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4:14pm on Tuesday, 26th July, 2016:

Eldritch Wizardry


I didn't just buy Gods, Demi-Gods and Heroes the other day. I also bought this, which arrived this morning:

Eldritch Wizardry was the supplement for dungeon masters who didn't like to kill off player characters, so needed more end-game content for them as they continued their inexorable rise (hmm, sound familiar, MMO players?). We used the psionics rules from it for a campaign, but they suffered from extremes: almost no-one had anything usable, but when they did it was utterly devastating.

I'll have to keep this copy in its plastic bag, because it stinks of stale tobacco.

I wonder if more young men were turned onto D&D by the cover or more young women were turned off by it?

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