Tour the sights of the Hyborian Age in The Art of Conan!
Modiphius has announced the release of The Art of Conan Sourcebook in PDF, a brand new supplement for the Conan: Adventures in Age Undreamed of RPG.
This fantastic new sourcebook compiles the best of the luscious art from all the Conan sourcebooks and features work from the likes of Brom, Simon Bisley, and Gio Baroni, and is available right now on Modiphius.net and DriveThruRPG.com.
Purchasers on Modiphius.net will receive a code which offsets the cost of the PDF against any future purchase of the equivalent print product, while buyers on DTRPG can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of a similar offer. Now on with the details!
KNOW, OH PRINCE, THAT BETWEEN THE YEARS WHEN THE OCEANS DRANK ATLANTIS AND THE GLEAMING CITIES, AND THE YEARS OF THE RISE OF THE SONS OF ARYAS, THERE WAS AN AGE UNDREAMED OF…
The Art of Robert E. Howard’s Conan: Adventures in an Age Undreamed Of features a selection of some of the most incredible art associated with the classic barbarian hero ever assembled into one set of covers. With one of the most successful gaming Kickstarter campaigns of all time, Conan set out to be the definitive treatment of Conan in games: central to that was recruiting a stellar lineup of artists for covers and interior illustrations. The Art of Conan presents a variety of art drawn from the incredible core rulebook and the expansive line of sourcebooks and supplements, organized by book, allowing players and fans of amazing sword-and-sorcery art to enjoy this fantastic art on its own.
- Stunning art from new and renowned Conan artists.
- Beautiful two-page spreads of cover art, interior illustrations, and archetype images.
- Heroic vistas, exotic places, gorgeous landscapes, and thrilling action sequences.
- Monstrous creatures from and inspired by the Conan stories.
Though The Art of Conan contains no game rules or content, the art contained within is suitable for any fans of incredible fantasy art and especially for fans of Robert E. Howard’s epic adventurer, Conan the Barbarian.