Sneak Peek!

View a sneak peek of City & Guild, a new supplement for Ars Magica Fifth Edition. This supplement, which will be in stores in December, provides background on the facts of life in the towns of medieval Europe, and rules for craftsmen and traders.

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  1. Finally a Sneak Peak teaser for an Ars Magica product! Sure it's only the Table of Contents and the first paragraph of the Introduction but it's a welcome start - the City & Guild supplement look sintriguing, with many Story ideas.

    I for one would like to continue to see teasers for all Ars Products.

    Keep up the good work Atlas!


  2. Glad you like it. We'll try to do more of this. We have a similar sneak peek lined up for Ancient Magic (which has a rather beefier introduction), which should be appear ing on the site soon.

  3. Minor typo in the works cited list: "Thames and Hudson" in the second-to-last entry has a carriage return in its middle.

    The TOC has certainly gotten me (even) more enthusiastic about this book!

  4. Christmas present!

  5. Just a comment as one of the authors -

    In my professiona life I'm al ibrarian, and one of my jobs is to keep my co-workers up to speed on technologies we are considering using professionally. To this end I needed to start a blog.

    For 30 days, after C&G is offically out, I will go to some difficulty to research and answer a question per day, posed to me about themes that extend the material in C&G. This isn't an Atlas thing (it's a fan thing, and, for me, a professional development thing.)

    If you'd like more information, please see the URL above.

  6. Any chance of a Warehouse 23 preorder link for us Antipodeans who have to endure the travails of UPS mail regardless of shipping date?


    Jarkman (as always)

    I mean Timothy has written something for most supplements released in the last year and he lives in Oz; David the LE lives in Japan... there's a world outside America :)