I have a long and often conflicted relationship with Profantasy’s mapping software Campaign Cartographer. While I have always loved the overland maps, I have never really wrapped my head around the dungeon and city maps.
Here is the Derelict Temple, a simple multiple-level dungeon. There are two versions of each map, with or without a grid. Continue reading “The Derelict Temple”
Some key features were missing in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook, in my opinion.
I got the Gamemastery Guide shortly after release in March 2020, and here is my first impression after a one-hour flip-through of the book: Continue reading “Pathfinder Gamemastery Guide 2e First Impression”
The Shrine of the Red Hound is a remnant of a lost realm where elves and demons bound to rule the world in darkness. Continue reading “Shrine of the Red Wolf”
The Lost Warlock Crypt, located in an old forest, is mostly forgotten except for a witches’ coven in the area. The witches have met in secret by the crypt of solstices for decades, fearing local superstitions and inquisitive templars. Continue reading “The Lost Warlock Crypt”
The venerable Vampire: the Masquerade roleplaying game has slowly crawled back into the limelight after more than a decade in obscurity. There is a new edition, the successful L.A. by Night stream, and new computer games on the horizon. This raises the question, is this something you should check out? Continue reading “Returning to Vampire: the Masquerade”