Two days ago my computer decided to break down utterly. While I was writing, there was this loud electrical “zap” and all went black. And now the laptop is a very expensive letter press.
I’ve managed to get my old laptop going and have transferred most of the content from the broken computer – thanksfully I have backup for most of the files.
However, in the process, the linked PDFs on this blog seem to have list their links to the cloud. At the moment, I don’t have the time to repair them all, so if you find a broken link and would like a certain PDF, please post a comment and I’ll try to fix it for you.
Sorry about this good readers…
Daemon Boar by devashard @ DeviantArt
Last year I accepted a new post at work, increasing my mental workload a lot, leading to a total crash on the game creative side. No adventure writing and no figure painting. Basically, my diminished game time and energy had to be used on my own table games.
However, I have missed the writing and publishing side of the hobby, so this week I decided to get back into the game again.
First out will be a dark classic style short dungeon romp called “Tomb of the War-Pig” for OSR style gaming. Also, today I commissioned the art for the project from fellow Swedish artist Mr. Jim Magnusson of Aenglum fame!
Next, I will take up work on a larger adventure project called “Fiery the Angel Fell” that has been sitting on my hard drive for a while now. Maps and 95% of the art are ready as is about 50% of the text. So it’s really just to finish the text and do the layout thing. The art is awesome: cover by ArcticSpring and interior art by Mr. Jim Magnusson and Mr. David Lewis Johnson.
Both are set in my homebrew world “Terra Innominata” (or “The Wörld” as I call it myself, heh) but easily transplanted to your world of choice.
I have also decided to support Blood & Treasure 2e from now on, so that will be the “main” release. I will probably make a Swords & Wizardry Complete version as well as the audience seems bigger in that department and have also been toying with the idea of trying out a D&D 5e edition as well.
And see you guys in the Tomb!
The Blood & Treasure 2e Treasure Keeper’s screen
Somehow I had totally missed out that this thing existed!
The screen is 3-pane and in standing A4 format with very old school style art and 3 pages of useful tables.
I must confess that the art isn’t really my cup of tea these days, but the TK side of the screen looks very useful plus it’s ready-made so I don’t have to make my own as I did with Blood & Treasure 1e.
I would just wish that Mr. Stater would make a landscape version so it would fit my 3-pane Savage Worlds insert screen…
Available from DriveThru RPG in PDF format. And if you hurry, there’s a GM’s Day Sale now so you can get it at a discount 🙂