In the fourth episode of our Thousand Lands, B/X Essentials game our heroes press onwards from the ruined village of the Skylord towards Hoon Castle, eager to settle their score with the thieves cult known as the Dark Eye, but are they willing to pay the price?
Since writing my Appendix N post discussing a book I’ve been reading concerning the Georgian era (you can read the post here), I’ve also been searching for maps and other interesting things related to the same era on the internet and thought I’d highlight a couple of the more interesting websites that I’ve stumbled across:
Okay, it’s been a fair while since I’ve released any non-review Youtube videos, but recently helping my friend Fozz do some vlogging in Coventry has inspired me to pick up my (admittedly cheap) video camera and give it a go again. Unfortunately having just bought a second monitor, new desktop and a laptop for the wife getting a better camera is going to have to wait, I’ll have to make do with my tiny Toshiba Camileo, phone and webcam until then.
In this video I’m chatting about a cool book on Georgian England that I have been reading, and that I hope to use as inspiration for some future RPG goodness.
In the first episode of our new ASSH2E campaign, a group of heroes meet in exotic Zanarkan, City of Thieves and of a Thousand Delight, with plans to plunder the tower of the fabled and reclusive necromancer.
In the third episode of our Thousands Lands B/X Essentials, hex-crawl campaign, our heroes press on into the Hoon Hills in search of the hideout of the evil thieves cult The Dark Eye, but they find more than they bargained for when they discover a small village and it’s shining silver guardian.
I was flicking through my Mewe Groups today and came across a quality Roll20 landing screen by J. K Hepler, it’s shows a wooden table top with some important tables, character tokens and a map on it. This great work inspired me to do something similar for my Zhanor upcoming Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerors of Hyperborea 2E game that I’m starting next weekend.
It seems like today is my day for posting about things faded or disappearing (see my previous post on deleting my Google+ account). If you’ve been keeping up with the various games and actual-plays that I run you may have noticed that there was no session video for my Rose of Westhaven game last week.
This is unfortunately because the game has currently gone on hiatus due to some unexpected scheduling issues with the group, rather than continue the game and try to re-cast I have made the decision to put the game on pause for the moment (although I may revisit it in the future at some point, who knows?)