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The sands of Al-Kalim are home to some of the most dangerous creatures in all of Mennara. While in service to the Grand Caliph, Tarik Al Farabi has traveled all over the world in his quest. In this tome, he describes (12) different native creatures dangerous to any who might visit his beloved homeland.

Dangerous elemental beings, giant worms, the ancient Djinn and more stalk the deserts of Al-Kalim, and even an innocent-looking patch of sand can be deadly. Join Tarik as he describes each of these dangers, and brings the desert to life for you!

This supplement provides twelve (12) new Al-Kalim adversaries. Each creature is pictured, along with stats and other information, including power levels from the Expanded Players' Guide in addition to a new, optional mechanic for encountering creatures during the day or at night. This is but one installment of other regional Mennaran bestiaries planned to follow (the first being Zanagan Zoology: Part 1).

While these creatures are in addition to those listed in the Realms of Terrinoth book, they do draw from lore that appeared in previous games set in the Terrinoth setting. Additional information about Al-Kalim is also provided.

As a bonus, Terrinoth-themed Adversary Cards (designed by Roy Altman (RPG Narco) are included for each creature in the product!

Developed by veteran GM and self-described Terrinoth researcher Chris Markham, this is the eighth of many released and planned supplements for the Realms of Terrinoth setting. Though this supplement is set in the world of Mennara, it can be converted for use in your own fantasy world. The Genesys Core Rulebook, Realms of Terrinoth setting, and either Genesys Dice or the Genesys Dice App are required to use this product.

This title was nominated for the 2020 Forge Awards (The Forge, Genesys podcast):

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Leon P June 27, 2020 6:54 pm UTC
Love the products but the cards crash my pdf reader on my iPad.
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Chris M June 27, 2020 7:51 pm UTC
Odd. May want to take a screenshot of them and use the images.
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Leon P June 27, 2020 7:53 pm UTC
It’s no huge issue they work fine on my laptop. Just thought you should know.
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