I’m glad to see people seem to be liking the PDF I posted up earlier today, I’ve already had some great feedback regarding it, I’ve taken that feedback and printed it to PDF using a book fold.
I’ve been tinkering around with layouts for future RPG PDFs I might like to make using Word 2013, yes I know it’s not exactly a publishing power-house but it’s a program I’m comfortable with.
To test out one of the layout templates I’ve made I decided to create a simple tavern, a simple two page A5 PDF providing some details on the Cask & Bottle tavern in the fictional town of Tadbury. I wanted to put it on the blog to see what people thought of it and get some (hopefully constructive) feedback.Continue reading “The Cask & Bottle”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode–as per the result of this week’s Twitter poll–we’re cracking open the mighty Fiend Folio once again in an attempt to peel back the festering robes of the haunting Heucuva.Continue reading “Heucuva”
Few things are more challenging than the perils faced by mountaineers exploring dangerous rocky terrain, and when you add in wintery or sub-arctic weather it just increases the danger.Continue reading “20 Random Snowy Mountain Encounters”
It’s 2020 and we can’t go out for a pub crawl, unless you’re talking about a fantasy RPG pub crawl that is!
Hannah talks us through a simple pub-crawl game she made based on Goblin Henchman’s hexflower engine, we test it out and I muse on how it could be used in RPGs.
In this episode we’re looking at those gargantuan, silver haired menaces, the Fog Giant.Continue reading “Fog Giants”
Running NPC heavy scenes can be very challenging for both GMs and players, in this episode we’re offering some tips to help lighten the load a little.Continue reading “5 Tips for Running NPC Heavy Scenes”
In this episode we’re taking a look at that most bizarre member of the gastropods, the Flailsnail.Continue reading “Flailsnails”
In this episode we’re continuing our discussion on Monks in D&D.Continue reading “Return of the Monk”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode, as voted for on our Twitter poll, we are taking a look at the Lung Wang, a Sea Dragon inspired by Eastern myth.Continue reading “Lung Wang, Dragons of the Sea”