From publisher blurb:
In 2002, Hogshead Publishing Ltd. released Nobilis: the Game of Sovereign Powers—a diceless RPG that gave each character control over an elemental aspect of reality. Designed as a boutique-quality coffee table book, it sold through its first printing in a flash and received a suite of positive reviews. The second printing fell into the hands of a malfeasant distributor and vanished. The third printi...
There was no third printing.
Nobilis: the Game of Sovereign Powers was never seen again.
Fast forward to Christmas, 2014.
The game line had moved on, of course. There was even a new edition from Eos Press, available here. But wise heads and caring hearts agreed: there was still something missing. The hearts of those who loved it, or would love it, still cried out for Nobilis: the Game of Sovereign Powers.
...and at last it has come.
Thanks to the generous assistance of Kari Tuurihalme, Rand Brittain, and Daniel Solis, it’s now possible for you to obtain a PDF version of the classic RPG, Nobilis: the Game of Sovereign Powers. Yes, it’s a little outdated. Yes, it’s 11”x11”. Yes, it’s not yet possible to print on demand.
It’s also a legend.