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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Lion & Dragon: Medieval-Authentic Roleplaying is AVAILABLE NOW!

Hey all!  It went live faster than expected, but Lion & Dragon is already available on RPGnow!  And I take it as a very good sign that without any real promotion from my part yet, in the first 18 hours or so from its release, it's already made it to #4 of the hottest titles on rpgnow.

If you would rather get it from Amazon or Lulu, those options will be coming, soon. But if you don't care how you get it and you just want this game RIGHT NOW, go get it!


Lion & Dragon is a Medieval Authentic OSR game. Until now, you only thought you were playing "medieval fantasy"!

With Lion & Dragon, the rules of the original tabletop RPG have been adapted to create a more historically authentic medieval experience, to reflect the grittier and yet more mythic world of a magical medieval Europe.

L&D includes new rules governing social class and materials on culture to help a GM craft a world that feels closer to the world of the 100-years war or the War of the Roses. It has a grittier and more dangerous feel to reflect the cheapness of life at the time. Also included are sections on medieval economics, law & justice, and chapters with monsters and magical items based on authentic medieval legends. Finally, a completely revamped magic system is based on actual grimoire-magic as the medieval magicians really envisioned it.

From the creator of Dark Albion, Lion & Dragon will have you discovering real medieval fantasy for the very first time.



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7 comments:

  1. Just got it on Amazon. Looking forward to some great reading on the joy of living in medieval Europe...

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  2. Damn you impulse buying! I just got it from Amazon France : 17.72 euros w/ shipping. It will be the first non-pdf RPG product I've bought in years. I should have put it on my whishlist but Christmas being so close there was a risk it would not have been picked (and besides, doesn't Dad already have *all* the D&Ds?). Guess I'll wrap it and put it under the tree myself.

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  3. Ordered the hardcover on Drivethrurpg for about $22, it was only about $3 more than the paperback on Amazon! Better be good.

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    1. Well, I sure think it's good. Hope you enjoy it!

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    2. I expect it to be! I have Dark Albion and that is wonderful for my purposes.

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