Sunday, July 4, 2010

Obsidian Twilight - First Impressions.

Wow.  Seriously.  Simply wow.



I got my copy Obsidian Twilight  last night, Dropbox'ed it for easy viewing on my iPad, and what I saw was damn sweet.  Visually, it looked nice on my netbook, but it was a beauty on my iPad.  LPJ Design really outdid themselves with the presentation.  I would go as fat to say it is visually stunning.  That being said, it would be a beast to print out at home for those that like to do so.  Perhaps Louis can add a "less-frills" version to the file for those that like to hold a copy in their hands.

Obsidian Twilight is a dark world for sure.  Death and the walking dead are everywhere.  Which makes it a huge change from most default game settings.  While made for the Pathfinder rules, I plan on looking at how much work would be necessary to move this to Labyrinth Lord, or Castles & Crusades.

I literally have done little more then read the first chapter and flip through the rest.  I'll give this a  real write up when I  finish reading it.  First glance is extremely promising.  Here's part of the blurb:

Inside this book you will find you’ll need to embark on adventures in the exciting setting of Obsidian Twilight: 
  • 8 new races usable as player characters or NPCs.
  • Over 100 new feats, over 140 new spells and 6 new prestige classes.
  • New equipment, weapons and magic items.
  • New monsters and monster template.
  • Highly detailed regions and history, new organizations to launch your campaign
Players assume the roles of brave adventures facing ultimate evil in the hopes of saving the world, all in a postapocalyptic setting of survival horror and adventure.

You  can download a free preview of Obsidian Twilight here

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