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5'9" was the perfect height for a Roman Legionnaire.
5'9" was the perfect height for a Roman Legionnaire.

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nice to see the review! Zobeck's my favorite setting, and I've contributed past versions of these characters in other supplements.
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D&D as a team building tool
D&D as a team building tool
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I'd pick it up, but I own it all, already. :)
Six years of work and inspiration after 26 years of practice. The depths of modern terror. All for only $30. The final day. Gamers, tell us: What has your experience been like with #DeltaGreen?
Delta Green +2
Delta Green +2
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Love this game and this cause!
One thousand bundles sold! That’s nearly $3,000 to support Human Rights Watch and Delta Green in that many more minds and hands.
Delta Green +2
Delta Green +2
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Either go check out the result later, or submit! But this is a great option for people who love #DeltaGreen
#DeltaGreen fans are building scenario "set pieces" in a new contest. Share your ideas there and help other Handlers run their best games.
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This is a fun series, starting with Cat & Mouse
Vile cultists, undead catfolk, a werecrocodile gnoll, and deadly secrets that lie buried beneath the River of Sand: Grimalkin for #Pathfinder #RPG is now available at the Kobold store! https://koboldpress.com/kpstore/product/grimalkin-pathfinder-roleplaying-game/
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I cannot wait to get my treeware...
Just this week I've seen two or three online questions about "I want to get caught up on Delta Green's background, but where do I begin?" The Handler's Guide has 125 pages just of history, from Innsmouth to 2017, with half a dozen scenario seeds on every page.
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I'm glad this one decided to stick around a while longer-- I have to say I'm a fan of his work and he's a wonderful human being.
That Time I Didn't Die
That Time I Didn't Die
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To the top of the World!
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I'll give this the public RPG share-- if you like #ArsMagica then you need some Sub Rosa! :D
Out of the depths of our sanctums and the shadows of the nearby forests, Sub Rosa reemerges to bring you issue #20, chock full of "secrets & lies."

We take a moment to talk about events from Gencon before diving into articles on secret codes, spontaneous magic, and urban merchant companies, an adventure set in Palermo, and no less than three mystery cults to engage or oppose your magi with their magics and hidden plots. Forum regular +Pelle Kofod brings you a Divine beast and its regio, and former line author +Christian Andersen details the Cult of Shape-stealers. Other authors include returning contributors Gerald Wylie, Robin Bland, Berengar Drexel, and +Benoît Léoutre. This is 94 pages of brand new material to craft conspiracies and shadowy machinations for months to come!

+Jeff Menges graces our cover and internal art is brought to you by Jeff, +Elizabeth Porter, Angela Taylor, +Jason Tseng, +Patrick Demo, and +Troy E. Taylor-- Troy's map of Palermo is pretty fantastic and worth the price of entry alone, in my humble opinion. They all do outstanding art, though, and we can't thank them enough.

If you'd like to purchase an issue of Sub Rosa, send $4.50(US) for single issues, $13(US) for a troupe issue via paypal to subrosa@distantlandspublishing.com send and we'll shoot you a link to download your copy. We offer a bundle of four issues for $16(US), which can be any four issues, they don't need to be sequential.

Our policy of providing a free copy of issue #20 the first three reviewers of issue #20 still stands-- if you've got #20 and want #21 for free, let us know what you thought of this issue. Post your review and send us an email to subrosa@distantlandspublishing.com. We'll hook you up. We ended up leaving one review issue on the table this time. You'll want to move fast if you want to buy Number 20 and potentially not buy again for as long as you're willing to let us know your opinions on the current issue. 
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