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Akrasia, la Voleuse d'Instants

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A temple in disrepair looms out of the mist. As you approach, you notice that the debris results not so much from ruin as disinterest. It appears that grandiose plans have disolved due to insufficient money, time or will.It seems a shame; the structure could have been so beautiful. A nagging thought crosses your mind. Could this be the work of Akrasia, the Goddess of Distr ...more
Published (first published June 15th 2001)
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Nicolas Ronvel
Dec 28, 2009 rated it liked it
Acheté à un euro, voilà un bon investissement pour tisser une toile de fond dans une campagne de med-fan, facilement adaptable à tout type d'univers, et même de système. La déesse présente (Akrasia, déesse des instants perdus) est très intéressante, tout comme les membres de son clergé. Certaines caractéristiques techniques du livre sont à revoir pour bien intégrer tout ça à son univers de campagne, mais l'inspiration est là.

En tout cas, il y a de grandes chances de retrouver Akrasia dans mes Te
Ned Leffingwell
This is an interesting supplement for d20 roleplaying games. It involves the goddess Akrasia, who causes people to waste time and squander their ambition. Apparently, it is Akrasia who travels around college dorm rooms and delivers bags of weed and xboxes.

As an rpg supplement, this is a mixed bag. Akrasia's powers and the adventures described in the book are extremely subtle. There are interesting ideas, but if a DM has a group who is used to action then it may be best to look elsewhere. I will
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