The Faerie Ring: Along the Twisting Way (Prelude)

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The Faerie Ring: Along the Twisting Way (Prelude)

Nail down the furniture, and hide the children... the fey are coming! The Faerie Ring is almost here, but before you meet the fey lords and their servitors within this new series, you need to get up to speed with The Faerie Ring: Along the Twisting Way Prelude.

What are the fey? Where do they come from? Why do they torment you so? Most cultures easily rattle off stories of the fey, portraying them in the most colorful of ways. On the surface, the tales seem little more than entertainment and whimsy, perhaps a moral interjected here and there. More often than not, they are so contradictory or ridiculous as to be easily dismissed. However, if you look long enough, you eventually realize that the fey are simply more diverse and complicated than previously imagined. The fey arent like you and me.

In this book, youll find:

  • Secrets of the fey laid bare
  • Fey origin myths, philosophies, and social habits
  • Wonders of the Preternatural Planes
  • Glimpses into twisted, fey thought processes
  • New subtypes of fey
  • Evidence of fey lords, their demesnes, and their servitors
  • And more of the craziness that can only come from the fey

The Faerie Ring brings you the worlds of the fey. From the fey lords to those that serve them. Their lands, their magics, their machinations. Everything a GM needs to bring a fresh dose of fey to a game. And for players, there are playable fey races, feats, incantations, and more. The Faerie Ring: Along the Twisting Way Prelude is merely the beginning of the journey.

The Faerie Ring: Along the Twisting Way Prelude is a high quality, full-color, web-optimized, 14-page pdf from Zombie Sky Press. It uses the Open Game License and the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatibility License. It is compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and standard 3.5E fantasy RPGs.

Foreword by Jeff Grubb; Design by Scott Gable (with Wolfgang Baur and Joshua Stevens on upcoming chapters); Illustration by Julie Dillon and Crystal Frasier; Editing by John Rateliff.

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