New D&D setting – the Endless Sea

Ok, kind of a cheesy name but it's not a definite set yet. Here's what happened - I was reading an article on Wikipedia about Nan Madol, a sunken city in Micronesia that used to be a capital, and then I got thinking about other sunken cities, and then I made a list of their … Continue reading New D&D setting – the Endless Sea

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Quick Roundup

So for the last few weeks, I've managed to write a new post to go up each Monday and Friday, but I missed one. I had a bunch of writing built up and then through a combination of extra training at work and travel, I didn't get around to writing one. Big mistake! Hopefully, I'll … Continue reading Quick Roundup

State of the Old Crown

Continuing the theme of what's currently going on with my thinking for various projects, what's going on with the Old Crown? Not much, it turns out.   The biggest development was me changing the map around a bit more. It made less sense for the home of the Wildfolk, who are part plant, to be … Continue reading State of the Old Crown

State of the Ginnungagap

So, how's this shaping up at the moment?   I started using Homebrewery to pull all the rules I wanted to use together and make them look pretty. I have races set out how I want them, and some work is done on them, but then I got carried away and copy/pasted a lot of stuff … Continue reading State of the Ginnungagap

State of the FATEPunk

Oh no, now I've started thinking about old projects, I may have gone too far!   As I said in the last post, I stole borrowed the Pacific setting of my FATE-based cyberpunk game on a game I played in 2011 or thereabouts, which I enjoyed thoroughly. But the game fell down and stopped at … Continue reading State of the FATEPunk

Worlds to go back to

I haven't been too productive of late, despite telling myself that once again I'd kick into gear following the New Year. It would be nice to say that this post will be the start of a new trend, but I've told myself that before, and I still quickly get sidetracked by something or other. I can … Continue reading Worlds to go back to

Power cut-induced creativity

So due to Storm Ophelia, I had to stay home from work today, and then we lost power for a few hours. It's back now, but it meant I actually found time to write. So here's what I came up with at the time.   Since I find myself stuck in a house with a … Continue reading Power cut-induced creativity