It’s the start of brand new week, Johannes Paavola and myself are continuing our discussion about adapting the Scum & Villainy DT and mission system to work with our upcoming ICRPG Midderlands game: Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain) You can leave us a voicemail message using Speakpipe.com Or you can email us […]
In my current Midderlands game the player started off in the City of Lunden but–seeking a cure for a virulant plague–they were part of an expedition to the Island of Emeraude. In Glynn Seal’s excellent Midderlands setting Emeraude serves as a placeholder for another OSR setting, the mystical forest of Dolmenwood as created by Gavin […]
In the seventh session of our CSI Midderlands game the heroes explore the Upper Middergloom, encountering the restless dead, primitive beasts and potential allies in the darkness below Lunden. The edited version is available on Youtube: Please note: Apologies that the video says Session 6 on it during the opening crawl (I use a template […]
Quintus Petillius Cerialis
In the sixth session of the Midderlands campaign, our heroes return to the sewers under Bishopsgate still seeking the lost of love of their comrade Lt. Richard Uffington.
Continued planning for my current Midderlands Game Anyone who knows me will be aware that I’ve fallen heavily for the OSR side of the Force (it even replacing my once-beloved Fate in my affections). I’m also much enamoured when people talk about how they’ve run D&D for a million-years in the same campaign setting – […]
In the fifth session of our Midderlands campaign, our heroes head into the foul depths of the sewers below Bishopsgate, seeking the lost love of Lieutenant Richard Uffington, but they find more than they bargained for in the fetid deeps. You can watch the edited version on Youtube: Or if you want the uncut version, […]
In the fourth episode of our #CSIMidderlands game, our four heroes continue their exploration of the Stygian Library. Music is Hidden Truth by Rael Krux, used under Public Domain licence, check out their site at: https://www.orchestralis.net/#/