Magic of Incarna

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Magic of Incarna

Post by Oblivion on Thu Jan 16, 2014 3:45 pm

Like their in-completion Path of War project did for Book of Nine Swords, Dreamscarred Press - the company that brought Psionics to Pathfinder - has turned their next attention to reviving another beloved but sadly undersupported product from 3.5: Incarnum. It's in development and playtesting now - check it out!

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Luminiere Solas wrote:i don't get why people see D&D or it's derivatives as medieval european.

you have medieval knights wearing rennaiscane era armor, wielding roman era falcatas, worshipping greek gods, traveling with native american shamans wearing the hides of saharan beasts, who transform into prehistoric dinosaurs who are accompanied by modern japanese schoolgirls wielding Tokugawa Era Daisho and Wearing black pajamas, and old men wearing robes and pointed hats who chant mathematical equations to control reality, on a journey to kill brain eating space aliens, giant sentient firebreathing spellcasting reptiles and sentient jello.

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