Category: Roleplaying Games

  • Returning to Vampire: the Masquerade

    Returning to Vampire: the Masquerade

    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?

  • The Forgotten Vault Below the Sewer

    The Forgotten Vault Below the Sewer

    The Forgotten Vault is a dungeon for fantasy roleplaying games set in the sewers below a city. The dungeon is setting and system neutral for easy adaptation and improvisation. This post is not a full adventure, but rather an adventure framework with three maps. You can change, swap, and expanded any part as you desire.

  • How To Write the Perfect Roleplaying Game Starter Adventure

    How To Write the Perfect Roleplaying Game Starter Adventure

    Starting a new roleplaying game campaign is one of my favorite things in the world. Anyone who is even considering starting a game should get moving, it is a great feeling and so much fun.

  • Pathfinder Second Edition First Impression

    Pathfinder Second Edition First Impression

    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.

  • A Night at The Three Spears Inn

    A Night at The Three Spears Inn

    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…

  • Seaside Town and Riverside Hamlet Maps With Campaign Cartographer

    Seaside Town and Riverside Hamlet Maps With Campaign Cartographer

    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…