A special thanks. The support just keeps on rolling in for The Lost Age. Before getting into the nuts and bolts of this update I’d like to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who has volunteered their time and energy to help me build, test, and refine this project over the last several … More Project Update
Jueera & Her City Welcome back to the second part of Jueera’s tale in The Lost Age. After aiding her people the Thakir to flee from the Malverians they were lost at Sea for 30 years despite Jueera’s aid. But upon reaching the land to the East that was promised to them, many of her followers … More Jueera & Her City
Jueera & Apotheosis Define: Apotheosis Noun The elevation of someone to divine status; deification. After all that talk about magic in The Lost Age, and how deities fuel their power I thought it would be pertinent to show of the latest on one of the first “Mortal Deities”. Mortal deities were mortals who ascended to god … More Jueera & Apotheosis
“Enu Spoke. “Open thy hearth to the beggar, to the stranger, to thine enemy if he should ask it, for in the sharing of thy bounty can the Father’s face be seen. And woe unto he who turns away a hungry mouth from his door, for the Sun’s fury burns hot and bright.” With these … More Spiritual Magic
Magic is one of the key components of any good fantasy setting. Like many before it The Lost Age features two types of magic. That granted by the gods and that which is mastered by individual users. Each of these magics fundamentally function the same, there are things in the world (cats, rocks, plants, people, … More Esoteric Magic
Fantasy is rife with cities of ancient fallen splendor. There’s always a catalytic event, Osgiliath was burnt by flame in the Kin-Strife of Gondor, Myth Drannor was reduced to ruin by magical explosions and an army of demonic forces. In Khem that place is Kufiss. Built to honor the ancient goddess of water and knowledge, … More Location, Location, Location!
Back again to share more about the Kah, one of the Races in The Lost Age. Here’s one of the No-Kah Matriarchs, the Mata, by Audre “Charamath”. The Mata lead their people through their accumulated wisdom, and the visions they receive from their god. And because my prose is not my strength read an excerpt … More People, The Kah
Great news this week, my friend Brandon Burt has some free time and agreed to do some commission work for The Lost Age! Brandon will be working on some landscapes to help capture the look and feel of the land of Khem. You can see his work bring Deep Nerah to life. The oldest Deep hold … More Landscapes, Characters, and Layout oh my!
You know there is a ton that goes into an RPG book, the big things like art and rules everyone thinks about. The subtle nuances that most folks don’t pick up on really start coming out of the wood work once you start to dig into it though. Things like the font, line spacing, Bullet … More Whats’s in a Color Scheme?
Keith here, looking to keep you up to date on the state of the game. Currently all game systems are implemented and awaiting further playtesting. I’ve begun working with Savannah to make sure the book is edited to make sense and look clean. Illustration is well under way with fresh art from Audre “Charamath“. In the coming … More Back in Action