First published in 1992, King of Sartar is a remarkable work of fiction, a collection of often contradictory manuscripts from the fantasy world of Glorantha. Ancient epics, scholary histories, kings lists, myths, fragments of stories, and other magical texts have been assembled to try to make sense of the events that ended the Third Age of Glorantha, the legendary Hero Wars. This revised edition includes a new chapter and numerous annotations that reveal secrets previously hidden from even the most die-hard fans of the setting.
King of Sartar, The Mystery of Argrath: How One Man Became a God
- Author: Greg Stafford and Jeff Richard
- Copy Editing by Martin Helsdon
- Layout and Charts by Rick Meints
- Cover Design by Todd Gardiner
- Maps and Diagrams by Greg Stafford, Rick Meints and Colin Driver.
- ISBN 978-1-943223-00-8.
- 256 pages, hardcover size, 16 Maps and Diagrams
- Product Number ISS4001. Revised and Annotated Edition
Editions & Related Editions
|ISS4001||King of Sartar||2015||Moon Design||2nd edition, softcover|
|CHA4501-EPUB||King of Sartar||2015||Chaosium||2nd Edition, PDF, EPUB, MOBI, PRC|
|CHA4500||King of Sartar||1992||Chaosium||1st edition, softcover|
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