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Houses Of Hermes (WOC 1120) A Sourcebook For Ars Magica 4th Edition (1994 Paperback)


£15.00

Very good condition Paperback (almost new condition)

Published in 1994 by Wizards of the Coast USA. First Edition. Author: Jonathan Tweet. ISBN: 188099254X. Approx dims: 280mm h x 215mm w x 10mm d.

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Houses Of Hermes (WOC 1120)
A Sourcebook For Ars Magica 4th Edition

(Houses of Hermes revises and updates information
originally found in The Order of Hermes)

Condition and Description:

Very good condition Paperback (almost new condition)

Published in 1994 by Wizards of the Coast USA. First Edition. Author: Jonathan Tweet. ISBN: 188099254X. Approx dims: 280mm h x 215mm w x 10mm d.

Intact clean glossy condition boards with some slight signs of handling/creasing. 152 clean pages of English text with black & white illustrations. No inscriptions. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of Houses Of Hermes Sourcebook For Ars Magica:

“Houses of Hermes describes the twelve houses that compose the Order of Hermes, their origins, their histories, and their recent actions. It provides important and dynamic information for players and storyguides alike, adding detail and drama to any Ars Magica saga.

*A plot connected to each house. Each plot is grand enough to serve as the focus of your troupe’s saga.

*Story ideas for each house, for shorter-term play. These ideas bring the natures and styles of the various houses to life.

*Sample magi who can serve as the player characters’ masters, as non-player character in your saga, or as models for mid-level magi.

*New spells and abilities representing the houses’ differing specialties, including faerie magic and the special spells of the quaesitoris.

*An in-depth treatment of apprenticeship, from the apprentice’s and master’s points of view.

*A record of the Order’s history, from ancient times to A.D. 1220, including the crises that have shaken the Order and the growing threat from mundane civilization.”