By Matthew Power
Demons of the Burning evening contains: * four Pages of colour Maps illustrating the quarter, the isle of Aranmor, and the Peninsula of Fulcrimia. * precise perspectives of town of Tarek Nev, fortresses, palaces and different websites of event. * info at the Races and Creatures who make Aranmor this kind of interesting experience position, together with the scrappy yet diminutive Garks and the flesh-eating moss teenagers of the woods, the Locharrion. * Stats and history details on key figures like V'rama, the chief of the Demons, and the winged Arvi, man-eating reptiles who sail above the ruined urban.
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