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We've included a magic item, the map cartouche, from the Treasury of the Pharaohs and a rival, DJENMET OF MANY-EYES CR 9, from Tomb Raiders.

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Coming down the pipeline...

  • Treasury of the Pharaohs by Thurston Hillman and Jason Nelson
  • Legendary Classes: Paladins by Amber Scott and Jason Nelson
  • Mythic Monsters: Bugs by Jason Nelson, Jonathan H. Keith, and Mike Welham
  • Starfall by Tom Phillips and Mike Welham
  • The Assimilation Strain by Tom Phillips and Neil Spicer
  • Legendary Classes: The General by Linda Zayas-Palmer and Will McCardell
  • Royal Tournaments by Jason Nelson
  • Tomb Raiders by Jim Groves, Mike Shel, Jonathan H. Keith, and Benjamin Bruck
  • Scorpions of Perdition by Nicolas Logue
  • Mythic Monsters: Colossal by Jason Nelson and Mike Welham
  • Cyborgs by Tim Hitchcock and Russ Taylor
  • Legendary Classes: Rogues by Matt Goodall, Jason Nelson, and Clinton J. Boomer
  • Ultimate Prestige: Villains by Jason Nelson
  • Mythic Monsters: Animals by Mike Welham, Jason Nelson, and Jonathan H. Keith

New Products Available

Mythic Monsters
Lords of Law
Treasury of the Pharaohs
Mythic Skills
Mythic Monsters
Treasury of the Kingdom
Treasury of the Crusade

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Latest Reviews



Jason Nelson got Mike Welham as a co-author for this installment and it does show – when I first read the ToC, I thought “Great, metallic dragons plus filler.” The mythological creatures featured herein tended to rank among the lamer examples of monsters in their non-mythic iterations. I am glad to report that, contrary to my expectations, it was these “plus X”-creatures that rocked my world. The loving care shown to some of these mythological guardians is simply beautiful and, more often than not, they FINALLY receive the magic, the glory, the sense of profound wonder that they ought to have had in the first place. Final verdict? Five stars plus seal of approval, in spite of the issues with some of the supplemental feats!

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