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Talislanta: Tales of the Savage Land (2016) *webcomic subscription* (Spanish edition)
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Talislanta: Tales of the Savage Land (2016) *webcomic subscription* (Spanish edition)

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** PLEASE NOTE: This product is currently cover + 6 pages long. It will grow to 80+ pages at the rate of 1-2 pages per week throughout 2016. The file is updated each Monday to add new pages. A six-page prologue to this story is also available! English editions of both the main story and prologue are also available. If you want more information, then please subscribe to the expanded material related both this comic and the upcoming Talislanta: The Savage Land RPG.

This story of Severus, last of his race, is set in the dark past of the classic RPG, Talislanta. Fans of Talislanta are in for a special treat, but you need only be a fan of heroic fantasy to enjoy this ongoing story.

The fantasy world Talislanta debuted in a paper roleplaying game in 1986. The game was known for its non-traditional fantasy setting, which featured hundreds of unusual races, creatures, and archetypes, and for a series of print ads that ran under the headline, “No Elves”.

Now Talislanta creator Stephan Michael Sechi is back with a new vision of an earlier world of Talislanta — Talislanta: The Savage Land. The black & white illustrations are by Ben Dennett.

Where the original Talislanta was set many centuries after a cataclysm known as The Great Disaster, TSL takes place just a few years after this catastrophe, which the inhabitants of this era refer to as The Fall. The great civilization of the Archaens is no more. The last kingdoms have fallen, and the sorcerer-kings have fled or been killed by their own creations. With them went all knowledge of spell-casting, leaving only primitive rituals and superstitions. In this milieu, Talislanta is truly a savage and dangerous land, ruled by wild tribes and beast-folk consumed by the constant struggle to survive.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on December 28, 2015.