The Sundered Eagle: the Theban Tribunal
From Project: Redcap
|Product Type:||Tribunal book|
|Author(s):||Chris Jensen-Romer, Matt Ryan, Mark Shirley, Andrew Smith|
|Release date:||August 2010|
|Format:||Hardcover, 144 pages|
|Availability:||In print, PDF available|
Subject and Contents
This book portrays the Theban Tribunal as rich in magical resources, both raw vis and ancient lore. The Tribunal has many nature spirits and other supernatural denizens, and a deep connection to the magic of classical antiquity.
Opinion and Reviews
What This Book Will Add to Your Saga
Greece is a wonderful setting for mystical atmosphere. Your magi may want to visit the Theban Tribunal to investigate its magical secrets, perhaps as Seekers or as initiates into a Mystery Cult. Similarly, the great city of Constantinople is a natural destination for magi. Even if your magi live in a distant Tribunal, there are plenty of in-character reasons for them to visit the Tribunal of Thebes.
This Book Might Not Fit Your Game If ...
The Theban Tribunal is a lot different from Western Europe. The cultural differences might make seem too "foreign" for some Troupes' liking.
Reviews and Comments
Please add your own comments about the book.
The mystical coverage of this book is satisfying. It's nice to see each of the four Realms getting explicit treatment. --Andrew Gronosky
- "Byzantine Landscape," The Sundered Eagle: the Theban Tribunal page 6
- "Magical Traditions," The Sundered Eagle: the Theban Tribunal page 123