End of Week 1 of A-Z, what next?

Ok, so there’s only been two posts, but I’m counting it as week one!

I hope you’re enjoying this little look into the world of the Old Crown setting that I’ve been working on. I’ve written a couple of days ahead now and I’m really happy with how they’ve turned out so far. I’ve managed to actually plan all the letters and so far I’m pretty happy. I might juggle a few later in the month.

What else is going on? Well, I’ve changed the look of the blog. I’m still not so happy with the colours so they might change, but I think I’m happy enough with this layout. We’ll see though.

I’m planning on throwing extra posts outside the A-Z up on Sundays if I have one to write. If I’m feeling really productive, they may even go up as an extra post, but we’ll see how that pans out for the rest of the month.

So far I’m feeling pretty productive though. I’ve decided that the next foray into the world of the Old Crown will be using the Fate Accelerated rules, which by now I’m sure most are familiar with but are entirely free to download, and there’s an SRD here too.

I’ve run with the Fate Core before but was always put off a bit by Accelerated, but I don’t know why. The setting fits pretty well in my head with the rules, and it’s not too fiddly, and I don’t have to work out the magic or new stress tracks or anything because it all works right away. I might add a reputation mechanic for a +1/+0/-1 with various organisations, but again that’s not too fiddly and I don’t even have to really. So yay!

That said, conversions for 5E D&D are forming up too. I think I can convert most of the races pretty well with just a little bit of reskinning and minor fiddling. Backgrounds are easy enough to fit, the classes would need some work though (but I’m getting there!)

I’ve got a viking/norse-themed setting for 5E starting to form up pretty well too. I need to work more on the storyline and maybe monsters too, but I’m pretty happy so far and I know where I’m going with it, just not worked out the journey yet!

All in all, a good week! More to come soon.

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