So, I want to send my players on a little monster hunt (based on and created with Rampaging Monsters by Zzarchov Kowolski). The PC of my players would rather continue to loot a dungeon they entered through a Skullface in the Mountains, I thereby need a nice hook for them. Advertisements
Another player wants to join my current OSR group, so I provide the same service to him that I provided to the others as well: I offer a couple of pre-made characters. Somehow, these tend to be a success with my players: they adopt the frame work I provide and flesh it out to make […]
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.
In the forums of lotfp.com, some folks discuss how to improve the cleric class. While I cannot side with the “does not hits as good as fighter” argument (NO class in lotfp has a higher to-hit-bonus as the fighter, as all but the fighter have a flat THB of “+1”), I see the point that […]
Lately, I turned Skull Mountain into my personal sequel to Scenic Dunnsmouth, and into a connection to the Veins of the Earth. Of course, this called for a bit of tinkering an adaption. Among other things, I decided to replace a certain statue guardian with something similar to a Gilgamash (p.66), but instead of taking […]
The rundown men-at-arms stopped chatting as they saw the young fellow coming down the middle of the road that ran through the village. „Hey! You there! Where do you think you ar´going with THAT thing?“ the first one shouted. „Perhaps he has an oversized nail at home?“ another added. The three burst into dirty laughter […]
By now, I run two different games (with two different groups) in Dunnsmouth. One of them is just at the start of it, while the other has been through most of the encounters, the common as well as the „important ones“. As I am writing this, the tale of The Three Men that went to […]