Tales from Wilderland contains seven very well written adventures, each containing different plot elements (escorting, hunting, and rescue stories just to name a few...) Here are the things that make this collection of adventures top notch:
1) Content. There is a huge amount of content here, and the content is of a higher quality than typically found. One hundred sixty pages of well written content by Gareth Hanrahan-- hats off to him for the excellent writing here. He is very creative and reading these adventures has prompted me to check out other works he has written.
2) Design. The book itself is layed out as a "loose" story arc, so a Loremaster can use the material as he/she sees fit. The artistic considerations in the book are quite frankly stunning! Howe, Hodgson, and Jedruszek hit the stratosphere and bring the whole book together with a wonderful atmosphere that perfectly matches the intent of the design.
3) The book stands alone as a wonderful read for any who enjoy Tolkien's works. Gareth has really written with the spirit of Tolkien in mind, and that simply serves to push the book into the ranks of the truly sublime.
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