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Beyond the Moons (Spelljammer / The Cloakmaster Cycle, No. 1) by David Cook (July 1, Into the Void (Spelljammer Book, Cloakmaster Cycle, No. 2) by Nigel. The Spelljammer: The Cloakmaster Cycle book series by multiple authors includes books Beyond the Moons, Into the Void, The Maelstrom’s Eye, and several. Series: The Cloakmaster Cycle Series Record # ; Sub-series of: Spelljammer; Series Tags: fantasy (6). Showing all translations. Never display translations.

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Now, all three of these older setting were fairly traditional European mediaeval fantasy worlds, and space pirates do not naturally fit alongside traditional European mediaeval fantasy worlds. Does the novel work? Yeah, this was a strange idea they had.

Submit a new link. I can see how these ideas could work as a campaign setting, or even how this might make a fun RPG adventure and the author is the guy who wrote the Planescape Campaign Setting, so his heart is in the right place.

Spelljammer: The Cloakmaster Cycle Series by David Zeb Cook

I’m still on my quest to find it online, I know the pdf exists, but it’s impossibly obscure. Then the book ends.

But for some reason the Powers That Be decided to make the introduction to Spelljammer a novel with almost no Spelljammer in it. You can even see this in the name of the main character: I got the first two Maztica books and a friend of mine got the Mongol ones over the course of a couple months.


April 16, at 2: See details for additional description. April 18, at Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Giving it the benefit of the doubt, some setting ideas were actually intriguing. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Anyway, as with most of their big setting ideas, TSR decided that Spelljammer needed some novels.

Cloakmaster Cycle: Beyond the Moons : Spelljammer Vol. 1 by David Fuller Cook (1991, Paperback)

How could they do that? But overall, to be honest… yeah, no, this is a bad book. I am loathe to buy a physical copy as I already have boxes of old books and have been trying to transition to ebooks as it is much more convenient! In fact, as a novel, Beyond the Moons has very little to recommend it. Their presence was a big help in making sure I got through the later chapters of the book.

By placing each of those worlds within giant crystal spheres floating in a sea of phlogiston, and then filling that sea with roving alien space-pirates.

One — minor, sure, but irritating — is that a character is casually referred to by the narrator as the Cloakmasster. Minimaluminiumalismset to dark mode.

Spelljammer: The Cloakmaster Cycle Series

The setting itself sounds amazing, even if the story is your usual fantasy fare. The prose, plot, and characterisation are all fairly bad. Although, admittedly, only because I happen to own it already. Along with, it must be said, a lot of less interesting books too.


Skip to main content. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Ultimately, then, Beyond the Moons is a genre-bending, unexpected introduction to an interesting setting one which, incidentally, continually blends the disturbingly dark with the irritatingly silly, in which regard this novel is fair reflection of the world…hamstrung by being shit.

Obviously this subreddit isn’t extremely active, but I thought it might be the best place to make this request. Oh man, he has to be hating life right now! I have seriously looked everywhere online. But cloakjaster did produce a few surprisingly good novels.

The Cloakmaster Cycle series : spelljammer

I have searched the internet up and down and there is no way to get. You are commenting using your WordPress. And also the neogi. And I guess you have to adjust your expectations for TSR back-catalogue novels, many of which are really, really bad….