The fabled royal sorcerer Hesperia Penniston Horvath— the keeper of ink, queen of tears— was said to have authored her final book while in a fit of agony, screaming in the solitude of a damp chamber. Upon finding her body, it was reported that the book was titled 602 Laws of Command for the Cursed and the Damned, however the text itself disappeared in the hands of one of the fellows who dug up her body. Or so they say. They were drawn to it, some say. It's the power of the book. Whether or not Hesperia Horvath wrote the book in the throes of fell influence by a stronger being, something was wrong with it. Something was wrong with the way it's stories popped up before great calamity. Something was wrong with the way folk's eyes sometimes looked when they spoke of it. Something was wrong with the way "602 Laws" sounded when said aloud, like a foul curse. They say it's first few pages are inscribed with it's past owners, that the next name may very well be Bastien Fellrath— the Mancutter, sovereign of the Akker empire. Whatever the truth may be, the 602 Laws will be yours. They must be. But tread carefully in the dark, they say the 602 Laws might just command you. --------------- Taking a bit of the "you might be evil, or at least start with morally grey motivations" element from Bad Company. This will be a test of the hypothetical "MoonSystem" / "GoldSystem" of statplaying— which will basically be simple dnd style play. I'm looking for a party of about 3, though if I somehow get more I could potentially go for 4.