After putting my last tavern mini-booklet on the blog I got some great feedback and some brilliant ideas from people, one of my favourites was an idea from Robert Langford who suggested a tavern with a sinister motive. So without further ado, I present to you the Prince’s Arms.
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”
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 Wednesday’s episode myself and Hannah are talking about ways to get the best from taverns in your games:
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You can find some cool tavern generators using the below links:
Another random generator that I’ve knocked together for use in my Midderlands campaign, this one creates names for taverns and inns:
Taverns are an almost omni-present part of fantasy gaming and RPGs in particular, whether it be the smoke-shrouded hookah tents of Swords & Sorcery or the more stereotypical wooden building with the jolly innkeeper and buxom serving staff.Continue reading “Random Things: Odd Taverns”