So I finally took the time to re-do the Metamorphica and make it better, which is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now. The giant mutations list is still the main attraction, but there’s a few more mutations now and some have been significantly re-written in order to be better. The campaign types each have their own section now, and each have new tables and new procedures, especially the section on making demons.
I have also added a substantial new section called the Ficto-Technica, which is devoted to creating scientific and magical devices. I had originally intended this to be a second, companion book, but it never got large enough, so now it is part of The Metamorphica Revised.
There’s more stuff than that, too. A longer list can be found in my last post about The Metamorphica. In short: everything you like about the original is better in the revised edition.
The Metamorphica Revised can be found in pdf at DriveThruRPG and costs US$10. Print copies will be available in the future, but I have not received proofs yet.
The Metamorphica Revised is available in softcover from Lulu for US$20. There will be a dustjacket harcover version available in the future, but I have not received a final proof of that yet either. But seriously if you want a book that lies flat at the table for easy reference during a game, being patient will pay off.
The classic edition of the Metamorphica is still free to download and will remain available indefinitely (even though I don’t like it anymore and never want to see it again). Please help yourself.