After I finished my encounters for the Red Cages, I was later asked for some additional ideas for the second part of Tattered Fates: the Revelry. Naturally, I just started to churn out post after post in the FFG forum (nobody complained about the horrible grammar and writing back then). Today, I finished another re-write of it. And here you have it. Straight from my dropbox. I won´t copy the whole text this time: this would mean to format it -again- and right at the moment the last thing I want to do is to format another paragraph of text. 🙂
Do you want strange, supernatural encounters that you can confront your players with when they travel through a forest? Something that is a tad more scary or spooky than an ambush of a pack of wolves or a raging owlbear? Beware of the Spirits of the Woods, my latest pay-what-you-want-title, provides you with six such encounters. None of them should be used as a random encounter, as they are in no case something that may happen each and every day to a group of travelers. They are something special, that perhaps happens once every couple of month (or even less often), or something that happens in a certain, cursed or hexed part of the woods.
All creatures encountered are supernatural (pixies, sprites and spirits) and chaotic, magical beings. Clerical spells like Protection from Evil will affect them. And as nobody reads my blog for my advertisement, I will give you two examples below.
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The title has more grandeur than the supplement. This is just a collection of ideas for an outpost of the Mi-Go, and for the contents of certain rooms. They are based on the concepts of H.P. Lovecraft (the author who “created” the Mi-Go), but are my own re-visioned version of them and thereby include sci-fi influences of other works and areas. To a reader who is not familiar with the works of H.P. Lovecraft or the Mi-Go, some of the material might be confusing instead of inspiring. But it is pay-what-you-want, so give it a try.
For those folk who cannot stand to download PDF, I have copied the whole content into this blogpost, too. You may use it in your own publications (even commercial ones), but if you do so please give me credit:
Some ideas were inspired by (or taken from) “Gregorius21778: The Mi-Go Outpost in the Red Mesa”
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Halloween is now over, and the Blood-Drenched Room disappeared from the lists of the available downloads on drivethrurpg.com. The search engine still shows that it was there, but the page it should lead to is gone. Only the next Halloween will summon it back to our world, unless…
Well, unless this blog posts here gets at least 13 likes. As soon as this happens, I will make the Blood-Drenched Room “public” again, for 13 days.
If you want to summon something, gather a small cult and start chanting *chuckles*.
One of my very first “fan projects” was a collection of additional scenes for the chapter “The Red Cages” of “Tattered Fates”, the first module of the Haarlock´s Legacy (for Dark Heresy). The positive feedback I got back then at the FFG forum encouraged me to write more and more of those “additional material” fan projects. This was many years ago. Now, I present you a cleaned-up version of it. I do not have the time to clean it -all- up so, so please bear with my writing
And to all of you who gave me positive feedback: thank you for your encouragement!
If there is a proper time for the oldest, cheesiest and most well-known form of undead in all of roleplaying, then it is Halloween. Bring out your dead! With this blog post, I bring out mine. Well, some of them, as this is actually an excerpt from my Almanac of Animated Skeletons, but who is going to knock a gift-boneman onto the skull, huh?
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Halloween is coming, and those GM who need just one more minor, not-plot-releated-but-spooky encounter in their LotFP game I would like to introduce to Valeria.
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