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Dwarven Temple to Khorus

My intrepid adventurers are still in Dweredell. They have been working with the gangs in the ruins of the outer city to try and get them integrated into the community better. They already cleared out one of the old dwarven … Continue reading

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My Magic Item Entries

Erik Tenkar is hosting an OSR Superstar contest. It ballooned way past what he expected, with hundreds of entries. The first round involves up to three magic items. Here are mine! Syveld Silk. Syveld grubs spin silk, and its color … Continue reading

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False Machine, Good Input

So Patrick at False Machine has put out a free book collecting some of his blog posts. As I have started digging into this book, I have found him to be very insightful, rocking me back on my heels several … Continue reading

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Tales of the Grotesque and Dungeonesque III!

It has arrived! You can find it here. In the great Jack Shear tradition, you can get a free .pdf and you can also get it in paperback and hard cover. Which is excellent. Once again Jack releases a tome … Continue reading

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Reskinning Dyson’s Delve: Draft 1

On Saturday I had a chance for a pick-up game of Crumbling Epoch, with a couple hours notice. What to do, what to do? My default recommendation now is to use the “Death on Ice” and “Warrens of the Murder … Continue reading

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OSR Guns follow-up

I posted a link on G+ to the blog post yesterday. I got some reactions to the post there. However, in a couple days it may be extremely difficult to find that conversation again, and I’ll be able to find … Continue reading

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OSR Guns

Guns are not dangerous enough in d20 systems. Check this out. When shot, save vs. Spells (or target’s choice between reflex or fortitude) or receive a mortal wound. You die in 1d6-2 turns; if the result is 0, you die … Continue reading

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