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eBook City & Guild (Ars Magica Fantasy Roleplaying) epub

by Richard Love,Matt Rya,Timothy Ferguson

eBook City & Guild (Ars Magica Fantasy Roleplaying) epub
  • ISBN: 1589780922
  • Author: Richard Love,Matt Rya,Timothy Ferguson
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Atlas Games (December 5, 2006)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1344 kb
  • FB2 size 1898 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi rtf lrf


Clever magi could become the greatest merchant princes of Europe, or gain renown as suppliers of the most valuable tapestries.

Clever magi could become the greatest merchant princes of Europe, or gain renown as suppliers of the most valuable tapestries.

City & Guild (Ars Magica Fantasy Roleplaying). Timothy Ferguson, Richard Love, Matt Rya. Download (pdf, 2. 1 Mb) Donate Read.

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City & Guild book. A decent Ars Magica supplement, useful for city-based campaigns or stories. In the thirteenth century towns and cities are growing all over Mythic. Could be ok as an overview of Medieval urban life, not so much for what it says itself, but for pointers to other sources when you find a subject of interest. Matt rated it really liked it Jun 06, 2012. Matt Ryan rated it liked it Apr 13, 2013. Yan De Almeida Prado rated it liked it Nov 22, 2018. ღ AIDA ღ♥ Rodkouli rated it liked it Jan 16, 2010.

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In the thirteenth century towns and cities are growing all over Mythic Europe. Covenants that were once in remote forests find themselves within sight of city walls, and regions that were once cut off from the world are now visited by traders from distant parts. For many covenants, cities are a great opportunity; craftsmen and merchants can provide anything that the covenant needs, and buy its surplus. Some covenants are even established within towns, or as small towns.

This supplement for Ars Magica Fifth Edition provides background on the facts of life in the towns of medieval Europe, and rules for craftsmen and traders. Clever magi could become the greatest merchant princes of Europe, or gain renown as suppliers of the most valuable tapestries. Less clever magi could find themselves manipulated by existing merchant princes, or tricked into buying shoddy goods. With an emphasis on stories rather than accountancy, this book opens a new stage for your Ars Magica saga.

Comments: (3)
Micelhorav
Perfect.
Faegal
I ended up using this book a lot of for the wealth systems in the book, as well as the information on craftsmen. Some useful fluff on cultures and cities of the time, with neat little story ideas here and there. Also had a map with rivers and trade routes on it. If money and trade are featuring in a story, this is a good book.
Gajurus
The value you get from this is really going to depend on your type of game. If you want to do a lot with trading, cities or guilds, I'd pick it up.

Not a book that player probably needs it, but if you really want to play a character along these lines, it would make sense for a player to get.

Another good idea for a book.
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