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Book of Feasts (Nocturnal Media)Nocturnal Media has released the latest expansion for Greg Stafford’s excellent King Arthur Pendragon roleplaying game and the focus is on one of the most important social events of the realm: feasts. The Book of Feasts introduces new game mechanics (and even a mini-game) to flesh out the roleplaying possibilities, and adventure opportunities, of player knights as they attend feasts held by various lords and ladies. Available through DriveThruRPG, the digital edition of the 46 page supplement and 154 cards is available for $12.99 while you can also receive printed cards (and the PDF) for $24.99.

From Nocturnal Media:

A Feast Fit for a King

The smell of roasting meat fills the hall. Gossips whisper. Amours exchange furtive glances. A fight nearly breaks out. But then, with a fanfare of trumpets, the lord and lady enter—the feast is about to begin!

The Book of Feasts and the companion Feast Deck bring a a new format (in the form of a mini-game) that elevates feasts to the same level as tournaments and battles, as befits the biggest social events of the year!

Feasts are important and vital social events in the lives of any knight, on par with tournaments. Like tourneys, the feast is a vehicle for driving interactions, schemes, rivalries, and alliances between Player-knights and Gamemaster characters. With the rules presented in this book and the companion Feast Deck, you can make banquets guaranteed to produce interesting plot twists and lasting memories of social triumphs and failures, no matter the period from Uther to the twilight of Arthur.

Digtial (Multiple File Formats) – When you purchase the digital option, you get the 46 page Book of Feasts in PDF and you get the 154 card Feasts card deck in three formats: 1. PDF for home print-and-play, 2. PNG of each card face the card back for quality virtual table top play 3. JPG of each card face and card back at a smaller file size for virtual table top play where file size is a constraint. The virtual tabletop card images are perfect for platforms like Roll20.

Printed (Multiple File Formats + Card(s)) – If you choose to purchase the printed card deck, make sure you select the “Multiple File Formats + Card(s)” option so that you get all of the digital parts at no extra cost. This way you get everything in the digital version (see above) plus the 154-card Feast deck will be printed on premium playing card stock, poker-size cards and shipped to you. The deck will not come in any box or container so you might want to add on one large and one regular deckbox to your order so you have something to store your Feast deck.

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