Review of Carpenter’s Hanged for the Few

An earnest party of travelers is engaged to find a mysterious holy city on behalf of a bloodthirsty and menacing tyrant – but despite the horrible external threats of fierce lizardmen, crazed ideologues and the nightmarish bedevilments of the past, it may be that the internal threats of mistrust, suspicion, and mutual intolerance are actually the more dangerous enemies.

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