Wednesday, June 4, 2014

PWWO: Print Edition, Complete Vivimancer

I recently picked up a copy of +Gavin Norman's The Complete Vivimancer in print.
The book is very much like the PDF but nicer to have. Yeah I know I am a champion of PDFs but books are just nice to have.

The font, according to Gavin, is Tiny. He is not kidding. But I still found it readable even without my glasses.  So well in fact that I wish I had reduced the font of Eldritch Witchery a little more.

I discussed the Complete Vivimancer before so I won't go over that detail here.

The book is roughly the same size as my Eldritch Witchery and +Dyson Logos's Magical Theorems & Dark Pacts. 

They all also look good next their "spiritual god-father" Eldritch Wizardry.

And they fit in nicely with Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea and other Old-School games I am currently using.

Welcome to my "Frequently Used Shelf" Gavin!
+Nathan Irving there is room for the Basic Illusionist there too.


Nathan Irving said...

Peer pressure!

Timothy S. Brannan said...

I think of it more as peer motivation.

Though looking at that picture it looks like that one of my copies Swords and Wizardry is gone. gonna have to check to see if one of my sons has it.

Gerall Kahla said...

I'm completely loving the _Basic Illusionist_ book! The choice to get a copy rattled off at Kinko's is great...

Now, to investigate the Vivimancer.

Timothy S. Brannan said...

The Vivimancer is a great, fun book.

I am willing to wait on the "Complete" Basic Illusionist when it comes to print.

Unknown said...

Do you have a list of your most used shelf

Timothy S. Brannan said...

Most used:

Basic Fantasy
Labyrinth Lord
Labyrinth Lord - Advanced
Spellcraft & Swordplay
The Witch
Eldritch Witchery
Swords & Wizardry
Fantastic Heroes and Witchery
B/X Companion and B/X Adventurer
Some Monster books
Castles & Crusades
Above it are all my current in use D&D books.