One of the games I was most looking forward to picking up at Essen was Bruno Faidutti’s Lost Temple from the awesome guys at White Goblin Games. Having done a preview earlier, it just sounded like a simple and fun, family or gateway game and great to use with non-gamers.
This instalment of the Evocative City Site-series from Rite Publishing is 21 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 2 pages of advertisements, leaving 16 pages for the new city site.
The Lost City is a Paragon-level sandbox adventure with a broad range of player options and twists. It offers lost threats and secrets – plus a new servitor race, new magic, mysterious ghostly foes, and multiple factions for players to ally themselves with – or against!
My Mario T. Lanza When an order of games arrived, I used to neatly stacked each title on the shelf wrapped for a later day. I saw no need to rush. I had secured the title and would get to it sooner or later. Trouble is, I have recently learned that even the most well-respected […]