Rise of the Ilu

The Gods Have Returned...

The world of Contagion is a dark and terrifying place. On the surface it is no different than the world you and I live in. Most people go on about their lives never realizing the terrors that walk among them.
Despite humanity’s vast ignorance, the horrors are there. Angels and demons make war in the shadows. Hellspawn serve their demonic masters. Ancient gods, once imprisoned in a dark realm called Oblitus, now walk the Earth, seeking followers to help regain their former glory.
There's a war in the shadows....but for how much longer?

Rise of the Ilu
Rise of the Ilu is a 192-page supplement for the Contagion Second Edition Role-Playing Game published by Aegis Studios. This full-color supplement will include rules for playing members of the Ilu race, or as humans call them: gods. Whether a Gamemaster wishes to introduce the Ilu as a shadowy threat in the background, or run a campaign in which players assume the roles of these ancient deities, Rise of the Ilu includes everything you need to take your Contagion Second Edition campaign to a celestial level!

Rise of the Ilu contains:
     -Two new playable races: the celestial Ilu and their half-mortal children, the Ikkibu.
     -A dozen new feats for celestial characters
     -Fifty new spells unveiling the cosmic power of the Ilu.

Rise of the Ilu is NOW AVAILABLE at DriveThruRPG http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/149841/Rise-of-the-Ilu

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