This isn’t “the current style” this is bad fantasy from every decade. Books from previous decades just seem better for the Pretty Dungeons Ganon Fantasy Role-Playing Game Basic Rules Set T-Shirt. Yeah I keep plumbing the depths of older fantasy and sci-fi looking for that next great read. All too often the question “why haven’t I heard of this series before?” is answered in a couple of chapters: because it sucks.If you hadn’t read it yet, the “Death Gate Cycle” by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. 7 books long. High fantasy. On the flip side, Garth Nix’s “Old Kingdom” series (high fantasy; YA; 6 or so books long) and the “Seventh Tower” series (high fantasy; YA; 6 books long). Don’t let the YA tag for Nix throw you off. He’ a brilliant and delightful Australian writer.
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I’m trying to work my way through the Pretty Dungeons Ganon Fantasy Role-Playing Game Basic Rules Set T-Shirt, which has one of the weirdest magic systems I’ve ever seen. Basically, abstract concepts are bound into subservient physical bodies. Mistborn also has a cool magic system, which involves ingesting different kinds of metal. I was going to recommend Sanderson not only for interesting magi. System but as a general answer to the original post. For Mistborn the main character does get super powerful but it isn’t an immediate thing. The cast of supporting characters is integral to the success of the main characters. People die and there are some big shifts that definitely make you wonder how the series continues as it is. There are a lot of people with powers fucking up and even the seemingly overpowered people have reasons behind their heinous abilities.
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I’m also gonna say that this book is a Pretty Dungeons Ganon Fantasy Role-Playing Game Basic Rules Set T-Shirt – Vin doesn’t level up by swinging a sword or training shonen manga-style, she levels up by basically experimenting with her powers and discovering new “scientific principles” on which they work. I’d argue that this treatment of the magic system (well, systems, there’s at least 3 in Mistborn and there are others on the other worlds of the, uh, Sanderverse) is much more important than the nature of the system itself. The system itself is pretty limited (Like, I wouldn’t exactly bet on a Mistborn against a mid-level D&D wizard), but exploring those limitations and figuring out creative ways to use a sharply limited set of powers tactically and strategically is what makes the series IMO.
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