Forgotten Pacts - Joseph A. McCullough (Paperback)

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Description

A campaign supplement for "Frostgrave," offering new scenarios, an expanded bestiary, and additional warband options.

Product Details

Barcode
9781472815774
Department
Books
Released
17 Nov 2016
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Joseph A. McCullough
Dmitry Burmak (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Osprey Pub Co
Series
Frostgrave
Language
English
Number of Pages
64
Dimensions
242 x 190mm (242g)

Summary

A campaign supplement for Frostgrave, offering new scenarios, an expanded bestiary, and additional warband options.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Fantasy
BISAC Subject 1
Fiction / Fantasy / Epic
BISAC Subject 2
Fiction / Action & Adventure
BISAC Subject 3
Games / Role Playing & Fantasy
BIC Classification 1
Role-playing, war games & fantasy sports
Dewey Classification
813

Author Bio

Joseph A. McCullough is the author of several non-fiction books including A Pocket History of Ireland, Zombies: A Hunter's Guide, and Dragonslayers: From Beowulf to St. George. In addition, his fantasy short stories have appeared in various books and magazines such as Black Gate, Lords of Swords, and Adventure Mystery Tales. He is also the creator of the wargame, Frostgrave: Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City, and co-wrote The Grey Mountains, a supplement for the Middle-Earth Role-Playing game.

Dmitry Burmak is a freelance artist from Moscow, Russia. After graduating as an engineer, he decided to change his career plans and took another degree in Fine Art. Dmitry started as an artist in the video games industry and now works as a freelance illustrator with his wife Kate, who is also an artist. Dmitry specializes in fantasy and sci-fi art for roleplaying games, card games and video games.

Review Quotes

"It's a nicely laid out supplement--as all of the Frostgrave stuff is." - Miniature Wargames

"Excellent supplement . . . Forgotten Pacts is produced in the same style as the Frostgrave rulebook and features more stunning full-page fantasy art." - Boing Boing