Some secrets take longer to unravel than others, but you're certain to find these worth the wait...
Sub Rosa #13 emerges from the laboratory, flush with discovered wisdom and eager to share.
Inspired by our auspicious thirteenth issue, and the (relatively) recent Kickstarter suggestion, we present the Diedne issue! We've spared no expense, bringing you 108(!) pages of tantalizing material bound to fire your imagination, inspiring both unlikely allies and hidden antagonists. Almost double the length of our previous issues!
Our gorgeous cover is courtesy of the incomparable Jeff Menges, and our internal artists are the talented collection of Angela Taylor, Anoeska Buijze, Barrie James, Elizabeth Porter, Jason Tseng, and Patrick Demo.
We have exciting overview material from Mark Lawford and Gerald Wylie. Six fully playable takes on House Diedne from veteran contributors Ben McFarland and James Parks, Christian Anderson, C.J. Romer, Erik Dahl, and Matt Ryan and Tobias Wheeler-- as well as one from newcomer Mark Baker-- give this issue a real punch. Diedne creator, Naomi Rivkis expounds on the shadowy origins of the lost House, providing us tantalizing details.
But there's more to issue #13 than the followers of Diedne. Vulcanis Argens returns for another installment, and we have Redcap Training packages by Lachlan Hayes. Timothy Ferguson offers up the Divisible Men, a gruesome tradition out of the Slavic regions. Finally, Chad Bowser shows us the Lost City of Kitezh, a site of Mythic proportions from the steppes of the Novgorod Tribunal.
And there you have it! No initiation required, no oath demanded. Purchase your copy today!
As always, if you'd like to pick up an issue of Sub Rosa, send $4.50(US) for single issues, $13(US) for a troupe issue via paypal to email@example.com once you've completed your order. We're working to change this arrangement, and we'll post as soon as we have a better option. We've been somewhat preoccupied with things we cannot talk about, but you're going to love. We promise. Swear it, even. On our familiars' lives. Trust us on this.
Five years into this, and you still need convincing? We've put together a short preview here!
Our policy of providing a free copy of issue #14 the first three reviewers of issue #13 still stands-- if you've got #13 and want #14 for free, let us know what you thought of this issue. Post your review and send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll hook you up.