Ars Magica: Mistridge
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Mistridge provides all the information you need to be a storyguide or player in the Mistridge Covenant setting. This book also offers extensive detail on Mythic Europe's Val du Bosque, and allows players the opportunity to create their own characters, or to assume the roles of vastly powerful wizards who have lorded over the covenant for centuries. This book is your means to a fabulous Ars Magica saga!
Author: Kevin Hassal
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