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Praedor 2.0

Praedor 2.0: A retired adventurer turned beggar.
A retired adventurer in his second career.

The second edition of Praedor came out exactly 20 years after its predecessor. The second edition is split into two hard-cover books: one for the players and another for the game-master.

There were several artists working on this edition, most notably Petri Hiltunen whose graphic novels the RPG is based on. I did a couple new pieces, including a bustling street scene with a retired adventurer, and a portrayal of a ritual in the ruins of Warth.

Praedor 2.0: A ritual in the ruins of Warth.
Bargaining in the ruins of Warth

Praedor: Salaisuuksien kirja

Demon / Praedor: Salaisuuksien kirjaBurger Games publishes a new and long awaited module Salaisuuksien kirja (The Book of Secrets) for Praedor, the undeniable flagship in the fleet of Finnish role-playing games.

For me, Salaisuuksien kirja was an exploration into new kind of inking style. Using parallel lines of varying width instead of cross-hatching even in the darker areas was, of course, inspired by Franklin Booth. Most of art I did for the project pre-dates that of The Eye of the Stone Thief (2015) and Dracula Unredacted (2015) where I used the same style.

I’ve added some new illustrations in the black-and-white gallery.