Articles By Author - Logan Bonner

Lost City Playtest Preview: The Forbidden Archive

(Illustration by Darren Calvert) The patrons and designers have completed the first drafts of the The Lost City of Kadralhu patronage project, and now is a great time to jump on if you’re curious but haven’t yet signed up. Today and next week, we present a few pages from Logan Bonner, Michael Furlanetto, Tracy Hurley, and Quinn Murphy. (Our fifth author, Jobe Bittman, just has too many spoilers in his section. Can’t give it...

Oklu: Monster Preview for The Lost City

Come, join The Lost City patronage project! Note: This preview precedes choosing the specific setting for The Lost City. Consequently, few specifics show up here, awaiting a more concrete theme with specific scenery and detailed descriptions of their former masters. Many details will change throughout the design process. You’ll see more sections when we add detail later on! ___ Bred and trained as perfect servants, oklus sculpt their...

The Lost City is GO!

The Lost City is a go! We’ve met the commission, and it’s time to choose a setting. If you’re not already in on the conversation, become a patron today. Then you can contribute and vote! I’ve recently put up a setting poll, and we can soon get started on pitches and bring you more exciting news. The senior patrons will be sending in their pitches based on the setting we choose, so get ready to sift through their...

My First Gen Con: Logan Bonner

4th Edition D&D designer Logan Bonner shares his Gen Con memories with us in our “My First Gen Con” series of guest posts. Logan will be leading Open Design’s newest project, The Lost City. Tell us the story of your own first Gen Con (even if this upcoming one is your first) in our My First Gen Con contest! I went to my first Gen Con the year after I started playing D&D. For most of my peers, this would have meant going in...

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