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Adventure! Tales of the Aeon Society

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  72 ratings  ·  5 reviews
In 1922, a new era begins. An era of excitement and imagination. An era when men are forthright and women are courageous. An era of globe-hopping exploration and mad science. An era in which excitement awaits in the lofty skyscraper-penthouses of New York city and the squalid slums of Hong Kong, in the frigid wastes of Antarctica and the sweltering jungles of the congo. It ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published August 20th 2001 by White Wolf Publishing (first published 2001)
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Tim Avers
Apr 20, 2008 Tim Avers rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I actually wrote a part of this book so I probably shouldn't review it. I'm also responsible for getting Warren Ellis involved, for which you are free to either credit or blame me.
Lindsay Stares
Rating is only for the system. The system is super-fun and cute, but the setting as presented... you can basically just skip all that.
Dec 19, 2008 Aldean rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Aldean by: Josh Moldenhauer
Shelves: possessions, rpg
A great stand-alone roleplaying produce (I believe it fits in somehow with Trinity and Aberrant, but I have never sampled either of this extensive product lines), this book layouts a game of classic pulp-style action adventure for those who may enjoy such larks (I know our group had a blast). Excellently packaged, with evocative illustrations and plenty of flavor to get you ready for a rough-housing romp through a cryptful of Nazis or a race against time to diffuse a bomb aboard a burning dirigi ...more
Brian Ridge
Great setting and the book just ooozes pulpy goodness. The system, however, is White Wolf's Storyteller system, which could be good or bad depending on one's preferences. I don't care for it, so I use this book for a setting and the Spirit of the Century rules set.
Liz Rogers
I have the d10 version.

Very good RPG! Hard to find a copy of the d10 version.
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Has written comics & graphic novels, books, journalism, animation, tv, film, videogames and anything else that looks like it might pay a bill or buy whisky.

Second novel, GUN MACHINE, due from Mulholland Books in autumn of 2012.

First non-fiction book due from FSG in 2014.

Currently a weekly columnist for VICE UK.


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