Some say it comes from the Sodality of Vryn, which identifies thirteen currents of magic and gives each a letter designation—M is the 13th and most powerful. Others say the title refers to the original writer of the book, while still others believe it stands for mystery, or—perhaps most simply and obviously—magic.
Whatever the source of its name, Book M is one of the rarest and most sought-after grimoires. It’s whispered to contain otherwise unknown spells, incantations, rituals, charms, hexes, and more. Plus potions, amulets, bezoars, spiritstones, and madstones, as well as other physical ephemera. Within its pages a vislae might even discover artifacts of great power.
New forte. New long-form magic. New character and house secrets. And more guidelines and advice for making magic even easier—and more magical.
Book M contains:
The 120-page hardcover Book M itself, with new forte, long-form magic, and character and house secrets. And more guidelines and advice for making magic even easier—and more magical.
200 new cards for spells, incantations, ephemera, and objects of power.
All within an elegant and sturdy slipcase. It holds Book M with room for Invisible Sun supplements Secrets of Silent Streets, Teratology, and the forthcoming The Threshold.
PDF purchasers: Your copy of Book M comes with 200 cards in several decks. To print your decks, set your double-sided printer to short-edge binding and print on a cardstock material. Then, with a sharp utility knife and straight edge, use the crop marks as guides to trim the cards apart. If you don’t have a double-sided printer, print the pages individually and then glue them back-to-back with a thin, even coat of adhesive. Before glueing, hold the back-to-back sheets up to a light source to ensure they are lining up correctly. The gutters between the cards give you a little bit of leeway if the two sides do not line up exactly.