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Random Orc & Goblin Tribe Names Table

Realized I had never made up a table for generating tribal names for orcs or goblins. I always gave them bland names like “The Orcs of the Western Hills” or something. 15 more words


[Tuesday Map] The Stony Recesses & Tower of Verrul

I’m putting together another set of printed maps for my┬áincredibly generous Patreon patrons. To do so means going through my scanned maps folders, throwing them on a USB stick, and heading out to the print shop. 518 more words


Character Sheets? Yeah, I draw those too!

I’m a sucker for a pretty character sheet.

In July of 2009 I posted my first hand-drawn D&D character sheet to the blog. It was inspired by a player in one of my campaigns who used landscape sheets and of course the awesomeness of the old sheets for the Fighting Fantasy game books. 83 more words


[Friday Map] The Dreamer's Tower

Along the island shore, no more than a few hours walk from Ravenson’s Landing is another tower standing alone, jutting out above the sea. Made of a soft green stone, it appears to have been carved from soapstone or something similar and was evidently once part of a much larger construction. 263 more words


[Tuesday Map] Cranston's Crypt

Today, we go back in time…

I was out the other night and around 1 am I found myself with nothing to do for a bit. 243 more words


[Friday Map] Conroy's Confusing Caves

This cluster of caves leads to an underground river and was probably carved out in part by surface waters joining the subterranean waterway at some point. 232 more words


A new Labyrinth Lord character sheet

I got a lot of great feedback and enthusiasm over my recent Neoclassical Geek Revival character sheet. Enough that I figured it was about time that I took another hack at making a character sheet for my one true love, B/X D&D. 162 more words