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But mostly? After several years of personal tragedy, heavy workloads, financial and health issues, the occasional resurfacing of past harassment, and so on? My work is done. Maybe not always as well as I could in a perfect world, but keeping things moving forward as best I could. However, the Fantasy AGE line needs someone who really wants to work on it.
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When the game came out last year it was the most demanded addition to the rulebook, which only provided ten or so sample creatures to show what their stat blocks look like. Which is really not much as a basis to easily get an introduction in how to effectively make new monsters for your campaign. Now a dedicated monster book has finally arrived. The description consists of a basic summary of the creature, usually a few paragraphs on making special customized versions of them, and three plot hooks as ideas how the creature can be used in play. This is something that I very much approve of. Unfortunately most of the creatures are not really interesting at all and so it all ends up being pretty uninspiring. Most abilities are stunts which the creature can activate when it rolls two same numbers on its attack roll of 3d6 if I recall correctly.