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Take up the panoply of legendary heroes and lost ages, and awaken the world-shaking might of their Evocations. Before the dawn of time, the Exalted wielded god-metal blades to cast down the makers of the universe. In an ancient epoch of forgotten glories, Creationís greatest artificers forged unimaginable wonders and miracle-machines.

Now, in the Age of Sorrows, kingdoms go to war over potent artifacts, scavenger princes risk everything to uncover relics of the past, and the Exalted forge great arms and armor on the anvil of legend. These treasures are yours to master.  

Discover the mystical power of the five magical materials and the secrets of creating your own Evocations. Wield weapons of fabled might and don the armor of mythic heroes, making their puissance your own. Claim Creationís wonders: the miraculous tools of the Chosen, living automatons, flying machines, hearthstones, and more. And unleash the mighty warstriders, titanic god-engines of conquest and devastation, to once more shake Creation with their footfalls.

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Nicholas S November 16, 2017 1:50 am UTC
In the Introduction, Fate/Zero is listed under "Manga", which isn't accurate. Fate/Zero was originally a Light Novel series that was then adapted into an anime. While it does have a manga adaptation as well, the novels or anime should really be regarded as the primary sources for the work, so it should be listed under "Anime", or under "Fiction" with the other novels.
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Dani J November 16, 2017 5:55 am UTC
While what you said stands as true for appendix, in which case doctor strange should also be corrected and referred to original comic series. I don't see any reason for then to abide by it here since it isn't- as per the book suggest it's just 'suggested resources' and wrote down whichever they've poured through rather than what they did not. More honest and convenient, I'd say.
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James B November 16, 2017 8:19 am UTC
Both Dr. Strange and Fate/Zero are fine were they are, imo. They mention them in those areas because it was most likely through that medium of those properties that they found inspiration. Case in point, the Dr. Strange movie is much different then the comic, though the CURRENT run is more in line with what I think the movie was going for. As it stands, I personally see no need for a change.

On a side note, I've been waiting a long time for this book and, so far, it's awesome. :D
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Chelsea R May 03, 2020 7:25 pm UTC
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This title was added to our catalog on November 15, 2017.