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Before science, before history, there was an Age of Legend -- and Legends never truly die...For years, the Name-givers -- those races gifted with the ability to Name, and shape the very magic of the world -- were forced to live in underground citadels known as kaers, while malevolent creatures from astral space, so terrible they could only be called Horrors, ravaged theirBefore science, before history, there was an Age of Legend -- and Legends never truly die...For years, the Name-givers -- those races gifted with the ability to Name, and shape the very magic of the world -- were forced to live in underground citadels known as kaers, while malevolent creatures from astral space, so terrible they could only be called Horrors, ravaged their world.The time of hiding has passed. Now, the Name-givers have returned, and reclaimed their place in the world. The fight is not over. The Horrors still linger in this world -- in the cities and ruins lost during the Scourge. A corrupt Empire seeks to reclaim its provinces, and Name-givers with dark ambitions seek to set themselves up as the new power in the absence of the Empire.In this Age of Legend, only heroes can stand against the soul-rending power of the Horrors, and the dark machinations of those corrupt with power.Become these brave souls, and roleplay in Earthdawn, the Age of Legends....

Title : Earthdawn
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ISBN : 9780970419118
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Earthdawn Reviews

  • Chris
    2019-01-01 20:44

    Despite its somewhat generic fantasy trapings, I think EarthDawn was quite a good game, though rather ignored when it came out. I thought the world managed to be generic enough to titilate the fantasy geek while and allow universal access, but original enough to encourage a lot of interesting sessions. Character creation was quick and intuitive, and the resolution was a nice throw-back to classic polyhedron die - you needed everything from a D4 to a D20 to play, and that gives uber nerd kudos in my books.

  • Tor.com Publishing
    2019-01-09 00:31

    Earthdawn! If Shadowrun was fantasy & cyberpunk, this prequel game was post-apocalyptic fantasy. I had a T'skrang swordsmaster for many years, & have fond memories of the tone this game struck with Lovecraftian horror & heroic adventure. --MK

  • Patrick
    2019-01-03 18:49

    Not bad, not bad at all. Kind of like a d20 Exalted shoehorned into the framework of 3rd edition Shadowrun. I can get down.