ⓘ Bloodchant was designed by Troy Christensen, with interior art by Amanda Dee, Mike Semsel and Mike Barnes, and cover art by Amanda Dee. The boxed set contains: ..

                                     

ⓘ Bloodchant

Bloodchant was designed by Troy Christensen, with interior art by Amanda Dee, Mike Semsel and Mike Barnes, and cover art by Amanda Dee. The boxed set contains:

  • 8.5" x 11" hex map
  • 5.5" x 8.5" rulebook
  • 8.5" x 11" world map
  • a sheet of counters

This supplement uses the rules system first published in Bloodbath, and focuses on magic.

                                     

1. Reception

In the May 1993 edition of Dragon Issue #193, Lester Smith reviewed both Bloodchant and its parent game Bloodbath. He had been ambivalent about Bloodbath, and said of Bloodchant that it was "no better or worse than its predecessor." He still found the level of writing and editing as poor in this product as it had been in Bloodbath, saying, "The text is still barbaric pun intended." He concluded, "As a parent, I won’t be sharing the game with my children, and I’d be a bit nervous if I saw them coming home with a copy, just on the basis of its presentation."

                                     
  • In 1992 he released two short role - playing books called Bloodbath and Bloodchant Both of the books described gruesome and sometimes powerful visuals of
  • In 1988, T.C. International published a supplement to Bloodbath called Bloodchant In the May 1993 edition of Dragon Issue 193 Lester Smith was ambivalent