Their name alone is the embodiment of the spirit of the ancestry of the Human kind. Rhul is the dwarven kingdom, and Ios is the elven. The trollkin inhabit the Wild area outside of the Kingdom walls in the Thornwood, and care little for the technology of the new world. The Continent of Immoren lies in the world known as Caen. Western Immoren is the home of the Iron Kingdoms and the other races. At a time known as the Rivening to the elven kind, the whole of eastern Immoren was desolated by great changes in climate, and what was once a small desert had erupted into a vast wasteland known as the Bloodstone Marches.
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They priced their products reasonably I might even say cheap, given the amazingly high quality of their work and waited for the market data to roll in. Fast forward a few years later: Iron Kingdoms has been a fantastic success in the industry. Now, Privateer is able to be a bit more bold with its pricing because they know that their product is in demand and that they have secured themselves a reputation amongst the gamer population as a producer of high-quality material.
The Monsternomicon vol. It sold for the same price. Yeah, this book is more expensive. Am I gonna pay that much for it? I think the pricing for Vol. This is closer to what I would expect for a high-quality product like this one. Everyone his opinion: I do think that it is not true that "twice as much detail, flavour, and work" were put into vol. You are right about every single monster, but there are only 50 in this book!
I offered in summa more monster content. If you are into setting information, this is your book. If you just look for the very detailed monsters, And yes: WotC books offer more graphical quality, even though the readability of vol.
II drastically increased thanks to a different fonts choice. So I enjoy every single monster entry and yet feel irritated about the second part of the book and the price tag.
Iron Kingdoms: Monsternomicon Volume 2