The Missing Courtesan is a fantasy scenario in five short scenes for a fantasy roleplaying game adventure or a story. The story digs into the criminal world and works if the protagonist is criminal, in law enforcement, or anywhere in between, and involves an old friend who is missing, and one or more criminal factions. Continue reading “The Missing Courtesan Scenario”
The Murderous Priests is a fantasy scenario of deception, betrayal, and action in five short scenes for a roleplaying game adventure or a story. Continue reading “The Murderous Priests Scenario”
The Faithful of the gods walk a challenging path, as a successful cleric must battle heresy, delve into church politics, smite evil and reclaim lost relics. This post presents hooks for your next story or roleplaying adventure for Dungeons and Dragons and the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
The Faithful serve something greater than themselves, a higher purpose, a deeper meaning, the divine. The path is unclear, and the dangers are many. The clergy deciphers truths from sign and portents, old relics, musty old tomes and voices in their head. The tasks at hand are daunting, the answers are few, but fortunately, there is strength in faith.
What can go wrong?
The crown needs to represent everybody and stay above mundane struggles to maintain the divine right to rule. This calls for loyal supporters both in the Crown’s Inner Council and in the field. Advisers and agents of the Crown to deal with the dark times at hand. This is the Great Game, my friends.
Who could be a better protagonist in your story? Continue reading “The Sword of the Crown”
Planar adventures are fantasy tropes that build on a rich tradition: religion, myths, medieval sources like Dante’s The Divine Comedy, celestial spheres, and modern sources like Moorcock’s Elric or Marvel’s Doctor Strange. Everything was poured into fantasy roleplaying in the 1970’s and remain part of the genre.