Lunars: The Manual Of Exalted Power
|Rating||:||4.64 (533 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||234 Pages|
"A Caste Book, Focusing On One 'Character Class' In The Series"
"Finally, the Lunars seem to have remembered which gameworld they're in." according to Wilhelm Ritter. I can't really speak to the mechanical improvements, since I have yet to play a lunar character in a game, but the backstory alone is an enormous improvement over 1st ed. Back then, Lunars were like a bunch of old World o' Darkness were____s that had wandered into the wrong gameworld--they hated civilization, preferring the 'purity' of the 'barbarians.' Conan plus anarcho-primitivism, how appealing. That, and the old rules made Lunars probably the least popular Exalt type book in the old edition.Now, however, the Lunar backstory and culture are free of fantasy cliches (ie 'Barbarians') and sure to provide great kernels. Excellent Lunar come back GUILLERMO S. FERNANDEZ Well I must first say that english is not my native language so please forgive me if I make mistakes. Thanks.Now as for the Lunar Exalted Book. WOAW. Simple.They completely erradicated all the mistakes of the Lunars First Edition.Now Lunars are complete characters full of options and with a nice setting, nice background, history, great Knacks, Charms, Gifts and Fury stuff. Excellent new backgrounds, details on what they been doing this last centuries. A good reasoning of the Wyld core in all Lunar Essences. A great explanation of why they need the moonsilver ink tattoos and their restrictions. Also the Thousand Rivers . "Much Improved" according to Alex P. Black. A vast improvement over its First Edition predecessor. Rather than savage barbarians dwelling at the edges of shaped existence, this book offers the a vision of the Lunars as Stewards of Creation. The Silver Pact now consists of diverse factions, many of which not only tolerate the existence of civilization, but who have actively participated in creation and behind-the-scenes oversight of city states and republics. This new take on the Lunar Exalted adds much needed depth to the Children of the Moon, as well as making it possible to play a wide variety of potential characters, beyond the city-hating, civilization-smash