All right, you know the deal – 3 pages – 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, 1 page content, let’s go!
The first piece of mythic clothing would be Foamfollower’s Jack – a naval jacket that allows the wearer to alter winds and water walk, with mythic wearers having the option extend to other vessels in an interesting modification of the base abilities of the item.
The robe of teeth would make Gholad or Dahlver-Nar proud, as it animates and starts chewing up anyone foolish enough to grapple. Better yet, it can exude a disgusting, sticky tongue which can force move foes – and yes, mythic wearers can exude more of them – this item is AWESOME: Mechanically complex and glorious in imagery, this is beautiful…erhhh…disturbing! All awesome!
The 3rd item herein would be the scorpion cloak, which does not only grant bonuses when in desert environments and improves survival chances in combat with scorpions. More impressively, the item allows the wearer to receive tremorsense while not moving, also receiving a deadly, poison-delivering attack that can be executed from prone positions, with mythic wearers slightly escalating these options. I expected this to bore me and it didn’t – kudos!
The 4th item, which can be found on the SRD-page, would be black silken slippers of star-striding, which not only provide an array of spell-duplications – but the interesting point here would be that light-sources can be targeted as a kind of teleport-beacon – oh, and interstellar transportation. Yes, awesome!
Editing and formatting are very good, I noticed no significant glitches. Layout adheres to Legendary Games’ 2-column full color standard and the pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length.
Alistair Rigg and Jason Nelson deliver an all killer, no filler mythic mini with cool items that blend mechanical complexity with high-concept style – a great example of what this series can do. Well worth a final verdict of 5 stars + seal of approval.