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M20 The Rich Bastard’s Guide to Magick
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
by A customer [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/11/2022 19:22:03

I was disappointed by this title.

The 'examination of money and mage society' was superficial and to be honest, banal. The ideas of what Wealth means, suggests writers that are all under 30 and have never had any contact with actually wealth people. There are NO offerings for Primal Utility, except a weakening, in that now you can use ordinary Prime to interact with Primal Utility. If there was anything actually using the concepts of Hypereconomics, I must have missed them. The 'movers and shakers' promissed were - again - superficial and unexciting. Nothing that couldn't be made up in half an hour. The High-Ticket Items promissed, are a mix of boring Marvel rip-offs, useless, impractical garbage, and the potentially game breaking Crucible of Thig.

I was so excited when I first noticed this title. Upon actually reading it, I was in turn disappointed and bored. My only ray of hope is the knowledge that this is not the final product. It could still be saved. But I won't be holding my breath.

PS: If asked if I could recommend it, my answer would be NO!. And then the offer of this link: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/145973/Shadowrun-Corporate-Shadowfiles?term=corporate+shadowfiles - it's a better book by far.



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