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  1. Has there been any thought as to developing a Mythras or Classic fantasy (or both) system to fantasy grounds? I think it would do very well. I know there is a BRP system in use there but it is not supported and thus incomplete.
  2. I'm sure it will be worth the wait.
  3. Also I forgot to mention the artwork in Tomb of the mad wizard is superb.
  4. Are there any other websites I can post a review for these books on? I have tried posting on Aeon games multiple times but it refuses to update what I write. I did write a review for Classic fantasy on Amazon but I don't think too many role playing gamers visit that particular website.
  5. Yes sorry, better swap the b for a d. If I find the usurper I shall bring swift justice to him.
  6. This Tomb of the mad wizard is a good module. Very well written, gives some good flavor of the surroundings. The mythras combat cards come in handy too. Not to mention Mythic Britain, Logres and Mythic Rome which I have yet to get. Then of course, the world of Greymoor. Hope Rob is not to burnt out on the project. Great work on all these books anyway, very enjoyable, especially the history.
  7. Yes I buy from Aeon games and get the PDF also but I much prefer to read from the real thing. In saying that I still browse the PDF's but wait to read the whole thing when the book arrives. A bit of old school mentality. Never been to New Jersey .
  8. Keep these modules coming, love them. Greymoor is looking like a very interesting place to adventure in. Unfortunately for me I won't have my hands on Tomb of the mad wizard for 2 or 3 weeks. It takes that long to get to my small town in NZ. Something to look forward to in any case.
  9. Forgot to add, the violent delights module was very good to.
  10. For sure, send me 10 copies . Minute meteors, sounds interesting, great to hear that there are new spells coming along too. I have been looking at mythic Britain and Logres for some source material and fresh ideas, and by all accounts they are very well done, but I still prefer a world with a strong fantasy element such as Greymoor will be. I think your should learn a haste spell, it will then be finished in a few weeks.
  11. Hi Rod, I was reading Classic Fantasy the other day and noticed the ends of the pages were a little discoloured. No doubt caused by my grubby paws continually turning the pages. The mythras core rule book also has a little of the same. Was there any thought to blackening the ends of the pages to avoid this? The books are very good quality so I hoped it might be an option somewhere down the line. Hope the unearthed companion is going well, very much looking forward to it, cheers. Mark.
  12. Just some more questions about Blackmoor... will there be any detailed groups of barbarian and or Orc tribes? Way of life, rules on hunting, gathering fishing etc? And will there be details about the local Flora and Fauna, gatherable herbs etc. They had guidelines like this in Harnmaster which I found interesting but maybe some people find them unnecessary.
  13. What about a magazine like the old white dwarf? Focusing on the Classic fantasy and Mythras RPG's. Just a thought. I used to love that magazine, sitting in my mates sleepout, staring at the pages in young wonder, while my freind made up an AD&D adventure. Ah the good old days
  14. Thanks Rod, it certainly sounds like you have everything covered in regards to Greymoor. I look forward to getting the violent delights module to check out the map as described. Great news that there are plans for a vast dungeon area too. Things are looking promising indeed. Cheers Mark.
  15. Just purchased these violent delights, unable to get the PDF as yet. I was wondering (yet again) if in Greymoor will there exist any factions of Demi humans such as dwarf cities and elven wooded realms, hobbit shires and the like? I hope this is the right area to be asking these questions. Also, would there be a possibility of an epic module along the lines of the temple of elemental evil in any future undertakings? Apologies if I ask so many questions but I'm really quite stoked that classic fantasy has come along and really enjoy the flavour of it, it takes me back to the good old day
  16. Ok thanks Rod, I look forward to the next modules and unearthed companion cannot arrive soon enough for me.
  17. Just thinking about the World of Greymoor, I assume the majority of the characters would be based on Classic Fantasy within the world, but would there be any characters based on Mythras like Shamans etc that populate Greymoor? The books are so compatible I thought I would ask, cheers.
    Superb, the amount of creatures listed leaves us spoilt for choice. I love the fact that they are accompanied by colour pictures, most excellent work, thank you.
  18. Ok, monthly modules, new information on CF and a detailed map of the Greymoor. The news just keeps getting better. Cheers Rod.
  19. Fantastic stuff. I will snap them up as they come out. Will be like starting my role playing career all over again. I'm sure in unearthed companion we will find plenty of excellent material too. I am secretly hoping for a detailed map in Greymoor much like the ones ICE used in their MERP modules. The small map in terror of Ettinmoor had some good detail. Maybe too much to ask, I'm sure Mr Leary has more than enough on his plate.
  20. I'm new to Mythras and have bought the classic fantasy, expert set and Ettin marsh module. I used to love the flavour of AD&D many years ago and when I read about classic fantasy I was sold. After going through the books the nostalgia hit me and am looking forward to anything related that comes out. The Ettin marsh module is classic AD&D for me and I love it. I remember for me the old UK modules where the best, more realism with a bit of grit. For me it captures the original spirit of the game but with a far better rule set. The Mythras combat system and character creation is extr
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