Samsara part 2

Or does this count as part 3? Ok, here's the initial idea. Samsara is the city at the centre of the world, where people travel to so they can have one last conversation with their departed relatives before those relatives pass on to the next life, or where the dead awake to find they don't … Continue reading Samsara part 2

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Alternate Oriental Adventures

In the Oriental Adventures campaign supplement for D&D 3rd edition, there was a tiny few of paragraphs about transporting the rules presented to a South Asian inspired setting, rather than the usual East Asian that tends to be presented more often in similar supplements (and which forms much of the basis of the main book … Continue reading Alternate Oriental Adventures

Dima the Crow at level 4

So following a siege from a zombie army and a necromancer, and the deaths of half the town NPCs, I think I'm not happy with the build I'm using for Dima. Being able to understand languages and talk to animals is fine for the character, but the game has a lot more combat to come, … Continue reading Dima the Crow at level 4

Mages everywhere – The Goon Squad

Ok, so I've been running a few ideas around my head since the last post and I think I've come up with something now. This is an idea I have for an adventure, just a very basic seed at the moment. Players take on the role of a character in a group of enforcers, but … Continue reading Mages everywhere – The Goon Squad

Mages everywhere

So, a good few years ago, I wrote something about a magic college I had in mind, and that never saw a moment of play. Stealing Borrowing heavily from Rothfuss, who I was obviously reading at the time, and Rowling and Dresden Files, it was an idea for a school of private learning for some … Continue reading Mages everywhere

Worlds still to visit

Today, I thought I'd post a little sequel to one from a while ago, this time looking forward to places to go instead of back to places I've been. Underdark – I've never played an Underdark game, though know the setting from Neverwinter Nights. I remember flicking my way through Out of the Abyss when … Continue reading Worlds still to visit

Back to the Endless Sea

This might be the last of my Endless Sea posts for now. I've more or less established all the facts I need to run a game, except for an adventure. I'd actually be happy to borrow a bit from FATE for that, and maybe have the players put their home port using the location building … Continue reading Back to the Endless Sea