Tag Archives: Elf

Adapting LOTFP for Midderlands

By | 2nd May 2018

I’m currently running an OSR game using the Lamentations of the Flame Princess rules, using the excellent Midderlands campaign setting created by Glynn Seal of Monkeyblood Design & Publishing (https://plus.google.com/+MonkeyblooddesignCoUk). In Lamentations there are three non-human race-classes available, Dwarves, Elves and Halflings, that aren’t covered in great detail in the Midderlands books, but that I… Read More »

All about Aspects: D&D Races for High Concepts

By | 16th March 2016

Okay, now we’ve explained the basic formatting that we’re going to use to create High Concepts in this previous post and also discussed briefly using D&D concepts. In this post we look a little more closely at the idea of using the core D&D character races from the PHB as part of a High Concept.

[Session write-up] Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 8

By | 14th January 2015

This session write-up is written by Kelly Grimshaw who plays the last jungle elf druidess Demanor in the Sapphire Island mini-campaign. After the battle Korra changed. I don’t mean physically, although the desiccated limb was a constant reminder of how little time she had left. It was mentally. There was no reason that it shouldn’t have,… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 7

By | 28th October 2014

I had no idea how long we have been asleep, it was still dark outside and I hadn’t been here long enough to judge when sun rise would have been. What had woken us was not enough rest, only the Elders knew how we had been able to keep pushing ourselves along our journey but… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 6

By | 10th October 2014

Written by Kelly Grimshaw who plays the Elven druid Demanor in the game. The smoke drifting gently towards the stars, a sign that the spirits locked in the rotting corpses of Ragnar’s undead army were now making their way to the great drinking hall of Valhalla.  The hunk of ice that carried the headless carcass of the… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 5

By | 10th October 2014

Written by Kelly Grimshaw who plays the Elven druid Demanor in the game. In a large capital city Royal city, there was no let up from the crowds of pedestrians, shoppers and other people and animals going about their business. From early morning, traffic starts building up. Barrows, hand carts and animal pulled carts trundled along, with… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 4

By | 4th September 2014

Written by Kelly Grimshaw who plays the Elven druid Demanor in the game. After the fires had died away on Strike’s uncles’ longboat we set to the huge task of sending the rest of Axehome to Valhalla. As no one had been spared it took three extra boats to usher them into the otherworld and when… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 3

By | 25th July 2014

Watching the last White Ship sailing away was the most heart wrenching thing I have ever done. I forced myself not to look away, if I could not look my Elders in the eye as they departed I would not give them the satisfaction of turning away now. Bile boiled in my stomach with anger… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 2

By | 8th July 2014

This is a write-up by one of the players (Kelly Grimshaw) of our second Sapphire Island Dungeon World session, Kelly plays the elven druid Demanor in the campaign. Stepping back on board Strike shifted his weight on his forward foot, he stepped to the left and the right then behind him, after his attack on… Read More »

Dungeon World – Sapphire Island mini-campaign – Player write-up session 1

By | 17th June 2014

This is a write-up by one of the players (Kelly Grimshaw) of our first Sapphire Island Dungeon World session, Kelly plays the elven druid Demanor in the campaign. Walking through my home known to the rest of the world as the Wildlands I could feel the piece and serenity of the land. The air, usually… Read More »