Greetings, fans of dark fantasy. To those of you who have already taken part in our Lost Citadel Talent Search, thank you for sharing your writing samples with us, and beyond that, thank you for supporting our diversity initiative in the very best of ways: through participation. Next week, we’ll get back to teasing the […]
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Greetings, dark fantasy fans. Now that we’re one week out from the launch of our Lost Citadel Talent Search, we’ve been getting queries about what sort of vibe the setting has and what stories set in the world of Redoubt tend to read like and to focus on. While submissions to our talent search won’t […]
Greetings, fans of dark fantasy. As some of you may have heard, yesterday Green Ronin announced that a new talent search will be going live in a couple weeks. Rather than tease a bit from the Lost Citadel Roleplaying project or its setting, as usual for this blog, I’d like to take this chance to talk a bit about […]
Greetings, people of Redoubt! In this week’s Lost Citadel RPG blog post, we’re talking a bit about the most omnipresent facet of life in the world’s last city of the living: the Dead. Ultimately, the Dead are the proverbial barbarians at the gates. The rising tide. The outside. The other. The reason Redoubt is what it […]
For this week’s Lost Citadel RPG blog post, we take a take a look at the historic treaty and piece of legislation that established the realities of life inside the walls of mankind’s last remaining city. The city wasn’t always called Redoubt. The dwarves who built it and inhabited it alone for centuries called it […]
Greetings, and welcome to the inaugural post for the Lost Citadel RPG blog! We’ll be using this space to tease some of the concepts and art for the Lost Citadel as we roll along towards the launching of our crowdfunding project on Kickstarter (currently slated for late May/early June, but don’t hold us to that […]