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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    Looks good. I'm still hoping that Green Ronin will revisit the True20 Blue Rose Companion book that provided some exciting new arcana options, particularly for Seers.

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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    I'm loving the new book! It looks gorgeous and gives me ideas!
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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    Got the pdf and Iím really loving it all! I love the city details, the details on the guilds, the details of crime and justice and healthcare and schooling, society details, the new Talents, the Rhy-rat, the NPCs, and so on. Lots of good stuff here! Beautiful book as well!

    Iím wanting to get the hardcover version once itís available (alongside the Six of Swords book).
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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    Yeah I can't wait for the hardcover to be out, honestly. For one thing that is when most of my group will buy their own copy.

    I need to get a physical Six of Swords.
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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    Got the pdf before the pre-release. It's stunning. Although I would have liked more interior images depicting in more detail the city, the story seeds are massive and you got a very detail descriptions of almost every single important place in the city. It made me remember what Sigil the City of Doors used to be for Planescape: a place for meeting people, to know colorful places and to explore. What I liked the most from the Aldis sourcebook was the encounters section. It is an advancement from D&D without any doubt: make the overlooked and almost meaningless be significant and important, from a symbolic (the Royal Road/Tarot) perspective.
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    Re: City of Aldis - New book?

    Quote Originally Posted by Baroness Nerak View Post
    Yeah I can't wait for the hardcover to be out, honestly. For one thing that is when most of my group will buy their own copy.

    I need to get a physical Six of Swords.
    Six of Swords is one of the best adventure modules I've read in recent years. It deserved to win the ENnie for Best Adventure.
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