Fairly interesting setting but I was disappointed in how little new magic there was. You would think that in a setting where technology advanced alongside magic there would be more technologically related magic as well as fusions of magic and technology.
If magic and technology have advanced side by side for thousands of years as supposed by this setting where are the technomagical fusions that are superior to either magic or technology alone?. Where are the technology enhancing or substituting magics? In the d20 Modern setting, where magic has returned only a few years before, there are far more spells that affect technology.
One more thing - why does the cover say color edition when the entire product is black & white?
[2 of 5 Stars!]