A gorgeously illustrated guide to the fantastical and mythological wars of Atlantis, perfect for fans of Greek myth, fantastical warfare, and for all those intriqued by the mystery of lost civilizations.
A heavily-illustrated, fantastical account of the rise and fall of the Empire of Atlantis, focusing on its many wars and military campaigns.
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Phil Masters has a degree in Economics from Cambridge University and spent a few years as a computer programmer before somehow becoming a full-time author and occasional editor, specializing in roleplaying games material. He has worked in genres ranging from historical fantasy through superheroes to science fiction, and been allowed to play in a lot of other writers’ worlds. He has written or contributed to numerous books for companies including Hero Games (for whom he created Kingdom of Champions), White Wolf (The Artisan’s Handbook and The Swashbuckler’s Handbook), Atlas Games (Faerie Stories), and Steve Jackson Games (GURPS Arabian Nights, GURPS Places of Mystery, GURPS Atlantis, GURPS Dragons, GURPS Banestorm, and - with Terry Pratchett - The Discworld Roleplaying Game). He is currently line editor for the Transhuman Space hard SF roleplaying setting from the latter company.