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Arcane Phoenix series: Rings I

Arcane Phoenix series: Rings I

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Through the Arcane Phoenix Series, individual module collections will appear bi-weekly allowing you, the gamer, to collect only the Blank Cards you want to use.
So I felt the best way to help the GM (and the players) was to create a vast selection and an over the top amount of a given type of magical item.


The Phoenix Series will change all that.

Here in the Rings I edition, you have available 30 types of ring oriented body-wear. There are more rings here than in 3-4 combined of the previous series AOTA. Imagine future series as well, Swords I might have 20+ illustrated blank cards of just swords...nothing else. Each of the successive volumes will maintain at an affordable $2-4 depending on the complexity of the project volume.

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June 20th, 2004
The artwork itself is really good and i am looking forward to use it all in my Campaign. The size of the illustrations is perfect, and they print good. All the normal rings are good looking and everyone is unique. You can use them to illustrate alot of [...]
June 8th, 2004
Stunning. The best such product ever made. Nothing else like it in the world. [...]
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May 03, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on May 03, 2004.