“Pulp adventure with noir intrigue.” We review the new Eberron campaign setting and adventure book from Wizards of the Coast about a world that needs heroes, but the stories don’t always end happily.
Additional notes from Mike: All dragonmarks manifest magically on a person. Usually in adolescence, but it’s not a hard rule. A few points from the author’s blog: “The most reliable way to produce an aberrant mark is to mix the bloodlines of two different dragonmarked houses. [...] The powers granted by the [true dragonmarks] are largely constructive or positive in nature, while the powers of an aberrant mark are largely destructive or disturbing.”
And House Phiarlan would be a better Disney fit.
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