Despite the date, it’s no joke — Free League has another Symbaroum product in the works. The tabletop publisher unveiled Ruins of Symbaroum, the 5E version of the game, today, and a crowdfunding campaign is planned for later in the month.
Whatever you do, always heed the warnings spoken by the wardens of the forest –tread carefully and do not disturb the ruins of old, for ancient evil stirs in its sleep. The horrors of Davokar are about to awaken…
If you’ve played Symbaroum before, then you should have an idea of what to expect here…a 5E adaption of the endless hunt through the forests of Davokar. Will your party find treasure, fame or valuable knowledge? Or will they just get devoured by something? The coming 5E version will include three full-color hardback books – the Player’s Guide, the Game Master’s Guide, and the Bestiary — each depicted with lavish illustrations of Davorkar’s beauty and danger.
“All in all, this is a stunning piece of work,” says Rodney Orpheus of the website Medium. “It has all the sophistication of 13th Age, the mechanical beauty of Dungeon World, and the dark attractiveness of Warhammer Fantasy in a comprehensive and elegant game.”
Free League plans to reveal more about Ruins Of Symbaroum once the Kickstarter launches later this month. Mark your calendars for April 13.
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