This collection of stories are all well written and fully manage to draw you in the world of each. Though the book is called Valhalla with a twist of Lethe and other strange tales, the longest and to us the most fastinating story in the collection was Dream Along the Edge. We also really like Drinking the Moon.
Publisher: White Wolf
Date Added: 09/23/2020 22:31:59
*(Deleted my original review after reading another that helped partially resolve a major issue I'd had on my order! Thank you to Van W.!)*
**Card quality:** Very good. Sturdy.
**Art quality:** Exceedingly good. Exceeds expectations. Evokes the Rider-Waite Tarot aesthetic while still putting a Mage spin on things.
**Tuck box: **Good. A teeny bit flimsy, but it's still quite lovely.
The product page says it comes with instructions though, which I thought meant I'd get an actual physical instructional book to help me with my readings and storytelling for chronicles. It didn't, though, but I did find the instructions in the Storyteller's Vault as a pdf. Was saddened at lack of a physical copy though; that was something that I'd factored into whether or not I wanted to purchase. So just be aware that while the product page says it comes with a book, it actually doesn't; you'll have to find the pdf in the Vault. I knocked off a star for that, as I f...
It was such a great read! I love how it appearsvto be set in modern times with a historic feel. The way the country is split into multiple nations is brilliant and feels like an accurate portrayal of our current society. I hope there is a part two!
This is the full text of the Public Domain "Aradia, or The Gospel of the Witches" by Charles Godfrey Leland published in 1899.
There is no additional text or game content included. You are paying for the formating and the cover.
While I am happy to have another copy in my digital library there is nothing additional to what you can get for free on the Internet.
I loved Wolf & Raven when it came out, and this had a similar feel and genre, of a "half and half" runner/PI. But this one is so much better
So many things I liked:
* The slice of life combined with an ongoing storyline that makes sense? Fantastic
* The trope of having to face the old enemy again, and a good explanation for that coincidence? Fantastic. The writing was good enough that the "coincidence" didn't bother me as much as it normall would have, and the payoff on it was phenomenal
* Incorporates the best non-corp parts of the SR setting
* Made me like Gentry- I saw his entry in SR Anarchy and thought the elf-lover was kind of cringe, but now I kind of want to play him XD It's a lovable cringe...
i appreciate that this is a multiple age tier product to introduce and teach children the basic dymamics of roleplaying adventures. This provides an engaging and simple to follow approach and allows for creative thinking to blossum. This is an excellent product for a low price.
Amazing story, The idea behind it is incredible. Outstanding pace never a dull page. Perfect gift for anyone who is interested in the sci-fi/fantasy genera. Absolutely worth every cent. You should also check out his other spectacular works as well. You can get and read any/all of his work and you are guaranteed to have a wonderful experience