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.
Monster for You is a short series of blog posts with Labyrinth Lord(tm) compatible opponents and monsters. After the Eternal Monk I now present you: the Faceless Giant. For those moments when an enemy has to be as huge as odd.
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
Vampires in Space. Why shouldn´t the eternal dwellers in the dark invade the cold vastness of space, and those tiny-shiny colonies of life and civilization that dot this uncaring and empty canvas? Well, I see now reason why. But the classic drawbacks of undead would profit form a little adaption once Dracula enters the space-age.
My last release was a powered-by-FATE version of my system-neutral 30 Drawbacks for SciFi Vampires. The PbF-Version does not only translate all of the 30 entries to the FATE(tm) core system, but also includes two suggestions for SciFi Vampires. Suggestion that I want to share with you in this blog post.
Do you want strange, supernatural encounters that you can confront your players with when they travel through a forest? Something that is a tad more scary or spooky than an ambush of a pack of wolves or a raging owlbear? Beware of the Spirits of the Woods, my latest pay-what-you-want-title, provides you with six such encounters. None of them should be used as a random encounter, as they are in no case something that may happen each and every day to a group of travelers. They are something special, that perhaps happens once every couple of month (or even less often), or something that happens in a certain, cursed or hexed part of the woods.
All creatures encountered are supernatural (pixies, sprites and spirits) and chaotic, magical beings. Clerical spells like Protection from Evil will affect them. And as nobody reads my blog for my advertisement, I will give you two examples below.
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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?
The Mutated Nesting Roachswarm I mentioned in one of my latest blog posts could infest more RPG´s than just the Mutant Future(tm). After all, the movie I took it from was not even fantastic, was it? Let´s see where those buggers could turn up as well…