A FlamesRising.com Review:
Promethean: the Created allows for some memorable characters; this quintet illustrates the point perfectly. The Refuse is a group of outcasts who joined each other for companionship and protection. Each member–Dennison 23rd, Gargoyle, Hellas, Worm, and Dove–prove to be some insightful creations. They really have to be since Promethean proves to be such a challenging system. Playing a group of vampires isn’t the same as playing these beings. Vampires are social creatures and, for the most part, can interact with the six billion humans on the planet. With the exception of Hellas, these characters are pariahs who even affect the environment around them should they stay in one place too long. These facts work to generate a fairly unique gaming experience.
The layout for this is simple, but plentiful for what is needed. The book is 28 pages and has a border of what looks almost like x-ray photos along the top border (except on pages devoted to characters). The headers are a blurry blue font that I really think looks neat. The icon for this throng is a literal twist to the three-arrow recycling icon. One of the arrows is broken or twisted. I think it would be hard to find a better icon for this group.
Avery Butterworth’s artwork is one of the better collections I’ve seen for these character collections. In my earlier reviews, I’ve loved and hated the depictions. Although Dennison 23rd pushes my personal tastes, I think the sketched characters for this supplement are the best thus far.
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