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Myth Weavers is pleased to announce the Dungeons & Dragons Create a Villain Contest! Members may create a villain using any edition of the Dungeons & Dragons rules, and the final entries will be voted on by the community.
First place wins a new copy of the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Players Handbook!
The contest runs from July 1 to July 31, and voting will then run from August 1 through August 7. The winner will be announced on August 8 and contacted via PM. Contest details and directions may be found HERE!
Definitely has my interest. For $5.50, ordered it on Amazon. I look forward to reading it after I wrap up with my current list. ("Berdan's United States Sharpshooters in the Army of the Potomac" and "The Crusades: The Authoritative History of the War for the Holy Land")
Morgan Llywelyn does several excellent books on celtic history and myth, including the fall of Ghaul and 'end' of druidism, which is one of my favorite books ever.
Stephen Lawhead is a small god among historical fiction, from what I hear. He does the crusades, an arthur series I believe, and a very awesome Robin Hood retelling. He does so much research and explains the derivative of his tales so engagingly that I actually read his forwards.
Jack Whyte does an interesting series Authurian series that begins with the man who discovers the metal the sword is forged from. I overdosed on Authurian books so I never actually got to the part of the series where Authur is born, so I don't know where it goes from there, but the first two books were great!