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  1. 2 hours ago, Stoatbringer said:

    I bought Sheoloth because I like Melnibonean type elves, and dark elves. The book is good but you need to have some other D&D stuff to understand the setting to some extent.

    I also have a drow supplement built for Legend called Inhabitants of the Dark: Savage Drow available on dtrpg.

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  2. Hey Michael,

    Book 1 & 2 are conversions of the original Tome of Horrors by Necromancer games that was done for 3.5 d&d. I've licensed the artwork so literally it's the same great artwork and everything. The first book is just over 300 pages while the second book is just under. The only thing the two books don't include from the original ToH is the templates and animals which will be a separate release. All the templates will be released from all four ToH in a single volume.

    The Historian, PM me and then email me your receipt. I'll give you a discount on the second book if you want.

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  3. Hey Everyone!

    The licensed product Eternity Realm's bestiaries Gigas Monstrum 1 & 2 are now available as a print combo on www.solacegames.ca! Both products usually sell for $90 Canadian and they're on for $69.99 CDN! The website ships to Canada and the US but I can put orders in via my print house lulu to ship worldwide.

    If you want the product either go to www.solacegames.ca or contact me on here!

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  4. Just now, Nakana said:

    Any chance Chaosium would be willing to release the "Chronicler's Companion" (as is) as a consolation prize? 

    I realize it isn't a finished product; I don't care. I've been waiting two years for it. Seems like a waste to just never release it or rework it for some other product line. It was written for Magic World and the Southern Reaches. 

    It would really be awesome if Chaosium made it available to Magic World fans somehow. 

    If anything as a discounted pdf.

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  5. Hey all in an effort to bring all my products from my two imprints into one place, I've opened a whole Devoted Publishing tab and discounted everything off the Canadian prices. The website will only ship to Canada and the US but if there's any SG/DP specfic products you want shipped elsewhere email me and we'll talk.

    Check it out @ http://www.solacegames.ca

    More changes may be made to product prices in the coming days so keep an eye out!

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  6. 3 hours ago, Marcus Bone said:

    While news like this is always disappointing, it is good to hear that Chaosium are open to licensing etc. I agree with their philosophy - to focus on their 'knitting' and produce top notch works (both in the writing and design) for both Call of Cthulhu (which I for one love) and Runequest etc. (which isn't so appealing to me).



    I'm more about Runequest personally. There are things about it I don't care for but if I had to choose, Runequest will get my vote every time. Which bodes well to me investing in a third party version of MW if it ever comes out.

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  7. 5 hours ago, Mysterioso said:

    This seems like it would be the ideal situation. 

    Pretty much. However, someone would need to invest a lot into marketing since Chaosium honestly didn't seem to market it as much as other lines when it first came out. I never knew it existed until I went on their website and was like "what is this?" And I've been perusing RPG forums (not this one sadly) and the like for a long time.

  8. I'm a big fan of Nephilim and am disappointed nothing more was done with it.

    Crossing it over to CoC is an interesting idea but a lot of the Nephilim mythos would need to be reconsidered to make it all work but you've already mentioned that. A possibility would be they were the original people that defeated Cthulhu and put him into his slumber and this is their curse from the Outer Gods for doing so.

    Just and idea though.


  9. 5 hours ago, rsanford said:


    Who wrote the book of Enoch (Enoch?), and what do we know of him? Was the book of Enoch one of the Dead Sea scrolls?

    Sorry to be a pest but it's interesting...

    It is interesting especially since the book was considered for New Testament canon but simply we don't know who actually wrote it. It wasn't one of the Dead Sea Scrolls originally but I have no doubts parts of it were found in that collection.

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