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Evil DM Productions has teamed up with Beyond Belief Games to bring you Legends of Steel Barbarians of Lemuria Edition. Now you will be. I recently reread Legends of Steel: Barbarians of Lemuria edition. I really like this game. It’s basically the original BoL game, but set in a more. I supported because “Besides youtube, BGG is the place where I spend the most of my time online. <3" - Henrik Hermansen (Rothkeen). +.

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The rules and the setting, to me, fit hand in glove nice.

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The monsters were rather run-of-the-mill. Pretty much what you’d expect from any short monster list. I was surprised that the snake creatures from the cover weren’t included.

That’s okay, i’m sure it’s easy enough to cobble together our own versions. The rest are just evil men and sorcerers, right? I ordered the pdf version after reading your lsmuria with the print version. I hate pdf game books, but I’d hate to pay 2x the price for a bum hardback edition. Time to buy more ink cartridges! I can only speak to the my copy. I was pleased with the two paperbacks I ordered before. I received my copy of Legends of Steel: Barbarians of Lemuria edition the other day.

I’ve had a chance to read it over and here are my impressions.

The book is split lejuria three sections: The Player Section, the Campaign Section and two sample scenarios. The Player Section contains the BoL rules.


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These are the slightly older Revised rules not the current Legendary Edition. There are some slight changes but these lgends predominately clarifications and minor additions. You can choose whichever you want. All and all this is the BoL that people like. Off touch I really like is on the first page of the book. I like the way this statement stakes out what you can expect from the book. It briefly covers each major polity of Erisa and some of the major geographic features. There is the still powerful but crumbling empire with both external and internal threats, rich city-states, evil sorcerer kingdoms, wild barbaric tribes, pirates, slavers, desert kingdoms, dark forests and forbidding mountains.

Each major city is briefly described and then lemutia strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are laid out.

Each city receives about a page and a half. I find this a good way to describe the areas and give the GM various directions to take adventures while still leaving the setting wide open for customization.

Then there is a bestiary of both mundane and fantastic creatures. The one thing I didn’t like about the original Barbarians of Lemuria setting was that common animals were absent. Erisa has all of the common animals, including horses.

For some reason, for me, the hero needs to ride off on a horse. Not an ostrich-like creature. The book wraps up with two scenarios and several sample characters.

I like this book. I like the way the rules are presented and explained. I like the little additions and customizations.


The world is intriguing and it looks like it will be fun to play in. And it has horses. My only disappointment was with the edifion itself. I like the cover illustration and the full color map on the back but there are a couple of flaws with my copy.

The first eight pages or so were stuck together at the top. It was as if they hadn’t been cut completely. Edigion had to carefully separate them. The second problem is the binding.

Legends of Steel – Barbarians of Lemuria Edition

It is plain paper as opposed to the glossy paper that my other two Lulu purchases lefends and black and white on the inside. The illustrations are genre appropriate without being too racy.

As much as I like BoL I wasn’t comfortable allowing my 9 year old to read it because of the illustrations. I have no qualms about allowing him to read the LoS version. It is dark, a touch hard to read, and not very attractive. He read the character creation portion of the book while I was at work one evening and created his first character.

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