ⓘ Fantasy Masters Codex contains an index to all The Fantasy Trip materials published through 1980, lists of the talents, spells, magic items, potions and equipme ..

                                     

ⓘ Fantasy Masters Codex

Fantasy Masters Codex contains an index to all The Fantasy Trip materials published through 1980, lists of the talents, spells, magic items, potions and equipment - each sorted several ways - a DX adjustment table, a table of saving throws and listings of jobs, races and monsters.

                                     

1. Reception

William A. Barton reviewed Fantasy Masters Codex in The Space Gamer No. 41. Barton commented that "While the index to TFT is quite useful and should have been released separately at a lower price, what Metagaming seems to have done with The Fantasy Masters Codex 1981 is too little for too much."

                                     
  • Nocturne City and Iron Codex series Mercedes Lackey Elves on the Road universe and the slightly steampunk Elemental Masters books Charles de Lint
  • as it does not appear anywhere on the module itself. 2301 - The Fantasy Master s Codex Originally called the TFT Yearbook, this was planned to be a supplement
  • Religious themes appear in fantasy fiction, including literature, film and television. These themes may be expressed directly, or through allegory and
  • fantasy authors, authors known for writing works of fantasy fantasy literature, or related genres of magic realism, horror fiction, science fantasy
  • Apprentice Lois Mc Master Bujold s Chalion series Emma Bull s War for the Oaks Aleksandr Bushkov s Svarog series Jim Butcher s Codex Alera series Trudi
  • Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, including Dungeon Master s Guide II, Lords of Madness, Frostburn, and Red Hand of Doom. He also wrote Fiendish Codex I: Hordes
  • concluded: In later days The Fear Codex will be the work from where research into Australian horror and dark fantasy will start. Stevens lived again in
  • Gygaxian Fantasy World series. The series was launched with The Canting Crew, by Gary Gygax, in 2001. Shortly thereafter TLG published the Codex of Erde
  • is missing two vital pages from the Codex The pages are the Final Summoning, needed by him to return his masters the Dark Elders, to earth... and so
  • Pictish fantasy literature, predominantly in the fantasy subgenre of mythic fiction. Holdstock broke into print in 1968. His science fiction and fantasy works
  • Codex Alera is a fantasy book series by Jim Butcher. The series chronicles the coming - of - age of a young man named Tavi in the realm of Alera, an empire