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Offline Darkson71

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(Early heads up) Fireheart
« on: December 01, 2021, 07:46:51 AM »
https://www.amazon.com/Frostgrave-Fireheart-Joseph-McCullough/dp/1472852257?fbclid=IwAR2p0TdXp883d7gzsy4Ce3trNeJlIpgvillClQOX1IixwWGR0Wnb24s_Peo

This supplement for Frostgrave provides players with new tools to build, animate, field, and face constructs in their games.

In the glory days of Ancient Felstad, artisans competed to produce the most beautiful, the most functional, and the most enduring constructs. These living works of art could be seen everywhere in the city, fulfilling many of the day-to-day tasks that kept the magical metropolis running. They provided transportation and security, worked on construction and cleaning, exterminated vermin, butchered animals, and tended furnaces. Then came the cataclysm. The ice and snow not only buried and destroyed most of the constructs active in the city, but nearly wiped out the knowledge of their creation. Certainly, the constructs animated by the explorers of the Frozen City are crude in both form and function compared to what once existed.

This supplement for Frostgrave: Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City provides a study of constructs, offering expanded rules for their creation, modification, and even re-animation. It examines enchanters' workshops, detailing new magic items and base modifications that aid in the animation process, and also includes a bestiary full of new constructs. Of course, much of the knowledge that was once lost still exists in the frozen ruins, so the book also features several scenarios set in the once-great factories where the art of construct creation reached its pinnacle.


Long time till July (and I'll get from Northstar or Osprey, not Amazon) - maybe my Enchanter will have found a Grimoire of Animate Construct by then!  lol
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Offline Chief Lackey Rich

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Re: (Early heads up) Fireheart
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2021, 01:00:12 PM »
Been waiting for that quite a while already, honestly.

Offline Splod

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Re: (Early heads up) Fireheart
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2022, 02:03:29 AM »
I only just stumbled upon mention of this on Joeís blog, and Iím pretty keen on it. I donít seem to play much anymore these days, but Iím really excited at the prospect of some more miniatures! I love constructs in my D&D games, and Iíve never really been keen on the current Northstar constructs. Come on funky manufactured monstrosities!  :D

Offline astrobouncer

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Re: (Early heads up) Fireheart
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2022, 09:40:30 PM »
I was collecting the mage knight minis a while back to use as cheap dnd minis. Many of them will make great constructs. Looking forward to this.

 

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