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On Inzae

Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:28 pm

The Inzae setting really picked my curiosity. ¿What kind of world is it? ¿Is it a gritty world, with a dark sun feeling on it? ¿Which sourcebook do you recommend for me to learn about it? Thanks.

M.

Re: On Inzae

Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:39 pm

Davis Chenault just posted something about it on Facebook today. He gives a taste of a description in the comments. Basically, it's dark with the world perpetually on the edge of destruction.

Re: On Inzae

Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:45 pm

Unless you're a farmer.

With an axe.

Re: On Inzae

Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:31 pm

I've never played in it, ... hint hint Tree / Rigon ... but I have liked what I read on it and the general feel of it. And, yes, to me it seems a bit more gritty than the normal default D&D settings.

Re: On Inzae

Sat Mar 17, 2018 1:59 am

Its a lot deadlier, in town and much deadlier out in the wilds. Monsters are everywhere. Very much a world of chaos than order.

Re: On Inzae

Sat Mar 17, 2018 2:01 am

Lurker wrote:I've never played in it, ... hint hint Tree / Rigon ... but I have liked what I read on it and the general feel of it. And, yes, to me it seems a bit more gritty than the normal default D&D settings.


Hey, if you want to only play until maybe 2nd level, I'll use it. I just assumed Aihrde was deadly enough.

Re: On Inzae

Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:18 pm

Mordekai82 wrote:¿Which sourcebook do you recommend for me to learn about it? Thanks.

M.


Death in the Treklant, a collection of the "I Series" of modules (I1 - Vakhund: Into the Unknown, I2 - Under Dark & Mistry Ground: Dzeebagd, I3 - Dogs of War: Felsentheim)

By Shadow of Night (details the city of Bergholt)

Inzae Primer


The above materials will give you some information, though it is still largely undefined as a setting. I believe Davis is working on putting together something more substantial for a future release, though that's been in the pipeline for quite some time now.

Re: On Inzae

Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:13 pm

Treebore wrote:
Lurker wrote:I've never played in it, ... hint hint Tree / Rigon ... but I have liked what I read on it and the general feel of it. And, yes, to me it seems a bit more gritty than the normal default D&D settings.


Hey, if you want to only play until maybe 2nd level, I'll use it. I just assumed Aihrde was deadly enough.


Well I bet we could last to at least 3rd level ;)

Inae, Erde, potato tomato I've never played in either and have wanted to play in both sooooo which ever you chose is good for me :mrgreen:
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