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Review RPG Setting

The Shifting City Zine Review

The Shifting City is a micro setting in Zine format focusing on the transdimensional city of Sarapesh. For reasons unknown but often speculated, this ancient city will transport itself between worlds, planes, and alternate realities, never staying in one place for more than a few days. As such, bizarre and wonderful creatures of all kinds […]

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Review

Ordure Fantasy Review

Micro Rpg’s have been getting a lot of attention in the indie table top scene for a few years now, and for good reason. They’re quick to learn, and ready to play in minutes after introduction. They don’t cost an arm and a leg to own. They often have beautiful or distinct art that addles […]

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RPG Setting

Paranormicon: Laying the Foundation

The world you live in has shifted. Or, perhaps more accurately, your perspective of it has. In truth it has always been this way, only because of what happened to you are you now keen to see it as it truly exists. Depending on when your Psychic Awakening occurred, this could have been very recent […]

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Review RPG

Garden of Bones Review

Garden of Bones is a module written by Diogo Nogueria for the Gold & Glory system – a sidegrade of Savage Worlds that aims to evoke the dungeon crawling fun of classic era D&D. For the uninitiated, Diogo is the same man who brought games like Solar Blades and Cosmic Spells to the OSR, among […]

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Monsters RPG

Rawheads

How They Came To Be Tall, eel-headed creatures bearing dark forms vaguely befitting a human shape, the Zezgeth obsess with driving fear into the minds of their slaves in the belief it will breed obedience. In the depths of their ancient river city of Royaume, they sing their incantations like dark whispers hummed in funeral […]

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Monsters RPG

The Shrike

The true form of a Shrike remained unknown to us for most of our history. That they were a separate species from the Maugren appalled our misunderstanding even further, for it brought to our attention how loose our grip on them was. It was only after many confused years of untold suffering that we came […]

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Monsters RPG

Weeping Hydras

My dearest Hugo, I write this in desperation. You were once my friend. You knew me better than anyone, had listened to me without doubt or concession, making me stronger for it. We sought out each other’s hearts and found mirrors to our own, where all else there was nothing. I found a comfort in […]

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Poetry

Interwoven Fibers

I place my hands, like drops of water quick to run down slick petal tops, like words spoken in whispers to rest on gentle thoughts, I place them, carefully, on the crease of your back, your love is so tender, a kiss delivered to a sleeping forehead, my heart a wire-work of rust bent and […]