Tag Archives: setting

Mounted and Bristling

Here’s a little window into the re-started fantasy game we played Friday (and will play all this month.) I want to tell you about their mounts, and then include a little campaign information. The mounts are the main thing, for … Continue reading

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Reskinning B/X Classes.

This is lots of fun. I’m inspired by Jack Shear’s Devilmount class re-skins. No need for mechanical adjustments. Encourages constructs, undead, and furries. Roll once for each, and you’ll have a pretty distinct setting. Here you go! Halfling: 1d6 Anthropomorphic … Continue reading

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Ruins of the Undercity map: The Butcher’s Basement

I got a .pdf of Ruins of the Undercity based on what I saw over on Dyson’s blog. I am very interested in randomizers, and I am still planning to create one that is ideal for my needs. To do … Continue reading

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Ghalidell Isles for Secret Santicore 2012

It seems that Secret Santicore 2012 is foundering, and possibly lost. This is a tragic happening, but it is better for the project to go than for Jez to be further pressured in an awful situation. I’ve been hanging on … Continue reading

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Twenty Questions for Assignation

And again with Jeff’s 20 questions! This time, for Assignation. Twenty Questions About Assignation

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Sandbox Reflections

Robert Conley shared “Blackmarsh” with the online community–a great sandbox setting that I’ve looked over and thought about adapting. Good stuff! Anyway, I was reading in the “Adventuring Advice” section, and ran across this: After each session of the campaign, … Continue reading

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Harrowfaust: Twenty Questions

Jeff Rients has twenty questions here. Let’s answer them for my World Between game! We get to play there next on August 11. (This was harder than I thought it would be, but I like how it turned out.) What … Continue reading

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