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7th Sea: Land of 1,000 Nations


The New World Is Ancient

7th Sea: Land of 1,000 Nations covers The Woven Land—the distant continent, and its many peoples, beliefs, magics, cultures, and nations.

Celebrating Worshippers

What's Inside?

Adventure, folklore, and whole new reasons for heroism beckon from the Woven Lands—avast!

Map of the Woven Land

The Woven Lands Revealed

People from the 1,000 Nations attacking a ship

Extensive exploration of the histories, customs, social structures, and spirituality of the various cultures of the Woven Lands. From coast-to-coast, this distant continent is covered with culture and people as diverse as the many nations of Theah.

Two warriors fighting a gator

Folklore, Myth, and Magic

Warriors clambering onto a ship

A rich digest of folklore and mythology showcasing the depth of culture of the peoples of the distant continent. Throughout the book is a collection of beautiful artwork depicting the peoples of the Woven Lands, created by a diverse group of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color artists

A three-headed creature coming out of a tree

Mechanics and GM Resources

A female member of the first nations

A suite of highly detailed non-player characters and story seeds to spark your very own new tales of high adventure. The book also includes new Backgrounds, Advantages, and Fighting Styles applicable for 7th Sea characters hailing from the Woven Land.

Battle between two nations

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Daniel O September 25, 2023 6:53 pm UTC
Awful, awful quality. At one point the not-North-America continent is referred to as [NORTH AMERICA], clearly an editing mistake. And the included map is a low-res image rather than the usual .pdf.
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Colin W September 25, 2023 3:08 pm UTC
On the one hand, the ideas and the world created in this book is as compelling and dramatic as other corners of 7th Sea. The approach to a setting inspired by native North American cultures is clearly thoughtful and a big jump from the worries folks had with the original "Colonies" book.

That said, I'm surprised this made it through an editing process. There are numerous typos, strange choices in presentation, and headings that don't seem to relate to the text beneath. Some parts are so garbled that I can't even guess what the text was *supposed* to say without typos. Often new terms, cultures, and locations show up out of nowhere and I can't tell if it's a relic from an earlier version that was left in, a typo that makes it impossible to connect to earlier text, or just unclear presentation that doesn't give me context.

The good news is that this can all be fixed in post with a new upload to the site. The bad news is that this long-anticipated book is only halfway usable at...See more
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Eric C September 18, 2023 9:37 pm UTC
Question about the content: I was just curious, regarding the note that "created by a diverse group of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color artists". Just to clarify, I was wondering if any Black, Indigenous, and People of Color has a hand in writing the content? Or is artists referring to literal interior art alone? Thanks!
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James Marion F September 18, 2023 3:45 pm UTC
The full-sized preview isn't working.

Also its about sixty pages shorter than the other books of a similar type?
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Gordon H September 19, 2023 2:05 pm UTC
Of the dual releases, I would wholeheartedly recommend Cities of Faith and Wonder. I can't say the same for Land of 1000 Nations. Originally titled "The Colonies" in the kickstarter, the release concept has been somewhat changed. The book is scarce on 'colonies' and the page count is significantly reduced from other books. The art, in places, is rough and not up to 7th Sea standards in many places. And lastly, I found the content lacking. This was the last book remaining from the original kickstarter. I appreciate the creators fulfilling their kickstarter obligations after so many years but Land of 1000 Nations felt like the exhausted end to a creative marathon.
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John D September 19, 2023 6:34 pm UTC
I was looking at a buddy's PDF, trying to decide whether to buy this one right away or wait for a generous sale. After a quick readthrough, I think I'm gonna wait for the sale.

Seriously, if the DriveThru PDF is the exact same as the one my pal had, then there's no way around the fact that it's a disappointing piece of work. Typographical errors all over the shop, a weird tendency to CAPITALIZE the names of the 1,000 Nations' imaginary Indigenous cultures, and the overall sense that, as you say, everyone involved was tired and just wanted to get the thing done and out the door.

The 7th Sea 2E books have varied significantly in quality, and this one, at least right now, seems to be one of the weaker products. What a shame, since I was really looking forward to seeing the developers' treatment of non-Mesoamerican North American cultures.
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