Everything is True: Episode 2 – The Circle of the Snake (Lotfp)

The journey into the Circle of the Snake to find the missing Layla Stepford continues.

We play this game what is probably my favorite game publisher’s products, Lamentations of the Flame Princes, from which we liberally borrow various monsters, gremlins, and goblins. I buy their books because of the production value behind them and as they’ve escalated over the past couple of years.

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My conception of the game, such as it was, was to mix the pseudo-historical setting of the core books, somewhat reconcile it with the crazier stuff like A Red and Pleasant Land, and explore a lot of my favorite fantasy stuff.

Having waxed rhapsodically over LotFP, this game features some stuff from a book not by them (although certainly in the same spirit) The Maze of the Blue Medusa, which is a truly awesome and beautiful book.

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