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New Olympus: The Armageddon Girl Companion Paperback – March 17, 2014
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Good book, very worth it if you liked the rest of the series.
None of the main characters from the books show up, other than just a sentence or two.
Other than the short fiction there is some of the gaming material that C.J. was working on when he took time out to start writing fiction in the setting. This is good stuff, although I guess it is for a narrower audience. One thing that he doesn't get into was how his super-heroes would do if opposed by magicians from a high-power campaign. From what I remember of original D&D or early AD&D, those mages would be powerful opponents. Really high-power mages are somewhat rare in my own Glory Road system but the team of magicians that put Taizher Woo on the throne of The Empire of the Sun might have been a match for some Neo-Olympians.