After being saved by a frost elf cleric named Rinn, the adventurers had freed the warforged barbarian named Grunt, with whom they teamed up to kill the goblins who had begun to enslave the residents of Endgrove, sending one of the maids of the manor to bring the news to Lord Nere. On their way … Continue reading Game Journal #2 of the Dark Age
Graduate school is in full swing here in Ireland and the course load is IMMENSE. This week alone, I have had to read over 300 pages of text between my classes. Due to this, I am cutting my blogging work load back to once a month. I will update the schedule on each blog as I go, but the days of publishing will more or less be the same (Penny Theologian, for example, will always come out on Sundays). No more than one blog (or vlog) will be produced a week.
I am not dropping off the face of the earth– I am altering the schedule so I can keep up with all the work in front of me, including producing as quality of content as I can for each blog. This Wednesday will be the latest vlog on finding housing in Ireland from Olivers Travels…
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Last year in Lugo, Galicia, Spain I ran a campaign. It was the longest I have ever run and first officially set in the realm of Mondiir. To speed things along, I've combined the first five sessions together. Our adventure begins, as most adventures do, in a tavern in the village of Endgrove. It is … Continue reading Game Journal #1 of The Dark Age
So, in my last post, I got you started on creating a fantasy world map for writers and Dungeon Masters. Today: we're going to start detailing that map. Again, I'm going to continue using the campaign map I used in my last game in Mondiir from the Adobe Draw app on iPad. This map is … Continue reading Creating a Fantasy Map: the Details in Seven Steps (Part II)
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A tribal hunter creeps through a dense, hot jungle. She tightens her hold on her spear as the triceratops comes into view. She whistles, knowing that her companions are close by. Rearing back, she lets the spear fly and the beast is spooked, beginning to run into her druid friend, who raises a wall of … Continue reading Intro to My New Content: Stone Age