- Sep 2, 2017
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A more recent favorite:
Apparently you can get the PDF hereI always liked the cover art for the slipcase of Hidden Kingdom (the other Arthurian RPG that came out in 1985), but have never been able to wade through the dense rules.
Edit: It also came with two large maps that I figured I'd post here since I doubt many Pubgoers have seen this game.
Pauliina Hannuniemi's art work is some of the most breathtaking fantasy stuff around right now. I absolutely love it, and will unquestioningly back Dolmenwood once the KS goes up.Necrotic Gnome's doing a great job with the art choices. Based on the portfolios Gavin recently announced for his upcoming Dolmenwood setting books, I think those are going to be shown off in a lot of "best art" discussions.
Yes, her work is very reminiscent of Eyvind Earle's art for Disney's Sleeping Beauty. It's enchanting, if I can be cliche. I can't wait to see what she creates for Dolmenwood.
Two fisted tales the Savage world pulp RPG as I recallAnother one where I couldn't find a good image online so snapped a quick photo of my copies: Justice Inc. and the Lands of Mystery supplement both had wonderful covers that perfectly complement their respective subjects. Justice Inc.'s cover was so good another pulp game recycled it 20-odd years later.