In my last post I reviewed the experimental Dead God Excavation by mr. Venger Satanis, previously featured (rather positively I might add) on this blog here and here. This more recent outing failed to titillate my elfgame taste buds, netting it a negative judgement, and he responded here. While he was very polite and agreed with roughly half of what I … More PrinceofNothing Presents; A Gentlemanly Response to the Claims of Reverend Satanis In Which Several Misunderstandings are Clarified.
[Adventure] Giovanni Chronicles II – Blood and Fire (1996) Richard E Dansky, Cynthica Summers & Christopher Howard (White Wolf) for Neonates “Walter, why is there a coffin in my bedroom?” “It’s here on orders from Sir Integra. We can’t have a vampire that doesn’t sleep in a coffin.” “Where’s my bed?” “I disposed of it. (Seras … More [Challenge Accepted] Giovanni Chronicles Pt. II – Blood and Fire; What is that there is that the script?
[Adventure] Throne of Evil (1984) Stephen Bourne (Mayfair Games) Levels 4 – 6 I’m rapidly starting to figure out that 80s 3rd party Role Aids D&D modules are very much not my thing, what with their overly loquacious introductions, adventures filled with random monsters that attack on sight and utterly pedestrian by the book encounters. … More [Review] The Throne of Evil (AD&D 3pp); Like gargling undiluted horsepiss
In this last installment of this interminable series I will cover the Setting, Bestiary and the sample Adventure in the back of the book so you do not accidentally stumble upon it whilst idly flipping through rulebooks in the rpg-section at the ABC and throw up all over the tabletop section. The setting has not … More PrinceofNothingReviews: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplaying 2e Pt. VII; Setting & Conclusion.
First off: I ran Tales of the Scarecrow yesterday and it was awesome. This is the Tales of the Scarecrow entry that won the xp award (and added a nice ticking clock element). The scarecrow wants to become a living being and for that it needs to have living flesh. It will start moving at … More Negadungeons and the thespian wankathon; Idle musings.
A reader by the name of Lanifarne on Dragonsfoot (grognard forum, page 3 of the topic and onward) has commented on my review of Deep Carbon Obervatory, in response to the recent kurfuffle surrounding the statements of the Honoured Kabuki Kaiser, whose Castle Gargantua is currently on my reviewing slab. Since I am banned from Dragonsfoot (for reasons … More Clarification Topic: Why do you like DCO Prince?
Image is courtesy of Wayne Douglas Barlowe AND EVERYONE SHOULD SUPPORT THIS ARTIST EVEN IF IT MEANS YOUR CHILDREN WILL STARVE. Glorious and voluptuous was old Nzembar, with its gleaming streets of polished quartz and gilded minnarets that pierced the very heavens. For an age and a day its wealth was the envy of all … More Horrors of the Age of Dusk; The Last Artificer
I had another Idea for a megadungeon-based campaign setting. The players are goverment/scientist/criminal operatives exploring a predatory alternate reality that lies parallel and is slowly invading our own. Whether they are a team of eggheads on a goverment budget exploring a natural fissure or a ragtag band of loveable entrepeneurs that have scrounged together enough … More Setting Spotlight: Giger’s Inferno
Based on several inebriated conversations I’ve had over the last couple of months I would like to propose a model for a ‘reverse’ DnD or ‘Anti-DnD’ if you will. This is not to say I desire to place my well-made clogs in the reeking giant footsteps of luminairies like John Wick but a different sort … More Setting Spotlight: Rotting Gods
When I started out on Age of Dusk I resolved to use it for elfgame purposes only. A hobby blog, meant as a deposit for musings and whimseys and gaming material. It is today that I shall do away with my intention. The reports of the Brussels terrorist attack are still coming in. What transpired … More Europe in Flames; where art thou oh golden country of my youth?