Faeries Revised Edition
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|Rules Edition:||Third; usable with Fourth|
|Author(s):||John Snead and Sarah Link|
|Publisher:||Wizards of the Coast|
|Format:||Perfect bound (paperback), 144 pages|
|Availability:||Out of print; PDF available|
Faeries, Revised Edition is a supplement about faeries and the Faerie Realm.
Although Faeries, Revised Edition was written for ArM3, it should be usable with ArM4 with little trouble. It is not, however, compatible with ArM5. The rules, including the background definition of what the Faerie Realm is, have changed too much.
- Official product page at Atlas Games
- Product Page at Warehouse 23.
- Product Page at RPGNow
- Product Page at DriveThruRPG
Until about 2005, the original Ars Magica FAQ site solicited reviews of Ars Magica products from the community. The online review submission form is no longer available, but please feel free to edit this page to add your own comments. A synopsis of the survey results for this book is:
FAQ Rating: \*\*\*\* (11 reviews; 0 *, 1 \*\*, 3 \*\*\*, 7 \*\*\*\*)
- Even better than the original. Workable rules for 'regio' are a plus.
- A must-have (different from the 1st ed.)
- Best medieval RPG supplement I have
- Wonderful, wonderful book. Can't praise it enough.
- Necessary, and a good read, but the mechanics no longer mesh properly with the later books.
- Does a pretty good job of presenting faeries as alien entities, not demi-humans. Too much and poor fiction for my taste.
- Very useful if you have a fairy element in your game.
- Footnotes in the margins a nice feature.
- Very good take on Fae, dated a little, but generally the flavour of the courts and Faerie is well presented and woven into ME.
The history of this page before August 6, 2010 is archived at Legacy:faeries_revised_edition