Pathfinder Second Edition is upon us, and I am excited to check out what this new version offers. I have played Pathfinder almost exclusively since first released ten years ago, and only picked up Dungeons and Dragons fifth edition as a supplement, so this is a big deal. Continue reading “Pathfinder Second Edition First Impression”
A night at the Three Spears Tavern proves fatal to a book merchant caught in the crossfire between the thieves’ guild and a dark cult, and the characters may be the next casualties.
The scenario is a city adventure of deception, betrayal, and action in five short scenes for an adventure or a story, using the format from a previous post regarding creating fantasy roleplaying game adventures. Continue reading “A Night at The Three Spears Inn”
It is the season for desolate seaside towns or dank riverside hamlets with the recent releases of Ghosts of Saltmarsh and Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play. RPGs may be booming, but its past is certainly with us, it seems.
Below are three quick maps I’ve drawn with Profantasy’s Campaign Cartographer 3, using the 2012 annual Jonathan Roberts map style. Continue reading “Seaside Town and Riverside Hamlet Maps With Campaign Cartographer”
Good stories need conflicts and rivaling factions, so you want to create a solid roster of factions for your fantasy world. Protagonists, antagonists, heroes, antiheroes, alliances, and organizations. Continue reading “Fantasy World Factions”
The Crooked House, a derelict house in a poor neighborhood, has fallen to disrepair long ago. The house is just one of many homes in a district without hope, and the darkness has free reign among indifference and poverty. Continue reading “The Horror at Crooked House”