Journey to Midgard–a world that’s familiar, but not too familiar, but not too not familiar.
Kobold Press’ Midgard is a world of dark magic that’s chock full of the myths and legends of Central Europe. Filed with folklore, this is a setting that has more of a storybook quality to it. Everything seems a little more heightened. It taps into that mystic world that lurks just beyond the periphery of ours, the one that is invoked with every once upon a time. Because it’s built on a backbone of shared stories, it’s easier to immerse yourself in it. If you’re looking to shake up your Pathfinder game, maybe give it a shot of story and song instead of making another misunderstood Gunslinger build, give this book a try.
But, as well you know, you don’t have to take my word for it.
via Kobold Press
Midgard Player’s Guide – $39.99
The Midgard Players Guide includes everything you need to find adventure in the wind-swept plains, frozen crags, and magic-blasted wastes of Midgard—a dark fantasy world flavored with the myths and folklore of Central Europe.
This 176-page hardcover includes:
- Midgardian player character races, including elfmarked, kobolds, and trollkin
- Divine domains, mysteries, spells, and paladin codes
- Arcane schools, leylines, elven high magic, rune magic, and more
- Regional magic items, mounts, and gear
- And much more!
Match wits with Baba Yaga, cross swords with minotaur corsairs, and travel to the Shadow Roads to the glittering courts of the fey. There’s no better time to be a Midgardian hero!
This marks another appearance of Baba Yaga, who was last seen rampaging through 1917 Russia with a band of Pathfinder Heroes fighting both her and Rasputin.