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2/16/2021 6:42 am  #1


Mythic Ireland

Flying Buffalo has released ‘Mythic Ireland – T & T Campaign:

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/346160

I’ve always thought that such a setting would make a great game, but have never got to run one with any system. I also think BoL would be a good fit for a Mythic Ireland game. This product looks like something that could be easily converted to BoL and the price seems reasonable.

I’m tempted!

Last edited by Gruntfuttock (2/16/2021 6:43 am)


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2/17/2021 9:59 am  #2


Re: Mythic Ireland

That's a good find. Might be useful for running some REH based stories similar those involving Bran Mak Morn and Cormac Mac Art.


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5/22/2021 1:21 pm  #3


Re: Mythic Ireland

I read about this when it came out.  I'm really horrible at converting adventures though.  Of course I haven't really tried too hard.


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5/23/2021 5:16 am  #4


Re: Mythic Ireland

I did end up buying this - it's a good product. I haven't done anything with it yet though! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons2/big-grin.png


My Everywhen 1930s Daisy St Clair adventures are coming to 'series end', so it's time to do a new game, but I think it's likely to be either a return to the fantasy Bronze Age with Ayaharsa, or else 17th century France with Captain Treville's Daughter.


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6/02/2021 1:45 am  #5


Re: Mythic Ireland

A may have to think hard about this.  Though there's plenty of Everywhen stuff I still haven't bought.  And the new pulp supplement looks good.  Hurm...

And whichever campaign you choose, they are always entertaining to hear about if you have the time.


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6/02/2021 9:22 am  #6


Re: Mythic Ireland

Thanks for the kind comment on my APs! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons2/goodbye.png


The pulp supplement is really good, and a very good price for all the 1930s goodness included. But the T&T supplement is also good. So it depends what you feel like at the moment - .45s and a martini with a twist, or swords and chariots.


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6/02/2021 12:58 pm  #7


Re: Mythic Ireland

Gruntfuttock wrote:

Thanks for the kind comment on my APs! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons2/goodbye.png


The pulp supplement is really good, and a very good price for all the 1930s goodness included. But the T&T supplement is also good. So it depends what you feel like at the moment - .45s and a martini with a twist, or swords and chariots.

Very true.  And my interests vary widely.  Sometimes over a short period of time.


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