What’s in the Big Book of Amazing Tales?
The Big Book of Amazing Tales is a 224 page collection of adventures for the Amazing Tales role-playing game. All together you’ll find 17 adventures split across four campaigns. The Big Book of Amazing Tales is packed with illustrations by Iris Maertens and Ayu Marques. The book also includes a selection of handouts specially designed for kids to make, solve and colour in.
In the Big Book of Amazing Tales you will find…
A Dream of Trees
A campaign set in the deep dark wood, can a band of fairy heroes help a young girl escape her foes and realise her destiny? A dream of trees is suitable for the very youngest adventurers.
The Quest for the Dragon Crown
A campaign set in a magical kingdom long ago. The kingdom of Merrydown is threatened by Dragons and only the legendary Dragon Crown can save it. If only anyone knew where it was…
Captain Cadava’s Treasure
A campaign set on the pirate seas. The chance discovery of a treasure map puts the heroes on the track of the legendary treasure of Captain Cadava. But is all as it seems?
The Cryptid Conundrum
A campaign set among the stars. The Planetary alliance is threatened by an unknown enemy. Just who are the cryptids, why have they kidnapped the head of the Space Rangers, and can anyone solve the fiendish puzzles they have left behind? The puzzles in the Cryptid Conundrum are aimed at older players (8+).
The Big Book of Amazing Tales also contains…
Rescue City: Rescue City is a brand new, thrilling setting for Amazing Tales, where the heroes are people you might meet just walking down the street. Join the medics, police officers and fire fighters and do your part to protect the citizens of Rescue City. Rescue City is specially written as a setting for creating non-violent Amazing Tales.
Amazing Lessons: A guide for teachers who want to incorporate Amazing Tales into their teaching. Written by primary school teacher and King of Dungeons author Baz Stevens.
Gaming as Therapy: A guide for parents who want to use Amazing Tales to help their children reach their full potential. Written by practicing child therapist Lilly Smith.