Well, last Saturday I met with my Fate(tm) RPG group again. I was going to sent them away from the Northern Wall (think “The Wall” from Game of Thrones and you get the picture) to accompany a cleric (in this case it means: Paladin) to the ruin of a tower about two days travel away. […]
Yesterday, a glance at my wishlist at drivethrurpg.com revealed to me that http://www.tabeltopmusic.com are currently selling there The Adventurer´s Collection Tabeltop Soundtrack tracks for just $0.25 a piece (even less if you take the bundle). Of course, I cleared my wishlist. Here are the tracks I own and recommend, and what for. If you have […]
At the end of October 2018 my post The Things at the Sea of Fog it received positive feedback from Justin Stewart (from the dragonsgonnadrag blog). He even encouraged me to turn it into “a full adventure”. While I cannot really do that any time soon (there are other projects I want to finish first), […]
I am currently working on a forth part of my Examples of the Dark Arts. It will be centered on She-Demons, and hopefully I will be able to finish it before the end of the year. To give you a taste, I will reveal two entries it is going to contain: the Tears of the […]
Gregorius21778: Examples of the Dark Arts is a role playing game supplement published by Kai Pütz a.k.a Gregorius21778. This is a collection of magic items and spells for use with Lamentations of the Flame Princess, although it should be easy enough to adapt it to other OSR systems. As such, it is covered by the… über […]
The midst of the last month of 2018, and thereby my last UPDATE in this year. If you look for something Christmas themed, I will have to disappoint you. But if you are either into OSR Fantasy or into SciFi in general, some of my current offers might be for you.
This is the second part of „Down the Chasm“, a report of the latest session of my LotFP group, also known as „The Dunnsmouth Three“.
Yesterday my friends and I were able to meet again and continued our LotFP game. Here is what the happened during this session (and the one before, which I had not wrote a session report for yet).
Next Sunday my LotFP-group and I meet again. It has been a long while since we ended our last session, which had the scene fade out after the three adventurers had outsmarted (or so they thought) a strange being that had formed out of a gravel field that they found WAY DEEP underground.
The post-apocalyptic village of Hayley River was doing well. Finally, they had managed to cull the Spider-Goats enough to reduce the danger for newborn rabboxen to an acceptable degree, and the irrigation of their fields resulted in crops that provided a surplus to sell to traveling merchants. All was FINALLY well, till people disappeared.