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<div><p class="description">The World is Steeped in Magic. </p><p class="description">It is everywhere and courses through all things. </p><p class="description">Some claim that Magic is fueled by Ether. Others claim it is a Divine gift granted to those chosen by Providence. Still others claim that Magic is not a gift, but a curse. And some claim that Magic is a tool of the Devil, created to further his Infernal ends on earth. </p><p class="description">None of these claims comes close to the Whole Truth. </p><p class="description">Magic is a Force of Nature, whose Secrets all may uncover with Time and Wisdom. Yet Magic is also a Danger to those unwilling to treat it with the Respect such a Force deserves. </p><p class="description">Despite the Danger, some still dare to take up the Study of Magic and to use its Power. Even in this Modern Age, new Discoveries are made about the Workings of Magic. New Insights reveal Power many deemed impossible. Those Discoveries can be found here: spells, witchcraft, talismans, & relics. </p><p class="description">Are you willing to face the Danger and uncover the Secrets of Magic?</p></div>
|Publisher:||Rogue Games, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||8 MB|
About the Author
Richard was once a librarian, and has come a long way from the days when he was the librarian for Harley-Davidson. He spent the first part of his career as a law librarian and worked for two Chicago law firms where he learned a lot about law and law firm culture. This is what drove him to the halls of academia. It was academia which drove him out of the profession, and he now works as a graphic designer, game designer and writer.
Since 1996 Richard has been a freelance writer and designer and has written for Atlas Games, Guardians of Order, Hogshead Publishing, and Zeitgeist Games (just to name a few). In addition he designed two card games (Geek Wars: Battle for the Con and World Championship Dodge Ball) for Goodman Games.
Currently living in Chicago, Illinois with his wife, cat and library of books, Richard is busy working on the historical supernatural horror game Colonial Gothic, Shadow Sword & Spell, and a few other projects.
When not writing in the third-person Richard loves to cook, ride his bike, read, study and play games.