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The Fallen Angel: A Scenario in Ireland and the Isle of Man
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Product Information
Rules Edition: Fourth
Abbreviation: FA
Product Type: Sourcebook
Author(s): James Buchanan
Publisher: Atlas Games
Product Number: AG0253
ISBN: 1-887801-59-6
Release date: 1997
Format: Softcover or PDF, 80 pages
Availability: Out of print; PDF available

The Fallen Angel: A Scenario in Ireland and the Isle of Man is a scenario for Fourth Edition by James Buchanan.

Player Reviews[edit]

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FAQ Rating: \*\* (11 reviews; 5 *, 5 \*\*, 1 \*\*\*, 0 \*\*\*\*)

  • Somewhere inside this incredibly bad railroad trip of an adventure is a really good story idea struggling to get out. I haven't found it yet, though.
  • A powerful demon arrives in Ireland and the PCs are the only people who can stop him.
  • A bad linear paint-by-numbers adventure, not quite the worst ever published for Ars Magica.
  • Linear scenario, treasure is too big.
  • It seemed thorough enough, but I didn't find it exciting enough to play.
  • Overly linear, with a couple of severely high-fantasy concepts, but salvageable with some work. Includes adaptation notes to several other periods.
  • OK. Didn't inspire.
  • The appendix is thick with stats for a variety of men-at-arms, the usual "heavies" my group runs up against. I find it in my pile of books game after game after game.
  • Not bad, not good, lots of cultural errors the whole basis of the plot is a little too Demonic, and a little laughable.

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