The Temper of Heroic Hearts

David A McCreless, Erik Florentz, Kit Kindred
Slot 3 - Fri 2pm-6:30pm - 4 1/2 hours
NO MORE PLAYERS ACCEPTED

For over two thousand years, Lord Drake has taken up arms against what is unjust. Under his flag, farmers discover themselves to be heroes, priests become legends, and mercenaries find their honor, no matter how deeply it was buried. He has knighted boys, women, men, and beings undefined in your experience. And he has knighted you, to carry the fight forward against the growing Dark. You are of that Code now. You ride for Justice. You are a Knight and your heart knows passion for what is Right. The Grand Stair is Infinite. No band of Knights, not even commanded by Drake, can stand against all the Darkness that may pour out of that Infinite wondrous design. What matters is that someone will make that stand. See to your gear, the call has gone out again. We ride.

The Great Enemy is on the move. They have been discovered in a mysterious Gossamer world known as Iridess. Can the knights save the people of Iridess and find a way to save the world before it and all its wonders are lost to the Shadow?

What do players need to do to prepare for the game
Please contact Kitkindred@gmail.com. This is a game of swashbuckling action with a chivalric code. The game is part of vast multiverse of Lords of Gossamer & Shadow, and will preview material from an upcoming supplement. This is a shared world game with An Unkindness of Ravens. Depending on player actions, there may be some interaction between the two games. <p><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Characters are Drake's knights, the bravest and most loyal guardians of the Grand Stair. In another place and time, he was King Arthur. He has chosen you to carry on the traditions of lost Camelot.</span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Pre-generated characters will be provided.</span></p>
Teen-friendly, Adventure, Lords of Gossamer & Shadow, Non-Amber, Ongoing, Role Playing Game, Series, Tabletop

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