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Book Title: The Witchfire Trilogy, Collected Edition (Iron Kingdoms)|
The author of the book: J.M. Martin
ISBN 13: 9781933362045
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Edition: Privateer Press
Date of issue: November 15th 2005
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Set your next adventure in the world of the Iron Kingdoms. The Witchfire Trilogy provides the perfect entry point to the popular and award-winning Iron Kingdoms campaign setting.
This standalone campaign adventure for characters of levels 1-7 (or higher) contains monsters, locales, magical creations, firearms, and intriguing characters to introduce players to western Immoren.
The Witchfire Trilogy Collected Edition brings together the original award-winning trilogy of The Longest Night, Shadow of the Exile, and The Legion of Lost Souls, updates them to the d20 3.5 revision rules edition, and includes two additional bridge adventures to keep players adventuring in and around Corvis, the City of Ghosts.
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Read information about the authorWorked at Caliber — publishers of The Crow, Deadworld, The Realm, Kabuki, and more — in the '90s; while there, Martin wrote 18 issues of the fantasy series, Legendlore, and co-created a game based on Todd McFarlane's SPAWN universe. Also an ENnie-award-winning managing editor for Privateer Press (2001-2005).
Martin edited the Stabby award-winning Blackguards: Tales of Assassins, Mercenaries, and Rogues and has written stories in anthologies such as Sails & Sorcery, Dark Heroes, Manifesto UF, Neverland’s Library, and At Hell's Gates. He's also co-writer of the supernaturally weird Western series, Dead West. In 2013, he created Ragnarok Publications (www.ragnarokpub.com) along with Tim Marquitz. He left Ragnarok in August 2017 to pursue freelance editing and writing.