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Vaesen: The Lost Mountain Saga Reviewed

Vaesen: The Lost Mountain Saga (Free League Publishing)Title: Vaesen – The Lost Mountain Saga

Publisher: Free League Publishing

Authors: Ellinor DiLorenzo with Tomas Härenstam and Kiku Pukk-Härenstam

Artists: Johan Egerkrans and Anton Vitus

Year: 2023

Genre: Adventure campaign for the Swedish based horror roleplaying game Vaesen

Pages: 84 pages

MSRP: $39.99 for the hardcover or $19.99 in PDF at DriveThruRPG

I talk about the new adventure campaign for the Vaesen roleplaying game from Free League Publishing. The Lost Mountain Saga contains five interconnected horror tales, set in Sweden, which are based on Ellinor DiLorenzo’s podcast of the same name.

1:45 Diving into Vaesen: The Lost Mountain Saga
15:06 Final thoughts and review score
21:27 Wrapping up

1 Comment

  1. Jeff,

    I had already pre ordered, being something of a Vaesen completist, which is rare for me but I appreciate the game line’s affectation. I thought your’s a very sound review. Mayhap oddly I find your reviews that end up dissuading me from purchase the more valuable. There’s an English boardgame blogger I follow. No names, no pack drill, but I wish to god I had read his review before I bought Wasteland Express. I still keep the game to remind me of the perils of hubris and the necessity of penance. Thank you as always for your hard work.

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Vaesen: The Lost Mountain Saga Reviewed

I must say The Lost Mountain Saga is my favorite of the Vaesen adventure books released to date. I especially dig the various spooky moments scattered through in which to give your players the creeps. A really well done campaign for the most part. Where I tend to have issues is in the recycling of artwork seen in previous Vaesen books as well as the rather high pricing for only 84 pages of content. The physical production quality of the book is top notch but I feel essentially $40 for fewer than 90 pages is a bit much.
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