[Second part of the report of my second session about the three men who went to Dunnsmouth ] The home of Pearce Dunlop rested on one of the few remaining patches of solid earth and the characters soon had to pull their swamp boat like a sledge once more, but this time they were not […]
Last Friday my friends an I were finally able to get together for a LotFP-session again, and so the story of the three men that went to Dunnsmouth continued [first part of the second session].
Today I finished my work on a powered-by-FATE(tm) compatible version of my Examples of the Dark Arts Vol.02. Unlike its predecessor, Vol.02 is a straight item list without any “fluff text”, but puts the focus on the items and the rules. And of course, I made some minor changes to some of the items, in […]
Today my friends and I will meet again to continue the adventure of the three men that went to Dunnsmouth, and I just made my self familiar with my soundtrack playlist again. I prefer to have a list that offers different options but is less than twenty tracks large (after all, one needs to navigate […]
I hate google for bugging me, but to many creative minds have decided to use google groups to ignore them completely. For example, Die Drop Table Hell includes a post about this Badlands Terrain DDT by Christopher Weeks (which you may also download from here). As it is often the case with a DDT, the […]
„Guests for Dinner“ is a pay-what-you-want, OSR-fantasy dungeon crawl that weighs in at 10 pages, 7 of them including the little OSR run-in-dungeon it is, as well as a quick guide to a nearby town, how and why the dungeon is what it is, and a small (half page) primer on „character-funnel-type play“. The dungeon […]
Not every encountered should mean trouble or harm to the PC, otherwise the players will start to shun every event to the best of their abilities (and rightly so!). Thereby, I offer you six beneficial events for “vanilla” fantasy OSR games.