Privateer Press have announced the return of their steampunk fantasy Iron Kingdoms.
Iron Kingdoms launched in 2001 and used D&D 3 to fuel a steampunk setting populated with Warjacks and Gun Mages.
More than a thousand years ago, the land that is now called the Iron Kingdoms was western Immoren, a mire of warring human city-states. Then came the Orgoth, evil imperial humans from beyond the sea who would change the face of western Immoren forever. The Orgoth Empire occupied the land for six hundred years before the people of Immoren banded together to defeat the invaders and drive them back across the sea from whence they came. While the rebel armies kept the peace, their leaders convened in a city called Corvis. This Council of Ten drafted the Corvis Treaties after weeks of furious debate, and the Iron Kingdoms were born.
The 5e version of Iron Kingdoms will be dependant on a 2020 Kickstarter.
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