Review: The Nightside

I am going to preface this review by stating, unequivocally, that I love Invisible Sun.  It is absolutely my favorite RPG, having supplanted Numenera.  Its surreality and fascinating take on magic get my creative juices flowing.  The artwork is astoundingly good.  The character creation process completely changed how I think about Session Zero in all … Continue reading Review: The Nightside

Pinging on radar from our hiatus…

Friends, Angel's Citadel supporters, lend me your ears… OK… stop throwing ears at me. You know what I meant. Angel's Citadel is gearing up to begin streaming to Twitch! You will be able to find us at: We will be streaming some live discussions about gaming, reviews, and other topics on a regular basis. … Continue reading Pinging on radar from our hiatus…

Bonus Post: Locations in the Actuality

The Actuality, the world of Invisible Sun, is a wonderous place full of weird people, strange locations, and bizarre events. Sometimes, however, it can be difficult to know where to start thinking about making the Actuality your own. I thought, today, I would share three of the locations that either Joann or I came up … Continue reading Bonus Post: Locations in the Actuality

Review: Teratology

Here we see Taramoc Eslin teaching in a lecture setting... For this review, we will be continuing our look at the supplemental Invisible Sun books from the original Invisible Sun Kickstarter.  We have touched on Secrets of Silent Streets and Book M already.  Most systems, however, have some form of bestiary.  Something with monsters and … Continue reading Review: Teratology

Review: Book M

I’ve always kind of been a sucker for mechanics in a game that are tied to a story in such a way that the world feels more enriched.  This list includes things like Forgotten Realms’ Mythals, powerful elven rituals affecting people, geography, climate, and other things.  It includes Shadowrun’s Great Ghost Dance that saved the … Continue reading Review: Book M