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The new RPG from Monte Cook. A game of surrealistic fantasy, secrets, and magic played both at the table--and away from it.
A roleplaying game of surrealistic fantasy, secrets, and magic played both at the table—and away from it.
A roleplaying game of surrealistic fantasy, secrets, and magic played both at the table—and away from it.
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The Gold Sun

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There are no endings. Only transitions. 

Finally, we reach the Gold Sun. The Gold Sun is the sun of new beginnings. Its number is 8. It is redemption, mercy, and forgiveness. Like the Red Sun, the Gold Sun is about change, but rather than just a change of state, the Gold Sun is about rehabilitation and improvement. Second chances.

The realm basking in the light of the Gold Sun is quiet. A great many of the hypermagical people called the elderbrin dwell there in nomadic villages built on sapient, self-directed rivers and isolated castles made of discarded moth chrysalises. The nights are extremely cold, but the daytime rays of the sun are quite warm. Everywhere dichotomies are in transition. 

Here, they say, shattered porcelain vases reassemble on their own, if given enough time. Locks open on their own. Scars fade. Creatures once dead rise. 

The guardian of the Gold Sun’s gate is Shima, a powerful and wise being of beauty and grandeur. She is difficult to find and more difficult to impress. Or even gain the notice of. 

Korazon of the Gold Sun’s Nightside will be revealed later, but that time is perhaps nearer than you think, for the path is soon to double back and restart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    1. Saajan 9000
      Superbacker
      on August 29, 2016

      On broken things coming back together ->

      f(x) 4 Walls:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch…

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      James on August 29, 2016

      Okay, Baltimore, get to work...