Fourscore Phantasmagores by Rupert Bottenberg

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Before heading out to the next RPG adventure, make sure to pack a 20-sided die, character sheets, and Fourscore Phantasmagores. These entities could populate a game with delightfully vile creatures and sinister NPCs (Non-playable Characters).
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Dare you confront a fearsome Uzult in its unholy stronghold? Will you brave the malevolent mists of the Miasmagon? Can you resist the Volupyrie’s tempest of temptation?

Within these pages lurk eighty hitherto unheard-of entities of the imagination, each one vividly described and illustrated. Fourscore Phantasmagores is a compendium of creatures great and small, vile and virtuous, mundane and magical. Creatures of the waters, earth, air, and ether, some sympathetic, others utterly sinister.

Drawing on a diversity of styles and techniques, from the realm of high fantasy and far beyond, artist and writer Rupert Bottenberg conjures up a panoply of preternatural apparitions. It is a rich read for the fantasy aficionado – and a bountiful resource for the role-playing gamer.
 

About Rupert Bottenberg

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Rupert Bottenberg: Rupert Bottenberg is a Montrealer and co-director of the?En Masse art initiative, animation programmer at the Fantasia International?Film Festival, and founder of the Montreal Comix Jams. Bottenberg’s debut book Traumstadtdenken (Éditions Trip, 2012) won that year’s Bédélys Indépendant award. The art and writing of FOURSCORE PHANTASMAGORE is entirely created by him.Rupert Bottenberg: Rupert Bottenberg is a Montrealer and co-director of the?En Masse art initiative, animation programmer at the Fantasia International?Film Festival, and founder of the Montreal Comix Jams. Bottenberg’s debut book Traumstadtdenken (Éditions Trip, 2012) won that year’s Bédélys Indépendant award. The art and writing of FOURSCORE PHANTASMAGORE is entirely created by him.
 
Published May 16, 2017 by ChiGraphic. 96 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Karl Wolff on May 15 2017

Before heading out to the next RPG adventure, make sure to pack a 20-sided die, character sheets, and Fourscore Phantasmagores. These entities could populate a game with delightfully vile creatures and sinister NPCs (Non-playable Characters).

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