You can add me to the list of folks who would like to check out Unhallowed and Changeling, I just ordered a brand new set of Dangerous Journeys books from The Dragons Trove. It had Mythus, Mythus Magick, Mythus Bestiary, Epic of Aerth and Necropolis all still in shrink wrap! I had them all already but mine are very worn so I am happy to find replacements.
Unhallowed and Changeling would be awful cool to have to go with it if you are still willing to share.
Michael J Wilson deathsdj
I am really sorry to bother you guys to post a "me too". Specially since this is my first post. But I actually found this forum when looking for Mythus stuff, and I couldn't let this opportunity escape. I got the basic Mythus book along with the magic book a while ago, and while I unfortunately haven't got the opportunity to try it out, It looked very interesting.
I specially like a lot of the stuff Gary did with the magic system, as in how some spells imply elements of how the universe work, and how there are a lot of different spells to represent different approaches to magic. The setting is very interesting as well, and I find it really sad that Mr. Gygax and his co-authors went through so much trouble only to be unable to really sell the fruits of their labor.
So, when I heard there were unreleased books of other milieus, I couldn't help but sign in and ask if you could share with me as well. I might not get a chnce to play them any time soon, but I am really curious about how non fantasy settings were represented in the same system. My email is abatebiral at gmail dot com.
I had it on an external hard drive with miscellaneous wargame and and rpg files most were homemade scans with custom imdexes and its basically now a hockey puck. The kids smashed it.
Not having those indexes really sucks. Years ago, I was thinking about making a combined pdf for an intelligent man's edition D&D with all my "cruel and unforgiving" D&D observations from my files with a giant cross index but thats a tall order.