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The Primal Order

God of War

The Book of Immortals

Companion to the Cosmos

Legend of Zu

Zu: Warriors of the Magic Mountain

Epic Level Handbook

Deities & Demigods


The Primal Order (1992)

Okay, been meaning to post a review of this book for some time. The Primal Order was first brought to my attention around 2002/2003 by someone on ENWorld Message Boards who pointed out that it was very similar to the (then titled) Worship Points System. I had never heard about it before, but I quickly snapped up a copy of the Primal Order, and the supplemental material Primal Order: Pawns (a Bestiary) and Primal Order: Knights on ebay.

First Impressions

This book weighs in at 252 pages, however not only is it a fairly large font being used, margins comprise fully one third of each page. So the page count is very flattering. The cover is not very exciting, but I suppose does convey an appropriate sense of grandeur.

Chapter 1: Oh My God

The opening chapter begins with a story

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Appendix A: Conversion System

The Art

Its probably a touch unfair to criticise the art of this book more than a decade after it was published. I suppose we can divide the interior art into three distinct sections: 1) Chapter Title Art; 2) Interior Art and 3) Interior Cartoons. Personally I thought the

In conclusion...


Judgement: 8/10

Quick Reviews

I may at some point in the future do full reviews of the following Primal Order supplements, but for now...

The Primal Order: Pawns (1992)

This book contains 45 monsters for use

The Primal Order: Knights (1993)


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