Item description for Mythic Vistas: The Trojan War (Mythic Vistas) by Aaron Rosenberg...
Green Ronin first delved into the Bronze Age in Testament: Roleplaying in the Biblical Era. Now the Trojan War picks up where Testament left off, bringing Homer's Iliad to life. Fight under Achilles for the honor of Helen or stand up with Hector and defend Troy with your life. The Trojan War gives you everything to bring Bronze Age Greece to life, including: An overview of the Trojan War, from the abduction of Helen to the sack of Troy. New classes like the charioteer, dedicated warrior, orator, runner, and seer. An update of the mass combat system that originally appeared in Testament. Flavorful spells like Divine Anger, False Omen, and Stygian Armor. Details on Bronze Age weapons and armor. A treatise on the Homeric World and an accompanying map. Descriptions and game stats for all the major characters, from Achilles and Hector to Odysseus and Aeneas. Advice on running campaigns and dealing with the gods. Full compliance with the 3.5 rules. Gods plot, chariots thunder, and warriors charge beneath the walls of Troy. Battle lines have been drawn. Which side are you on?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.8" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Sep 22, 2005
Publisher Green Ronin Publishing
ISBN 1932442251 ISBN13 9781932442250
Availability 0 units.
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All the glory, all the tragedy Dec 12, 2004
The D20 sourcebook, Trojan War brings to the D&D gaming all the myths, heroics and tragedies of Bronze Age Greece. A brief summary of the contents: - An overview and timeline of the legendary Trojan war including notes and options for running a Trojan War campaign. - New character classes, spells, artifacts, and creatures drawn from the Greek Age of Mythology - Game stats for all the personalities of the Trojan War (Achilles, Hector, Paris, the gang is all here..)
Overall, the book is excellent - well-researched and packed cover-to-cover with details. Especially well done is the concise summary of the Trojan War from the events preceeding the war to the aftermath. The section on the Divine Offspring characters is also useful given that just about any personality in Homeric Greece worthy of note is the son/daughter of some diety or other. GMs who intend to allow the PCs change the course of saga will find helpful the "What If" section detaling alternative resolutions for the war.
About the only minor blot I can bring up is that some of the stats are not particularly true to their descriptions in the myths (Agamemnon - who sacrificed his daughter Iphigenia to placate the goddess Athena - is Lawful Good?).