In the second episode of our #CSIMidderlands game, our four heroes travel to the Grand Library in Tomegate, attempting to determine what actually happened to Gwenneth, the young girl they rescued from the Witch-hunters. Music is Hidden Truth by Rael Krux, used under Public Domain licence, check out their site at: https://www.orchestralis.net/#/
This is an expanded version of the handy alleyway table included in Monkeyblood Design’s Grey Lunden book:
In the first episode of our #CSIMidderlands game, four heroes from various different parts of #GreatLunden come together to try and prevent a young girl being burnt as a witch and tumble onto a more sinister plot connecting with the #LaughingPlague.
Another random generator that I’ve knocked together for use in my Midderlands campaign, this one creates names for taverns and inns:
I’ve got the second session of our current Midderlands campaign (set in Great Lunden) coming up today and have been working on a random encounter generator for it. I’ve not done all the Wards yet and have prioritised the ones I expect to come up in the session, I’ll be adding to it as and […]
I’m super excited! I’ve just received my Kickstarter stuff for the Midderlands: Great Lunden, I’m really chuffed to have played a small part in the writing of this excellent set and am grateful to Glynn Seal at Monkeyblood Design, both for giving me the chance to play in his sandbox and also for rushing me […]
In this episode I’m talking a little about the recent session 0 for our upcoming CSI Midderlands game, I’m looking forward to running it, thanks very much to my players:
When you’re wandering around the streets of Great Lunden in the Midderlands there are a number of important buildings marked specifically on the map, but what about those buildings that aren’t marked?
(C&C Version) Since we’ve switched to using Castles & Crusades for our upcoming CSI Midderlands game set in Great Lunden, I wanted to tweak/re-skin some of the default races to better suit the setting (IMO).
With the kind permission of Glynn Seal from Monkeyblood Design, I’ve plugged the name/occupation table from page 217 of the first Midderlands book into Chartopia to create an automated version of the table: Many thanks to Glynn for allowing me to put this on the blog, check out the various Midderlands products on DrivethruRPG and […]