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The Imperial Age: Fantastical Races

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Adamant Entertainment is proud to continue The Imperial Age, our line of Victorian/Steampunk products, made for use with d20 Modern or Past.

The Imperial Age: Fantastical Races adapts a plethora of classic fantasy races for use in Victorian-era campaigns.

The first section of races, “A Survey of the Fantastical Races,†includes the standard spread of races for a default setting, from dwarves and elves to goblins and orcs.

The second section, “The Exotic and the Powerful,†is a selection of optional races -- creatures that are rare in fantasy campaigns (the half-ogre, for example), or that feature level adjustments due to increased size or power (like minotaurs and centaurs).

The third section features Racial Paragon Classes -- three-level advanced classes for use when a member of a race stands out as an extraordinary example of their kind. This is followed by a set of new Racial Feats, and three new Talent Trees.

The final section features three unique campaign setting concepts which bring Fantastical Races into the Victorian Age, including plot hooks for each setting!

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
April 10th, 2012
D&D style races in your Imperial Age game. This book is a nice companion to Faeries in terms of expanding the fantastical elements of your game. Also with a little bit of work they could also expand it more into horror. In addition to [...]
March 3rd, 2009
There's not a lot of "new" material here. It's essentially, as advertised, "Urban Arcana" in the 1890s; that being said, I'm a big fan of the Imperial Age line because the pdfs have a sort of charming appeal to them. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 17, 2008.