Savage Lankhmar: City of Thieves is coming to you very soon! Watch this space, the Pinnacle Facebook page, Pinnacle on G+, or the Pinnacle Twitter feed for the most up-to-date information as it becomes available. Until then, let us leave you with our favorite Setting Rule from the book.
No Honor Among Thieves
Betrayal is a part of life in the City of Thieves. Sometimes a companion double-crosses his mates over a few gold pieces. Other times he might cheat on a friend over the love of a woman. Most of these betrayals are met with a wry smile and a vow to reciprocate at some future date. There is no honor among thieves, after all.
Sometimes the betrayal is more personal. In Lankhmar, whenever a character is betrayed by a close friend or associate (a trusted ally or even another player character—Game Master’s call), he cannot spend a Benny to reroll any opposed defensive action.
If the betrayal is an actual attack (almost assuredly with The Drop) and the victim doesn’t Soak all the wounds and / or remove the Shaken, he must make a Vigor roll versus the damage or go unconsciousness per the Knock Out Blow rules on page 25). He may not spend Bennies on this roll.
Keep your eyes on friends and enemies alike, and be ready for Savage Lankhmar: City of Thieves to sneak its way onto your bookshelf soon!