Last year i convinced my cousin to buy this game together on ebay. I didn't even know the rules or had any reviews on it beside what i got from this old web. We ended up liking the game and that (is a modernized clone of a two-centuries old, french card game called coup d'état), but before even buying it, we both fell in love with that art: a reminiscence of an age where cgi and computers were not still a part of the common fantasy artists. There is something in this style that takes me back to the days when i was a little kid; i dont know why. I'll leave this here for you to watch it by yourself. The responsible of this awesome paintings is a man called Bob Pepper.
This is a blog to post some of my works, some inspiration, and maybe some resources around the world of the Tabletop RPGs. Also it will be a way to keep improving my english, so feel free to correct me as i write.
" Zeus himself was patron of hospitality (as well as most other social laws), so breaking Sacred Hospitality, either by host or guest, would incur his fury."