When RedBrick LLC started to cooperate with Mongoose Publishing, some of the S&P issues contained Earthdawn content too, cause so far all the other Mongoose products were part of these free E-books. I already reported about the issues which had Earthdawn relevant content over here and here. Unfortunately are the links of my previous articles offline, because of the restart of Mongoose’ homepage. So I thought I write about the Earthdawn relevant issues again and share some working links to the S&P archive.
The Earthdawn relevant issues are:
In this issue you find the Earthdawn content at page 80. The top 3 winners of the Earthdawn adventure resource contest “For the Tear of a Dragon”, “Like Moths to a Flame” and “The Cure for Evil” are presented in this Signs&Portents issue.
The Paragon, a new discipline designed after the Templar Knights of old, created by David Marshall is included in this issue on page 62.
One of my favorite Earthdawn articles of Signs&Portents. Hank Woon and Stephen J Black wrote this article about the Daughters of Heaven, a Cathay only discipline. The special thing of this article is that the full character stats of Su Shen, a protagonist of the Cathay novels, is listed in this issue.
The Earthdawn article in this issue is called “Boons and Banes of Nature”, which details some “bizarre flora and fauna” of Barsaive.
A well done 20 page Kaer adventure called “Buried Truths” written by Carl Walmsley awaits you in this issue. Included maps, descriptions and a cool plot can be found on page 28.
Again it is Carl Walmsley who comes up with an Earthdawn article in this issue of Signs&Portents. The article is called “Twisted Nature” and guess what, “weird animals and plants, all tainted in some way” are presented on page 24.
The whole Signs&Portents archive can be found here