Category Archives: Talislanta: Savage Lands

New TSL Updates!

Big day of news for the Savage Land project over on our Facebook group. From SMS: “The Savage Land RPG is in production, and is doing well despite some additional changes in personnel and logistics (explained below). The color painting for the book cover has been completed by Italian artist Mario Teodosio, and it looks […]

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The Tribes of the Savage Land

Greetings Tal-fans. The writing team for Savage Land has been hard at work. We’ve currently got about 35 pages of manuscript that deal solely with the remaining Tribes in the Savage Land. These tribes will form many of the nations and cultures of the New Age as well as depict what Talislanta was like in […]

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Writer’s Blog – A Timeline of the Savage Land

Greetings Tal-fans. I actually seem to have missed bi-weekly get-together, but I’ll make up for that a bit today. There was a comment over in the Talisanta Facebook group about the inclusion of current historical canon material and how it would all fit in with the Savage Land milieu. Rest assured that there are bits […]

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[T: SL] Writer’s Blog – PC Tribes

The writing team is 90% done with the write-ups for the PC Tribes, so I’d like to take a bit of time to share with you all some of the stuff that’s going into the Tribal write-ups. Last time, I mentioned that we were narrowing down the number of PC races in order to make […]

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Writer’s Blog – Talislanta: Savage Lands

Greetings Tal-fans, I’m here to take a moment of your time to tell you about about the new Talislanta product in production. I’m sure that all of you have heard about it by now and know that we’re going full-steam ahead with things. I’d like to take a moment to share with you some of […]

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