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The free offers keep rolling along! Today’s free PDF is Mage: The Ascension 20th Anniversary Edition. Clocking in at 696 pages, this is one of the biggest books we’ve made!

To clear up some confusion we’ve seen: as the post title says, this is free today. Each offer this week is valid for one day only.

I tell you this: We are Divinity. 

Reality is ours to bend. To subvert. To command. We have that power – all of us.

Not everyone knows what to do with it, or uses it well. Most of us never realize just what it is we are or how much we can do.

Those of us who do… well, some of us are monsters. Manipulators. Parasites. Tyrants. Fanatics.

And the rest of us never see that monster in our own mirror, only in the reflections of those folks who are not “us.” 

Here’s the truth, though: We are ALL “us.” We are ALL gifted, 

We can ALL change the world. Most of us remain asleep. 

A blessed few Awaken. Fewer still use that power wisely. And none without consequences.

And so, reality is up for grabs. Where do you stand?

And will you Fall… or Ascend? 

What’s in it?

  • Updated profiles of the Council of Nine Traditions, the Technocratic Union, and the Disparate Crafts… with many unexpected developments.
  • An epic history of magick and its factions.
  • A compilation and clarification of essential and optional rules, including martial arts, vehicles, hazards, cybernetics, the Otherworlds, and far more besides.
  • Overviews of paradigms, practices and tools – the focus of your Art.
  • Detailed explorations of the epic concepts involved in Mage.
  • Chilling looks at the Nephandi and Marauders.
  • The Nine Spheres, plus their Technocratic variants.
  • Old favorites and new faces from among the Awakened Ones.
  • Reality Zones, Paradox, Quiet, the “coincidental vs. vulgar magick” debate, and far, far more…
  • New full-color original art by Michael William Kaluta, Echo Chernik, Steve Prescott, Christopher Shy, Larry MacDougall, and other classic Mage artists, as well as classic B&W pieces carefully chosen from the earlier editions.

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I have a strong dislike for DriveThru RPG, but free is a good deal.

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