The Olympians have spoken and you are to join the ranks of heroes and heroines involved in the Heavenly Contest! The Olympian deities are in a race to find the successor to Zeus’s throne, with the successor acquiring the greatest number of followers. But the gods and goddesses are quite busy, and to shine their light upon the mortals of Hellas requires intervention of a divine scale. Heroic deeds are a must if one is to prove themselves worthy for the gratification of Olympus and the pursuit of seeing their patron deity rise to rulership! Are you strong, brave, and smart enough for the challenge? We will see how you fair against the great beasts of Hellas and the heroes and heroines who support your rival deity. This is the Heavenly Contest. This is Mythos!
In Mythos, you assume the role of a demigod or devoted human of the gods and goddesses of Olympus in a heroic mythological representation of Ancient Greece. Heroes and heroines join in the Heavenly Contest to prove their worth to the deities and spread the word of their patron deity to the mortals of Hellas, in hopes of raising their patron deity to the Olympus throne. Heroes and heroines come from all walks of life, representing their patron deity as adventurers, fighters, hoplites, Olympic athletes, courtesans, sages, and rogues. Through affiliations with deific cults and Mystery Cults, they gain access to great powers and follow the strands of Fate as they travel Hellas in search of their next, grand performance.
Inside Epic Gamemastering you will find:
- An introduction to Hellas and it’s major locations
- GM’s guide to creating epic campaigns
- Random adventure creator
- A collection of epic tales
- A large collection of epic fiends to throw at your heroes
- An introductory adventure
- … and more!
Epic Gamemastering is not a standalone setting and requires the Entropic Gaming System core rulebook. Mechanics for creating characters can be found in the Hero’s Handbook.
Type – RPG Core Setting Guide
Authors – Gilbert Gallo, Aaron T. Huss
System – Entropic Gaming System
Release Date – March 21, 2015