Lankhmar City of Thieves for Savage Worlds releases next week, Chroma Squad coming April 30, METZ – Spit You Out

Lankhmar City of Thieves for Savage Worlds releases next week

Lankhmar is the setting of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser written by Fritz Leiber. It is also, as of next week, going to be a new supplement for Pinnacle Entertainment Group’s new Savage Worlds supplement Lankhmar City of Thieves. The book (which releases in PDF next week with a print release to follow) will contain setting information about Lankhmar itself, as well as information regarding the denizens of the city (including the aforementioned Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser). If you said that you can’t wait for more information and you’d love to see write-ups of those characters, well, you are in luck because PEG, Inc., has released the write-ups and has a link to the PDF over on the announcement of next week’s release. Lankhmar City of Thieves will be followed by Savage Foes of Nehwon (a book of the bad guys and monsters of Leiber’s world) and Savage Tales of the Thieves’ Guild (a series of adventures to be played individually or as a Plot Point campaign).

Chroma Squad Releases on April 30

I backed Chroma Squad on Kickstarter in 2013, but I did not back at a level that allowed me access to any sort of early access to the game. And so it is that I have never played a single moment of Chroma Squad, but that does not mean that I am any less excited about it. The game, which – as I understand it – is both a sim (insofar as you cast and direct several seasons of a Sentai-style TV show) as well as a turn-based strategy game looks super rad and I really look forward to finally getting to play it in about three weeks.

METZ – Spit You Out


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09. April 2015 by Michael
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