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Mythic Encounters (Fantasy Grounds)

Mythic Encounters (Fantasy Grounds)

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Disclaimer: According to our team of legal prophets and other assorted diviners, the authors of this tome are not accountable for any burden of destiny thrust upon characters. No, not even your bard Steve. Yes, our diviners told us you would say that. Watch the language please.

Alustriel Silverhand, Elminster Aumar, Varja Safahr… err, I mean... Blackstaff. Heroes from our history, all of them. You walk the hallowed halls of Conclave and stand before these giants—or at least their statues—and wonder what it takes to be a hero?

Listen, Silverymoon is full of those who would do good in the face of evil. If a gang of thieves worked their way into the city, our citizens would report them before they become a problem. Should a dragon fly overhead, you bet our guards would begin asking for every mage in the city for potions to help resist elemental energies. These are acts that require community: we all work together, or we die apart—and yet, heroes somehow rise above that rule.

So again, what does it take? Well, it takes a lot of bravery, a little bit of forethought, and a whole lot of luck. Those heroes didn’t just stand forward against a dragon, or against a gang of ill intent: they fought the towering giants of evil in the world—devils and demons of legend, planar threats, and frightening monstrosities.

I guess what I’m saying is this: to be a hero of mythic proportions, you’ll have to likely face your doom at the hands, fangs, claws, or gods-know-what else of equally mythic proportions.

— Arkhen the Icy, Conclave of Silverymoon

First introduced in Mythic Odyssey's of Theros, a Mythic Encounter is an optional rule you can apply to a creature which increases the difficulty. This takes the form of a Mythic Trait, which triggers most often on reducing the creature to 0 hit points. After which, it transforms, musters its strength, or exposes a new objective—extending the fight and unlocking new powers and abilities for the creature.

In Mythic Encounters, we bring that mechanic to all your old favorite creatures!
  • 36 monsters of CR 21+, updated to Mythic ProportionsCovering all CR 21+ creatures from the following official hardcovers (plus more):
    • Monster Manual
    • Volo’s Guide to Monsters
    • Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes
    • Mordenkainen’s Fiend Folio Volume 1: Monsters Malevolent and Benign.
  • 16 brand new mythic spells & 67 mythic items, rewards for slaying the mythic beasts!
  • A brand-new Background: Mythic Ascendant, not all heroes are forged, some are born— foretold to accomplish great deeds!
  • An epic Boon: Boon of the Mythic Hero, learn your foes tactics and embody their fighting spirit! Gain new ways of interacting with Mythic Spells and Items, too!
  • What is a Mythic Encounter? Don’t worry! We include a short guide on how to create your own!
  • Fantastic Forgotten Realms lore! Not playing Forgotten Realms? Not an issue! Throw the lore out, we don’t mind!
  • Gorgeous art pieces, custom and licensed, by talented artists like Dante Ezio Cifaldi, Marcel Budde, Lluis Abadias, Leonardo Lambrecht, Nikki Dawes, and GeunBrush.

Created by Best Selling authors: Steve Fidler, Bryan Holmes
and edited by Best Selling author: E. R. F. Jordan

“This is a seriously cool book. Enjoyed the flaws, Acerweak done right for once...yes, all good!!!” – Ed Greenwood

“36 Chambers of Mythic Foes from Acererak (and his incredibly slimming Demilich form) to one serious Tarrasque Mother (and her adorable babies!), with something for every setting, mood, plane and campaign, including old favourites, deep cuts and the highest quality dragon butts.” – Curse of Sebs

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Brian B February 02, 2021 3:08 pm UTC
This says it is for Fantasy Grounds, but yet it only has a PDF download?
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Steve F February 02, 2021 5:12 pm UTC
I don't know why it says PDF. The only file uploaded is a .MOD file for Fantasy Grounds.

I'll reach out to DMsGuild tech support and see why it's saying PDF
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Brian B February 02, 2021 7:10 pm UTC
It works now. Thanks Steve.
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