Reign: Nagalisitu – Episode 13

The Hunting Pack has come to terms with Nagalisitu society as it has evolved. Only one mission remains: to secure economic power for the nation. That means capturing wealth and experts in wealth management. Only the bankers of a fortified city state quality so the Pack is sent out, with a new company of soldiers. This will be their hardest battle yet and with untested warriors. Can they succeed?

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  5 comments for “Reign: Nagalisitu – Episode 13

  1. sevrlbats
    June 20, 2019 at 5:17 pm

    listening to this I was like…”are they really gonna import, like, mercantilist proto-capitalism slave statery into Nagalisitu???” and frankly I’m still not sure how you’re gonna avoid that if these guys are the model! but hearing Caleb rip on them was wonderful

    “and society does not collapse under the weight of this?”

    also the cross-generational army reunion at the end and the people asking after their relatives was fffucking haunting, A+++

  2. Kelsey
    June 22, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    I have been listening to you guys for years, and I think “Reign: Nagalisitu (Oh right, because of those things we did)” might just be my favorite campaign so far.

  3. Ken R
    July 26, 2019 at 4:09 pm

    “The worst lie is the one you mostly know is false but you want to believe it.”

    Damn, Caleb.

    I love how the freewheeling adventures of the early campaign have turned into the weight of consequences. “Oh, my actions.” or “That thing we did” sum it up really well.

    This particular order of introduced concepts has led to a really terrifying Nagalisitu. I’m looking forward to the Reign Realities release to see the other permutations.

  4. Will
    August 17, 2019 at 11:30 pm

    WE FINALLY LEARN WHAT “FOUR HANDS” MEANS

  5. David
    August 18, 2019 at 6:56 pm

    @Will

    I was aiming for the meaningful name that went unnoticed until the origin wrecking-balled into the group. It didn’t quite have the impact I’d hoped for, the sudden realization that Four Hands, aka Experiment 20, showed merely by existing how far “Mother” was willing to go.

    But your all-caps tells me I did it right. Thank you 🙂

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