King of Sartar: The Mystery of Argrath; How One Man Became a God

King of Sartar The Mystery of Argrath How One Man Became a God Dragon PassA land where miles long dragons sleep for centuries while cities are built upon their backs Where the tide of the Red Moon sweeps down from the North devouring the forces of earth and win

  • Title: King of Sartar: The Mystery of Argrath; How One Man Became a God
  • Author: Greg Stafford
  • ISBN: 9781929052004
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dragon PassA land where miles long dragons sleep for centuries, while cities are built upon their backs.Where the tide of the Red Moon sweeps down from the North, devouring the forces of earth and wind.And where you can discover the true secret of Argrath, a hero who made a differenceNG OF SARTAR is a collection of ancient Gloranthan manuscripts published for the firstDragon PassA land where miles long dragons sleep for centuries, while cities are built upon their backs.Where the tide of the Red Moon sweeps down from the North, devouring the forces of earth and wind.And where you can discover the true secret of Argrath, a hero who made a differenceNG OF SARTAR is a collection of ancient Gloranthan manuscripts published for the first time It provides an anecdotal chronology of the history of Dragon Pass, from the extermination of all life in the Dragonkill War, its eventual resettlement by humankind, the Lunar Empire s invasion and conquest of the Pass, and finally its liberation by the King of Sartar Fully indexed, with maps.

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    1. Interesting book for the Rune Quest/Glorantha officianado. The book made me want to pull out my copy of Dragon Pass and got me excited for Gods War from Petersen Games. When I got the book I was hoping for something more narrative. Instead it is pseudo academic, told by historians long after the events of the Hero Wars in Glorantha. The beginning has a more fable like quality and then descends into lists of kings and academic discussions. The idea is cool, but I am not so invested in Glorantha m [...]


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