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August 31, 2002
03:53 PM: Greg Kessler says...
Atlas Games is Just a

Atlas Games is Just a Big Tease
Atlas Games has solved the dilemma of giving a sneak peek of one of their upcoming books without ruining the surprise. Blood and Sand: An Ars Magica Sourcebook of the Near East is hitting the stores in September , and details the mysteries of the near east. Detailing the culture and minutiae of Egypt, the Ottoman Empire, and the rest of Asia Minor, this book looks like a groundbreaking effort on the part of Atlas Games. Well, if you are interested in the book, you can take a look at some related content that will not be found in the book. Atlas Games has posted a PDF preview that deals with Arabic culture, the history of Islam, and the ways to integrate Islam into your existing game. The information posted on the web will not be part of the finished book, so check it out now.

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