144 Pages. Color cover, B&W interior
Liber Magica is the supplement I ALWAYS want for my games. A book on more magic? Yes please!
This book features a lot of familiar names from both 2nd and 3rd edition. This is good given the changes to magic between the editions. There is a section (half-a-page) about bringing over 2nd ed style magics to 3rd ed. It is really easy stuff and most GMs will do it on the fly really.
This book contains a lot more magical options than the core book had. The first five cover the types of magic detailed in the core book (Thaumaturgy, Sigil Magic, Conjuration, Psychodumany/Magentism, and Maleficium). The last two chapters cover magical items and curiosities and magical societies. There are a lot of new spells.
I have the PDF of this book, but I really want a print copy next time I hit Gen Con. It is one of the single most useful Victoriana PDFs I own. I adapt ideas from this for a variety of game including converting all these to Magical Philosophies in Ghosts of Albion or Traditions for the Witch. This morning, in fact, I was rereading this for use in Leagues of Gothic Horror.
A supremely useful book.
[5 of 5 Stars!]