They are more than objects. . .
They are dreams made of wood, glass, and metal.
Impossible wonders you can hold in your hands.
- Adrian Delacroix
The land of Gaïa is ancient, and artifacts from eras long past can still be found in the forgotten corners of the world. Prometheum Exxet is a thorough compendium of some of the most powerful objects that have managed to survive the countless conflicts of Gaïa and the ravages of time. Prometheum Exxet: The Supernatural Artifacts, a supplement for Anima: Beyond Fantasy, is now via download at drivethrurpg.com and rpgnow.com.
Relics of a Lost Age
Centuries ago, supernatural artifacts were an established feature of day-to-day life for the inhabitants of Gaïa. Whole civilizations once built their societies around the use of such potent magical objects. Unfortunately, after the War of God, most of these items were destroyed or drained of their power. Magical artifacts are still created and traded throughout the land, but creations on par with the objects from Gaïa’s past are few and far between. Most of today’s most talented and knowledgable artificers know only a tiny fraction of the knowledge that has been lost to time. The Order of Magus and the Black Sun still create and trade in mystical objects, and some individuals still possess the skills to create wondrous devices. Still, the greatest artifacts—those whose mere existence shakes Gaïa to its very core—are all relics of a lost age.
Prometheum Exxet gives players the chance to experiment with magic items, from those of minor magical significance to those that contain godlike power, and everything in between. Each of these items is not a mere tool, but has its own tale to tell of its creation and history. Players can now create their own mystic objects to use in crafting their own stories.
Prometheum Exxet: The Supernatural Artifacts is available now, so head over to drivethrurpg.com or rpgnow.com to download your copy!. Then, forge your own legendary artifacts, and delve deeper into the history of Gaïa by exploring ancient relics of days past!...
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