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Return to the second age of Atlantis; to a time when the race of men was young and giants still walked the earth... when ancient dragons lay sleeping beneath the ocean waves and the woods of Avalon and Stonehenge were alive with the haunting songs of the magical Sidhe. Encounter the strange and wondrous inhabitants of a bygone age in The Bestiary.

The Bestiary is the first supplement for Atlantis: The Second Age(also available from Morrigan Press). It is also a general purpose monster book for any fantasy-based Omni System game. The Bestiary contains over 160 creatures of myth and legend along with well over 200 mundane mammals, birds, reptiles and aquatic creatures; including complete Omni System stats.

The Bestiary is 144 pages in length and includes:

  • New species of Andamen (half men, half beasts)
  • Demons, daemons and devils (and a discussion on dimensions)
  • The beautiful winged Zephyr or Mu.
  • The Hantu; known as earth-bound demons
  • Oddities and monsters like the Sphinx, Manticora and Kraken
  • Spirits of Nature and the malign undead
  • Many, many more
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Ulla P May 23, 2023 7:35 pm UTC
You refer to for more info on arkanum but there is a blank page. Perhaps a glitch?
Otherwise no problems thank you
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February 14, 2014 4:02 am UTC
Has this been updated to the second edition of the second age?
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Luke W April 14, 2014 4:15 am UTC
The new Bestiary will likely be Kickstarted shortly (as in April or May) as with rulebook and Geographica.
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