Castles and Covenants (Mage: The Sorcerers Crusade) by Aldith; Griffin, Eric; Masters, Phil; Kingstone, Sian

By Aldith; Griffin, Eric; Masters, Phil; Kingstone, Sian Beltane

At the hours of darkness incredible age, a sorcerer's domestic actually is his citadel. From the storm-blasted halls of effective Doissetep to the craggy reaches of Portus Cruis, from the wagons of the Lickspittle gamers to the ornate majesty of the White Tower of Langudoc, the woke up forged their spells, assemble their minions and safe their power.

Castles and Covenants is a packed advisor to strongholds, the magi who live there, and the ins-and-outs of chateau lifestyles at midnight outstanding global of Mage: The Sorcerers campaign. This publication is a must have for beginning chronicles, no longer just because it permits gamers to layout a fortress-home for his or her characters, yet since it is the basis for each battlement and hold that mages will ever stand atop or face within the fury of conflict.

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