City of the Gods: Map Pack

City of the Gods: Map Pack

City of the Gods: Map Pack

I’m a fan of the Catalyst All-System Series.

This one nearly slipped by me!

“Ever wanted to take your players to meet the gods?

Now you can with the City of the Gods: Map Pack.

Usable with any role-playing system this product presents a realm where all the gods of Earth reside; Greek, Egyptian, Babylonian, Celtic, Asian and many other Pantheons all dwell in this mystical realm. The City of the Gods is where they all meet, plot, plan and fight for dominion.”

Read more:

http://www.tunnelsandtrolls.com/catalystallsystems/cityofthegodsmappack.shtml

The Map Pack has something else going for it, two somethings really…

Read more:

Mythic Tales: City of the Gods Anthology 1

Mythic Tales: City of the Gods Anthology 1

Mythic Tales: City of the Gods Anthology 1

“A new anthology that includes new stories and art by Ken St André, Liz Danforth and Steve Crompton.

A collection of new illustrated stories featuring many of the gods of myth and legend.

Travel to Olympus, the Celtic Realm, the Grand Pyramid of Horus and walk the streets of the City of the Gods.”

Read more:

http://www.tunnelsandtrolls.com/catalyst….nthology1.shtml

City of the Gods: Forgotten

City of the Gods: Forgotten

City of the Gods: Forgotten

“Some jobs feel like they last for eternity, but in D’Molay’s case they actually do.

Granted longevity and trapped in a timeless city governed by all the old gods of Earth, D’Molay makes a fateful choice to assist a hapless girl. He slowly discovers she is far more than she even knows and starts to suspect she has some kind of connection to a huge beast ravaging the Olympian realm.”

http://www.tunnelsandtrolls.com/catalystallsystems/cityofthegodsforgotten.shtml

Follow the links to find out more.

Cheers
-dekh

PS. so who are M.Scott Verne & Wynn Mercere anyway?

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6 thoughts on “City of the Gods: Map Pack

  1. Who are Verne and Mercer? That would be telling . . . but it’s fair to say they are both pseudonyms and that they’re both on twitter.com and that I know them both in real life. Verne is actually a member of Trollhalla, and his identity should be easy enough to guess.
    –Ken

    • Any Mythic Tales you order in the next 25 days will be signed by Ken, We have the first 50 signed & numbered and there are still enoujgh left for you to order and get a signed copy. I just wouldn’t wait too long. Go to http://www.mythictales.com and click on the picture of the book at the top of the page. It will take you right to the collectible version of the book on Amazon that is signed. Price is $10.95 (which is the regular retail price,) so there is no extra charge for the signature.

  2. Oh, a mystery. Anyway, I like the Catalyst All-System Series. Maybe someone will use it as a guide to write a new solo for me to play. I’m interested in Mythic Tales, but I want it autographed.

  3. T&T FAN REVIEWS CITY of the GODS NOVEL

    Jimmy Walker a long time T&T Fan and Flying Buffalo Insider was one of the first T&T fans to get a chance to read the City of the Gods. He doesn’t post at Trollhalla, but he gave permission to post his review here.

    Jaimmy Walker says: “I finished reading this and knew I had to put the word out to everyone who enjoys fine fantasy literature. I hope you can get a copy, and enjoy it as much as I did. Enjoy the review, but get the book, it’s way more fun. LOL.

    City of the Gods: Forgotten
    By M. Scott Verne & Wynn Mercere,
    From the first, page CotG: Forgotten is packed with action, intrigue, and romance. In the course of this adventure, you will meet gods, heroes, and fantastic beasts from several different mythologies. Each character is written smartly and entertainingly, with personality quirks that set them apart from the standard run of the mill fantasy paradigms. OK, that is it for the standard literary bally-hoo. Let us get to the meat of the matter: Is it fun to read?

    I can say without reservation that I had a blast reading this book, though it is a long one, its chock full of good writing, great action, and constantly twisting plot complications. The illustrations set the atmosphere of the world; using a combination of old world fine art and new age fantasy art. Recommending this to fans of mythology, fantasy, and good action and adventure stories is required, not just desired.

    Do not get me wrong, this is not great literature. Cervantes will not have to worry about his station in the pantheon of great literary writers. Shakespeare need not watch his backsides. I would think, however, that Stephen King and Piers Anthony might have to take care to avoid direct confrontation with these two story smiths. If you like good fantasy, if you are a fan of Lord of the Rings or Xanth or Andre Norton, you should definitely check out City of the Gods: Forgotten. I personally think you will be left wishing you had the sequel to start on right away, instead of waiting for its publication. Yes, there will be a sequel. All good fantasy requires expansion. It is in the nature of the beast. Do yourself a favor and get your copy as soon as you can, either for Kindle or in hard copy form. I will be keeping this one for the family library so that we will all be able to enjoy it again and again.”

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