Truth Beyond Paradox

Truth Beyond Paradox Passion Loss Laughter Fear Truth is a paradox especially when magick is involved To get beyond illusions of reality then a person must reach beyond what we think is possible and find what s really

  • Title: Truth Beyond Paradox
  • Author: Satyros Phil Brucato Seanan McGuire J.F. High Emily Jones S.J. Tucker Ryan Loyd Balogun Ojetade Antonios Rave-N Galatis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: ebook
  • Passion Loss Laughter Fear Truth is a paradox, especially when magick is involved To get beyond illusions of reality, then, a person must reach beyond what we think is possible and find what s really there.Set in the award winning world of Mage The Ascension, the 17 tales featured in this collection span from the bizarre humor of The Theogenesis Gimmick to the achiPassion Loss Laughter Fear Truth is a paradox, especially when magick is involved To get beyond illusions of reality, then, a person must reach beyond what we think is possible and find what s really there.Set in the award winning world of Mage The Ascension, the 17 tales featured in this collection span from the bizarre humor of The Theogenesis Gimmick to the aching loss of Life, the tangled passions of Toxic love, and the grim assurance that Nothing Important Happened Today Hope, betrayal, fury, lust, even the lack of feeling for another s pain it s all part of a realm where magick is real, and reality is magickal.

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    1. This book succeeds where most role playing anthology texts fall flat, in the area of experimentation and authenticity. Normally when I pick up a fiction text attached to a piece of major existing IP the quality of the narrative is less than stellar. There have certainly been exceptions to this rule (P.N. Elrod's I Stradh stands as the greatest exception I can think of), but generally speaking RPG products lean on formulaic predictable fiction in their products. While the stories in Truth Beyond [...]

    2. I'm looking forward to delving into this book full of secrets.So far: We Are the Shadows Cast by the Memory of Giants - A really fun story. An interesting story about Hermetic Order's training. A Secret Place - A fantastic story with an interesting secret. The descriptions in this are very visceral and vivid.

    3. I was blown away by the stories in this book and am honored to be in the company of such talented storytellers.

    4. Aun espero encontrar un setting (¿cosmovisión?) mejor que el de Mage: The Ascension, no sólo hablando de juegos de rol, sino de cualquier mundo ficticio en libro, película o cómic, y esta recopilación de cuentos realizada al marco de la edición del 20 aniversario me lo recuerda; empieza con una historia de La Orden de Hermes y termina con una de la Tecnocracia, en una simetría de los muchos y distintos frentes opuestos desde donde se pelea por el control de La Realidad (el Tellurian).Los [...]

    5. The stories that had something to do with Mage were enjoyable, but a surprising number could have taken place in just about any Urban Fantasy setting. Most of them were good too, but they felt out of place here.

    6. A nifty collection of stories, somewhat subdued compared to the rampant wackiness of "Truth Until Paradox" . . . but very enjoyable, and much more in the spirit of what Mage: The Ascension turned out to be . . .

    7. From a multitude of experiencies, the Magic is alive. Either as a personal, intimate drama, or an spiritual confrontation, the the Awakened world is here. The short tales depicted in this book offer an excellent referencial materialto understand much of the game of Mage: the Ascencion, either as a inner game of personal growth of the mage, focused in their Art, or as an struggle against outer ideas and inescrutable antagonists, where magc makes the diffference between survival or annihilation. A [...]

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