“The Straight Way Lost is an impressive work. I often say that I like roleplaying games that are “opinionated.” By that I mean games that aren’t just meant to be blandly inoffensive to the largest number of potential buyers, but instead have something particular to say. Is The Straight Way Lost going to be for every game table? No. However, for the right table, this is going to be an adventure folks will remember for the rest of their lives. For people who prefer delving into their characters, immersing themselves in a setting, and solving problems without flashing blades, this might just be the book for you.”
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“The Straight Way Lost has finally arrived in the Coboldo household!
A handbook for dnd 5e that takes the Dantean themes of the Commedia and combines them with those of 15th century Florence, giving additional insights to those who had already picked up the fateful Inferno from @acheronbooks! …
In fact, this book contains not only a city setting but also unexplored places such as Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven so as to create an exciting adventure for lovers of the genre that can even last for years!
The work seems to be driven by love and dedication for both Dante (and his work) and the Italian Renaissance and this already is a guarantee for what from a first glance turns out to be an excellent product. What else to say? Thanks to Vortex Verlag for this fantastic book!”
The Straight Way Lost is brought to you by VORTEX VERLAG, Germany.