Strange Magic Archive

  • Strange Magic Items – Truenaming This expansion for the stellar, critically-acclaimed Strange Magic-book clocks in at 12 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 10 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Wait…before we do: In case you haven’t noticed: My name’s on that cover. I am one of the authors of this book. I am writing these lines since I was explicitly asked to by some of my readers. Hence, this will not be a review – there will be no rating or the like – consider this, instead, to be basically a kind of overview of what’s in this pdf, all right? As such, I will try to take out as much […]

    Strange Magic Items – Truenaming

    Strange Magic Items – Truenaming This expansion for the stellar, critically-acclaimed Strange Magic-book clocks in at 12 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 10 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Wait…before we do: In case you haven’t noticed: My name’s on that cover. I am one of the authors of this book. I am writing these lines since I was explicitly asked to by some of my readers. Hence, this will not be a review – there will be no rating or the like – consider this, instead, to be basically a kind of overview of what’s in this pdf, all right? As such, I will try to take out as much […]

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  • Strange Magic Unchained: Variant Multiclassing This pdf clocks in at 6 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 4 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This little pdf does pretty much what it says on the tin – it takes the Strange Magic-classes and translates them to the variant multiclassing system used introduced in Pathfinder Unchained.   The Breakdancer gets score and rhythm at 3rd level and qualifies for a breakdancer talent at 7th level, though only one to which a 3rd level breakdancer can qualify. 11th, 15th and 19th level go a similar way, expanding the options of the score -and yes, here we also have maximum level-requirements.   The Cantor needs […]

    Strange Magic Unchained: Variant Multiclassing

    Strange Magic Unchained: Variant Multiclassing This pdf clocks in at 6 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 4 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This little pdf does pretty much what it says on the tin – it takes the Strange Magic-classes and translates them to the variant multiclassing system used introduced in Pathfinder Unchained.   The Breakdancer gets score and rhythm at 3rd level and qualifies for a breakdancer talent at 7th level, though only one to which a 3rd level breakdancer can qualify. 11th, 15th and 19th level go a similar way, expanding the options of the score -and yes, here we also have maximum level-requirements.   The Cantor needs […]

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  • Ultimate Antipodism – Drawn from Light and Darkness Ultimate Antipodism is a massive book of 93 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page SRD, leaving us with a whopping 90 pages, so let’s take a look!   First: What is this book? Well, one could assume this to be the unofficial fourth part of Strange Magic, seeing how this basically represents a massive, non-vancian casting system and classes based on it. Antipodism is all about light and darkness and the things in-between – instead of the linear progression that characterized shadow magic in 3.X, antipodism is more about combos and the oscillation between light and dark. The concept was pioneered in the edgewalker rogue/assassin/shadowdancer-y class, then expanded […]

    Ultimate Antipodism – Drawn from Light and Darkness

    Ultimate Antipodism – Drawn from Light and Darkness Ultimate Antipodism is a massive book of 93 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page SRD, leaving us with a whopping 90 pages, so let’s take a look!   First: What is this book? Well, one could assume this to be the unofficial fourth part of Strange Magic, seeing how this basically represents a massive, non-vancian casting system and classes based on it. Antipodism is all about light and darkness and the things in-between – instead of the linear progression that characterized shadow magic in 3.X, antipodism is more about combos and the oscillation between light and dark. The concept was pioneered in the edgewalker rogue/assassin/shadowdancer-y class, then expanded […]

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  • Strange Magic The following text will deviate a bit from my usual reviews. This is a massive 333 page book, 1 page front cover, 2 pages ToC, 1 page editorial/thank you, 1 page SRD, 1 page backer list, leaving this as a massive 327 page monster.   As you may realize upon looking at the cover, I am one of the contributing authors to this massive tome, so yes, in this case I may be considered biased by some of you out there.   It should be noted, though, that this massive book’s magic systems have ALL been released (and reviewed!) a LONG time before I had even an inkling I’d be working on this book, much less that I’d […]

    Strange Magic

    Strange Magic The following text will deviate a bit from my usual reviews. This is a massive 333 page book, 1 page front cover, 2 pages ToC, 1 page editorial/thank you, 1 page SRD, 1 page backer list, leaving this as a massive 327 page monster.   As you may realize upon looking at the cover, I am one of the contributing authors to this massive tome, so yes, in this case I may be considered biased by some of you out there.   It should be noted, though, that this massive book’s magic systems have ALL been released (and reviewed!) a LONG time before I had even an inkling I’d be working on this book, much less that I’d […]

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  • Ultimate Truenaming This massive pdf clocks in at 104 pages, a total of 101 being content, so let’s take a look…   …wait. A quick note before:   DISCLAIMER: I was a contributing author for this book. I also provided some editing, so yes, I am involved with this project. Beyond that, though, there’s a reason why this review exists in the first place and that would be that I had no part whatsoever in making the basic system. The truenamer originally debuted in “Libram of the First Language,” which I reviewed long before anything like Strange Magic or my involvement with it was even contemplated in the first place. This, the basic system was so good, it would have […]

    Ultimate Truenaming

    Ultimate Truenaming This massive pdf clocks in at 104 pages, a total of 101 being content, so let’s take a look…   …wait. A quick note before:   DISCLAIMER: I was a contributing author for this book. I also provided some editing, so yes, I am involved with this project. Beyond that, though, there’s a reason why this review exists in the first place and that would be that I had no part whatsoever in making the basic system. The truenamer originally debuted in “Libram of the First Language,” which I reviewed long before anything like Strange Magic or my involvement with it was even contemplated in the first place. This, the basic system was so good, it would have […]

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  • Ultimate Composition The second massive sourcebook in Interjection games’ Strange Magic-series of massive books clocks in at 95 pages of content, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page SRD, leaving us with a massive 92 pages of content, so let’s take a look, shall we?   FULL DISCLOSURE: As the credits tell you, I acted as editor for this book. I worked on other parts of Strange Magic and was compensated for my work. That being said, I reviewed the Maestro and its expansions and thus the system this is based on long before I was involved in any way with this project. I did not contribute material to this book. I do not consider my judgment compromised […]

    Ultimate Composition

    Ultimate Composition The second massive sourcebook in Interjection games’ Strange Magic-series of massive books clocks in at 95 pages of content, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page SRD, leaving us with a massive 92 pages of content, so let’s take a look, shall we?   FULL DISCLOSURE: As the credits tell you, I acted as editor for this book. I worked on other parts of Strange Magic and was compensated for my work. That being said, I reviewed the Maestro and its expansions and thus the system this is based on long before I was involved in any way with this project. I did not contribute material to this book. I do not consider my judgment compromised […]

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