Because I’m sometimes pre-occupied, my posts are sometimes slow. My second post on long-distance D&D (3 months ago) dealt with supplies, the first dealt with time. This one still isn’t touching on space, but instead attacking inventory. You’ve probably already heard that … more >>>
After what seems like months … oh, wait, it is months … after some time, the Band continues its adventures deeper and deeper into the Ultraviolet Grasslands with a visit to the Potsherd Crater. Three oddities in the crater Waterlogged … more >>>
D&D with commentary & illustrations by Luka Rejec of @stratometaship and the WTF Patreon, etc. Fighter Requirements: you suck at everything else, so here’s a spear and a shield. Stand in front and get hit. They said you’d play Conan. … more >>>
Over on the FYDIY RPG group on Facebook Adam Scholtes proposed a d100 table of Bard spells based off song titles. I really liked the idea, and now I’m compiling spell books of rocking spells to rock my D&D games. They … more >>>
After a few weeks of traveling and bureaucracy, we return to the Ultraviolet Grasslands and the slow and ponderous progress of the stratometaship. Yeah, verily, there’s a new patreon expansion to the expedition: section 3 of 8. The point-crawl section is … more >>>
In the last post on long-distance D&D (2 weeks ago) I expounded on time. This time it’s supplies. I bet you expected space, but no. Space should be abstract. The tale of a fairytale kingdom across seven forests and six sees, five months of travel away sounds fantastic. The tale of an orc-goblin kingdom 2,276 miles away, with 1,600 light infantry and 400 heavy infantry is horrible and dull.* Also, yes, this post is also a suggestion to go and support the WTF rpg and art patreon.
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So, the One Page Dungeon contest has arrived again, hasn’t it?
Long ago, when the earth was new and plants still struggled to find vital nutrients in it as too few organic life forms had decomposed within it, a hero strode upon it. A colossus. A man with a helmet. Pointyhelmet. Technique … more >>>
That picture? It’s one of the maps for the Ultraviolet Grasslands, a fun long-distance expedition adventure I’m making over on Patreon.