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. 🙂
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*.
What I started here, I shall continue with this post. While it will be the last for Damned Cities, but it will not be the last for the Haarlock Legacy: I will continue with some re-releases of fanwork articles for Tattered Fates. Those used to be popular on the FFG forums, and I guess a certain fellow in Australia will like to have those as a PDF, too.
But now, it continues with Trouble in Sinophia. Creepy things and outright riots await you. Right here in my dropbox, if you use the link above 😉
Unexpected flattery. I have always been (and likely: will ever be) a sucker for positive feedback. One may even argue that “being a glory-hound” was and is the one true driving force behind any of my attempts at publishing, and behind each and any of my fan works, starting with the first posts in the old FFG forum for DarkHeresy.
Somebody who seems to be a fan of my old fan-material went through the troubles of obtaining my email address to send me the following lines:
Much as I hate to bother people personally, I have been desperately searching the internet for a copy of your work on improving Haarlock’s Legacy for DH. If you still have a copy handy, I would very much appreciate it.
Your work has been a huge boon for my friends and I over the years. Please never stop 🙂
Kind regards from Australia,
(Name withheld; out of respect to other people´s privacy)
How could I not try to fulfill this charming request…?
Continue reading “The Early Murders in Sinophia”
Today I noted that all titles of Neoplastic-Press are FREE or PWYW want now. After the hacking of Plate Mail Games I decided to get into contact with Rafael Chandler before posting the info here, but he quickly confirmed that he is indeed offering his titles like that now.
So, here we are: in front of us, the open door to a small vault full of strange and nasty things. A while ago I have bought Obscene Serpent Religion (mature content, through and through) and while I did not put it to use yet, I really liked the ideas and options it offered.
Lusus Naturae had gained my attention as well, and now I can read through the whole text before I decide if it is for me and how much money I want to give.
And there is more, some of it strictly for free (reads: the publisher will not accept money for it).
So, you fellow maggots and rats, all you fellow harpies and ghouls, you friends of feast and carcass: lets swarm in like a black cloud and sate ourselves, but let us also not forget to thank Rafael Chandler for the generosity AND let us all keep in mind: everything counts in large amounts.
In a few days I am going to release [edit: strike that, it is out now] a new pay-what-you-want title for Mutant Future(tm) at drivethrurpg.com. But you, my dear followers, shall have access to it right here, right now. Loot Tables for Pigmen (and other bestial, mutated grunts). And as some do not like to download PDF, I will post the whole content here as well…
Continue reading “Let´s loot the swine!”
A while ago, a indie-map-maker going by the name of Crooked Staff Publishing came to my attention. I bought some of their stock art, but never used it till now. But this blog post is not about stock art or about my titles, it is about a nifty little pay-what-you-want title that Crooked Staff Publishing offers, and what one could do with it
Continue reading “[Spotlight] Bonus: Little Book of Dungeons”