The write up for this book is deceiving. There is no Clockwork Domain in this book. There are cleric clockwork spells, but the write up for the domain is in the Midgard Campaign Setting. Also, there is no Gypsy magic. I have no idea where that is, I haven't been able to find it so far in any of the other Midgard books that I have. And last but not least, there are NO Feats in this book.
Besides the glaring omissions, this is a good book. It's mostly fluff with a great write up of the city's past and each district. There are SOME player options which include spells, magic items, and the lust domain. However, most, if not all of the spells appear in Deep Magic. If you want more player options, then pick up the Players Guide to the Crossroads.
Get this book if:
- You love reading lore
- If you’re looking to get into Midgard and Zobeck, but don't want to get Deep Magic
- You want the lust domain
- If you like potentially game breaking magic items. (looking at you Scoundrels Gambit)
Otherwise skip this one and get the Players Guide to the Crossroads, Deep Magic and the Midgard Campaign Setting.