The Mythic Earth series of supplements expands Mythras into several ages of history, each with a mythic or magical twist. Mythic Britain takes us back to 5th Century Britain where fractious warlords attempt to keep the Saxons at bay while the dying pagan religion of the druids is being rapidly challenged with emerging Christianity. Mythic Rome brings us the glorious age of the Republic, the time from when Rome was founded, through the tyrannical rule of the 7 Kings, the Punic Wars and the rise of Spartacus and his slave rebellion. Mythic Constantinople takes us into the heart of Europe where, as the Middle Ages falter and fall, the Ottoman Empire prepares to lay claim to the last bastion of the Roman Empire in the east. Each Mythic book offers a different campaign perspective and experience. History coexists with the fantastic, magic is real, and the creatures of myth and legend are as evident as the characters themselves. Forthcoming in the Mythic series is the much anticipated Mythic Greece, which transports you back to the legendary age of the Greek Heroes, where the gods game with the lives of men.

Mythic Britain is a complete sourcebook for adventuring in Britain’s Dark Ages using the RuneQuest rules. The book includes an extensive history and background of 5th and 6th Century Britain; details of the different tribes and territories; complete character creation rules for Britons and Saxons, details of magic, the Saints and pagan Gods; and, rules for massed battles. Completing the book, seven linked scenarios form the Mythic Britain Campaign in which the characters travel the length of breadth of the island, serving Merlin and Arthur, fighting the Saxon invaders, searching for the lost Treasures of Britain, and becoming involved in all manner of schemes and intrigues.Take up your spears. Swear your oaths. Ready your shields. Welcome to the Dark Ages!

$44.95, Print & PDF, 360 pages

Mythic Rome encapsulates the dark and gritty past, allowing players to take part in the founding of Rome: as a bandit on the Tiber; to overthrow the tyrannical 7 Kings; conquer the rival Etruscan city states; watch the city be sacked by Gauls; battle Hannibal during the Punic Wars; take part in the malevolent Bacchanalian Consipracy; fight alongside Spartacus (or against him); or choose sides during the civil war between Caesar and Pompey. This invaluable book contains rules for everything from political standing to chariot racing, along with comprehensive Roman careers and guides for weapons, armour and Combat Styles of Rome’s legions and her enemies. Also included are obscure supernatural creatures and new magic systems to reflect the way magic works from the perspective of the Romans themselves.

$34.95, Print & PDF, 240 pages

Mythic Britain: Logres expands Mythic Britain to describe the lands of the Saxons, that part of the island where the native Britons have been vanquished and replaced with new kings, new religion, new gods, new warlord and new strife. Meticulously researched, this book delves deep into Saxon culture and way of life. New rules are given for riddles, Saxon magic, and, of course, a huge amount of information on the three kingdoms: Ceint, Anglia and Mierce. The book also has its own campaign, set against the arrival of Cerdic and the rivalries this new warlord creates among an already suspicious people.

$29.99, Print & PDF, 144 pages

Mythic Constantinople describes the largest, wealthiest, most cosmopolitan, most important and most contested city of the medieval world. Bridging Europe and Asia, by the 15th Century Constantinople is vibrant, decadent, pious and alluring. A melting pot of cultures and non-human species, the Ottoman Empire waits for its moment to conquer this last bastion of the Roman Empire in the East. Within, the Christian Orthodoxy rubs shoulders with mighty Islam while the pagan cults go about their business in the shadows. This book is packed with detail on life in Constantinople - its factions, religions, institutions, guilds and military orders. Detailed character creation covers the major European nations of time, and even the city itself comes alive through countless scenario seeds, non-player characters and random events.

$34.95, Print & PDF, 232 pages

Please not that this is a preorder for the print edition. PDF copies are available immediately, with the print edition shipping at the end of January 2018

This PDF supplement provides large-scale versions of the Constantinople Districts map, the European Empires map, and the floorplans of the Great Palace. Perfect for helping identify the intriguing environment of Mythic Constantinople.

$1.99, PDF only
Enter the fenlands of eastern Britain. An extensive marshland where cultures collide and old enmities are driving sinister plans. The Great Mire holds many secrets: why, for instance, are the Seven Great Goddesses quiet? Where have the curlews gone, once ubiquitous to these wetlands? And how are Saxon spirits seizing control of lands sacred to the Old Gods of the Britons?

This mini-campaign for Mythic Britain contains a central adventure, several scenario extensions, compelling NPCs, intriguing encounter tables, and new spirits and creatures of the Great Mire.

$10.99 (print), $5.99 (PDF), 33 pages
Life's Long Consequences acts as an terrific introduction to Mythic Constantinople. What has happened to Kales Pegonites? Why does everyone want him so badly? What does he have or what does he know? Who is prepared to kill to ensure his silence?

Navigate the labyrinth of Byzantium on the trail of errant Kales - and uncover a fiendish plot that involves factors that are as old the city itself...

$4.95, PDF and Lulu POD, 35 pages
Adventure in the time of Hammurabi, and the lands of Sumer, Subartu and Akkad! Encounter the gods, spirits and monsters of ancient Babylonian myth, and venture among the many towns and cities of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers.  Follow in the steps of kings like Gilgameš, Kubaba, or Hammurabi in this mythological and historical setting that was nearly 4000 years in the making.

$44.99 (print), $17.99 (PDF), 322 pages