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The Echoes of Heaven/The Throne of God (HARP Version)

The Echoes of Heaven/The Throne of God (HARP Version)

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By Robert J Defendi

". . . if I had to recommend one single line that didn't make the list, this would be it."
--Jeramy Ware, 2007 ENnies Judge

". . . Stunning . . ."
--Nicholas Caldwell, www.Guildcompanion.com

". . . Fantastically interesting . . ." and ". . . I'm calling it 4 1/2 stars and rounding down."
--Andrew Branstad, RPGNow Staff Reviewer

The Echoes of Heaven Campaign Setting:
Pages: 210
Once Man stood in the full glory of God. Now he must strain to hear even the echoes of Heaven.
Veteran game designer Robert J Defendi brings you a world of darkness and danger, where a monolithic church has split into dozens of quarreling factions and holy war looms like a shadow. Here, strength and brutality win the day and only those with the most faith, honor, and courage can stand against the terrible tyranny of those who would enslave everyone of a different belief, a different philosophy, a different race.
Worse, it is a world infected by the very fabric of Hell itself.
The Echoes of Heaven is a game world of infinite possibilities, where the nature of Hell corrupts the Mortal Realm, creating adventure sites both many and varied. Ulcers shape themselves to the minds of the Demon controlling them, the dreams of the former inhabitants, sometimes even the minds of adventurers. In an Ulcer, even the most basic laws of nature can break down, making possible any adventure the GM can envision. Ulcers grow, mature, and devour. Only prompt actions can stop them from becoming permanent, and one day an Ulcer will destroy the world.

The Throne of God:
Pages: 53
An adventure that spans ten thousand years.
The city of Belm is the center of culture, government, and commerce for the Kingdom of Ludremon. But when a young girl disappears just miles outside the city walls at the same time the cathedral's holy relic is stolen, who will dare undertake an adventure that leads into the tattered fringes of reality itself.
An adventure for 3rd level characters.

Comes with free Campaign Cartographer Symbols, good for use in CC3.

Requires High Adventure Role Playing by Iron Crown Enterprises to play.

 
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October 10th, 2006
This is an excellent product on several fronts. The background has obviously had a lot of thought and care put into it, and seems very coherent. The adventure itself has some novel plot ideas (like the 10,000 year gap between parts 1 and 2...) a [...]
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September 3rd, 2006
First impressions are good, the divine aspects are handled in a way that I can deal with which was my initial wory when looking at the system. I am not a fan of overly interventionist gods, I like modern characterization and the muddy waters of [...]
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August 12th, 2006
Echoes of Heaven is a self-described ?Campaign Setting?. A very apt name as it is full of possibilities for adventures rather than being pages of stats for NPCs or prolific optional rules. I was worried that after reading the intro that the setting [...]
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August 8th, 2006
Within any group of individuals who have actively served as gamemasters there is frequent debate or just what an ideal "campaign book", "world book", or "resource book" should be. Some prefer a complete product together wi [...]
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July 25th, 2006
Heaven and Hell are at it again. Seems like it would be a bit ho-hum. But do not judge this book by my intro. This is an interesting read and the sections are well layed out. The text is easy to read and the story very compelling. If you have CC2 or CC [...]
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