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Myths of the Far Future Player's Guide (4E)
The player's guide to the SANTIAGO: A Myth of the Far Future adventure path for the D&D 4th Edition. Santiago: A Myth of the Far Future is an 11-part adventure path set in the Myths of the Far Future default galaxy, wherein the players embark on the hunt for the greatest outlaw of them all in order to collect the enormous bounty promised to anyone who brings him to agents of the Democracy.
They say his father was a comet and his mother a cosmic wind, that he juggles planets as if they were feathers and wrestles with black holes just to work up an appetite. They say he never sleeps, and that his eyes burn brighter than a nova, and that his shout can level mountains.
They call him Santiago.
This Player's Guide presents character options and setting information for players of the SANTiAGO adventure path. Also available is the Campaign Guide (for GMs only) which provides a detailed overview of he entire AP.
About Mike Resnick's BIRTHRIGHT Universe
The BIRTHRIGHT universe is out own Milky Way in the far future. The galaxy contains hundreds upon thousands of habitable worlds, populated by hundreds upon thousands of alien races—and many, many populated by the race of Man as it spreads itself amongst the stars. At this time in the future, over half of the galaxy is ruled by the Democracy, centered on the massive world of Deluros VIII. On either side of the Democracy are the frontiers—the inner and outer frontiers, where the rule of law’s hold is weaker and frontiersmen and bandits thrive.
For more info, see the official website!
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