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Picture of a Corby, a new character class from Fr. Dave’s magnificent module. More to come.
I talk about Dyson Logos on this blog a LOT. If you want to see how much, put “Dyson” in my blog’s search and see what comes up. I have used his maps for literally dozens of sessions, across many … Continue reading
Fr. Dave does AMAZING work. I am thrilled to report that I just now found out he released another module reimagining! http://bloodofprokopius.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-caves-of-cormakir-conjurer.html Seriously, this man’s work with the format and layout and mapping is delicious. I have not even been … Continue reading
I have been playing permissive games too long, it seems. It was a real eye-opener to use the character generation method and end up with a character who was, net, -3 to attributes. Also, -1 to hit in melee and … Continue reading
I found this post extremely interesting. This morning I doodled a graf chracter. Erik is free to use this image any way he wants for anything Wampus. I think it could be a fun character to play; I’d make him … Continue reading
In Simon Forster‘s Lottery Dungeon, he notes that there is a Lost Temple that the DM can flesh out if the characters wander that direction. Well, my Lottery Dungeon characters have been itching to go to a city to get … Continue reading