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Mythic Britain Overview, by Runeslinger


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Anthony Boyd, aka Runeslinger, has produced a terrific overview/review of Mythic Britain's character creation process over at his blog.


This is recommended reading for anyone remotely interested in Mythic Britain and RQ6 more generally. It gives a very well balanced and well written introduction coupled with a character creation walkthrough showing the versatility and depth of the system.

Don't take my word for it: check out the blog for yourself...

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That's a great overview of Mythic Britain, 

I follow the posts from Runeslinger on G+ and YouTube.

He's very articulated, concise, informative, and also quite reflective at times.

Makes this hobby almost respectable :-)

Another good post from him

" Sure it's fun, but it is also well known that a D20 roll and an AC is no match against a hefty swing of a D100% and a D20 Hit Location Table!"

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For those of you curious about Mythic Britain - whether you're interested in RuneQuest or not - Runeslinger's unboxing is a good introduction and overview of the book.
More Mythic Britain goodness is on the way, with the release, very soon, of the PDF Mythic Britain Companion, featuring the Cults of Mithras and Sabrinna, the kingdom of Bryneich, and large, full colour maps. More details to come.

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