In Nomine: Liber Canticorum

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The Book of Songs

Make A Joyful Noise

God made the Symphony, but the players choose the tune. Music is passion and power - Songs are all that and more. A popular ditty may be as old as time . . . and able to work miracles!

Just Don't Call It Magic!

Songs aren't spells that can be sung from a hymnal. Songs are melodies already playing in your soul . . . but only a precious few can hear them.

Here is the book In Nomine players and GMs have been demanding - over 300 new Songs, sacred and profane. Not just a "grimoire," it's the definitive guide to Songs in In Nomine. Learn the part that music plays in the Symphony, and expand your campaign with new optional rules and Resources.

With the Liber Canticorum, your In Nomine game won't just sing, it will rock!

You will need the In Nomine basic rulebook to play.

Warning: This book is intended for mature readers. It contains interpretations of religious themes which some readers may find unsettling.

Written by Sam Chupp, Alain H. Dawson, David Edelstein, Jo Hart, John Karakash, Steve Kenson, Elizabeth McCoy, Walter Milliken, and Patrick O'Duffy.

First Edition, First Printing
Published October 1998