm very excited to sit down with this 400+ page bad boy and have a look at it. So far I am giving Fantastic Heroes & Witchery a healthy thumbs up.
If you want to grab a copy here are a couple of links to go surf the ether.
The paperback version will cost you $24.62.
The hardback version will cost you $36.22.