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Author Topic: Can Anyone Tell Me About The Newest Version of Covenants for Ars Magica?  (Read 227 times)


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I have the original version of Covenants for Ars Magic, and it's one of my favorite supplements for any RPG. Mostly this is due to the example covenants in the book. Has anyone gotten hold of the recently released update/revision of this book? How good is the book? Does it still include the example covenants (Doissetep, Val-Negra, etc.)? If it doesn't, that will really sway me against buying the book.
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4e definitely has an Old School feel. If you disagree, cool. I won't throw any hyperbole out to prove the point.