Monster for You: the Hag

Monster for You is a short series of blog posts with Labyrinth Lord(tm) compatible opponents and monsters. For now, this is going to be the last entry. Let us bring all good things to an end with the Hag.

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Monster for You: the Hag

Monster for You: the Eternal Monk

Monster for You is a short series of blog posts with Labyrinth Lord(tm) compatible opponents and monsters. I started with the Golden Phoenix-Snake, and now continue with the Eternal Monk. This opponent is more of a guardian than a monster, and it is up to the GM what deity has declared him a guardian of the place the character want to enter (or pass), and why. Perhaps a “worthy” character may even pass without fighting the Eternal Monk

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Monster for You: the Eternal Monk

Monster for You: the Golden Phoenix-Snake

A while a go, I made a couple of monsters for OSR fantasy RPG. Now, I want to share them with you. Sadly, I do not have enough to label it “Monster of the Week”, but it is still a Monster for You. And I start with the Golden Phoenix Snake.

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Monster for You: the Golden Phoenix-Snake

20 Sacred Sites

Hi folks! web-coverI have another out on the market: 20 Sacred Sites is a collection of special locations for high fantasy OSR RPG. They are places of magic or divine grace, and likely to be holy (or at least important) to the people in the area. Others are forgotten (or even shunned) remains of faith that is long past its peak of adherence. All of them offer a benefit to those who visit them, but some do not grant it without a ritual, test or sacrifice.

The sites are meant to be used as a side quest, as the focal point of a quick “journey session” (just add random encounters on the way) or as a point-of-interest in a hex-crawl or sandbox scenario.

Special License grant: by buying this product the owner is granted the non-transferable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable right to use the ideas and concepts presented in this product in his or her own publications (both commercial and non-commercial) as long as credit is given to this product and the author with the following line [Some ideas and concepts are taken from “Gregorius21778: 20 Sacred Sites”; used with permission.] AND the publication does not include more than one of the twenty “Sacred Sites” of this title.

And as nobody reads this blog for my advertisement, you will find the first six sites below.

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20 Sacred Sites

[OSR]Skeletons for Halloween

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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[OSR]Skeletons for Halloween

From the Maw of the Würm came…

coverI took a break from the game aides (well, I need another good idea) but not from pay-what-you-want-titles. So, I released From the Maw of the Würm came… today, a collection of special attacks for dragon-esque monsters.

These are not your regular attacks of “elemental breath” or acid, but were written with a battle against a nasty, hideous monster in mind. One that most would like to leave alone for the harm and woe it might cause. Some of the entries refer to a “cone of “ effect/attack. The GM is the final arbiter in regard to the exact shape and measures of said cone (and how often the monster may make use of its special attack), so that it may be easier to fit the attacks into any given game. All of the entries are Labyrinth Lord(tm) compatible, but every GM worth the title should be able to adapt those to any other OSR RPG.

To lend this blog post some substance, I will post 10 of the twenty attacks of the title right here. Enjoy!

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From the Maw of the Würm came…