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Dracopedia The Bestiary: An Artist's Guide to Creating Mythical Creatures based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
First off, Great book! A first class level of production and a fascinating read. It lacks some of the "fluff" which can be found in the other books ("Dracopedia" and "Dracopedia: The Great Dragons") which is a little disappointing because I was becoming rather fond of the, seemingly extra, attention to details and the interesting "tid-bits" on each creature. The book dropped a star for me when I found that the Zburator's aerial view (page 150) was actually the Pegasus aerial view again! What happened? This combined with the shortage of "flavor" text took this book to a 4-star for me but I am still very pleased with it.
Excellent book(s) for those who appreciate realistic creatures, not the jewel-studded variety of video game garbage. I had the same problem as Drake_JD, with the Zurberator having the pegasus aerial view, though they did fix it in the second printing, so I will give them credit for addressing the problem before it became a huge issue for a lot of people. Because of how well the author did making the creatures out to be living & breathing creatures we have around today, I bought the other two books of the Dracopedia series, and am very satisfied. No buyers remorse here at all. :)