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Author Topic: [Miniatures] Roy Thomas to Write Introduction to Conan: Rise of Monsters  (Read 317 times)


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Pulposaurus is THRILLED to announce that one of our main inspirations for the game, "Savage Sword of Conan" writer and editor ROY THOMAS, has joined us on our project!

Mr. Thomas has written an introduction to the world of King Conan for "Conan: Rise of Monsters," AND the opening of the narrative campaign, which features the wizard Thoth-Amon and his attempts to raise Father Set, the dread snake god of Stygia.

Save the date for the launch of the Conan: Rise of Monsters Kickstarter: Tuesday, June 13th!


Click the link to read what this phenomenal talent said about his work at Marvel Comics, his love of Conan, and Pulposaurus' new game:

Pulposaurus is owned by Pinnacle Entertainment Group, best known as the creators of Deadlands and Savage Worlds tabletop roleplaying games. Conan: Rise of Monsters was developed for Pulposaurus by Jack Emmert, Timothy Brown, George Vasilakos, Shane Hensley, and other notable game designers.
Pinnacle Entertainment Group
Creators of the award-winning tabletop roleplaying games Savage Worlds and Deadlands