Review: Secrets of Silent Streets

What Secrets will you find on the Silent Streets of Satyrene, vislae? I’ve been thinking a lot about Invisible Sun lately.  Partly because of the epicness that is the Hole in the World and my friend Zach Norton’s and his cast’s mad storytelling skills.  But mostly, because it is, without compare, the most interestingly vivid … Continue reading Review: Secrets of Silent Streets

Review: Ptolus – Monte Cook’s City by the Spire

Ptolus: Monte Cook's City by the Spire re-released and updated for Dungeons & Dragons 5E & Monte Cook Games' Cypher System Whether you agree or disagree, the longer you find yourself in this hobby, the more likely you are to run across things that are considered cultural icons.  Products that have influenced so many people … Continue reading Review: Ptolus – Monte Cook’s City by the Spire

Review: Hard-Wired Island

Hardwired Island: Retrofuture Cyberpunk, by Paul Matijevic, Freyja Erlingsdóttir, and Minerva McJanda from Weird Aged Games We're back again for a review and talking Cyberpunk. It's one of our favorite subjects here at Angel's Citadel, and we're looking at a new product this week from a publisher that's new to us: Weird Age Games. The … Continue reading Review: Hard-Wired Island

Review: Worlds Without Number

2020 was a very important year for Angel’s Citadel.  Aside from being our first year in existence and releasing the first product for our Hope’s Horizon line, it also was where we set the tone for how we were going to operate.  While we did, in fact, start with reviews of Monte Cook Games products, … Continue reading Review: Worlds Without Number

Review: Band of Blades

Do you get bored playing the same characters over and over and like to use different tactics? Are you tired of the same old refrain? Do you love dark, gritty and horror? Do you have a taste for both military and individual combat? Allow me to introduce you to a Forged in the Dark book … Continue reading Review: Band of Blades