This page will keep my RPG-related stuff, and will grow slowly when/if I find time to add type up notes.

One Page Dungeons

2011 (Winner — Best Bio Crawl) —The belly of the beast (PDF)

2012 (loser!) — The Panopticon of peril (PDF)

2013 (loser!) —The Misty Pond (PDF)

2014 (loser!) — The Pit (PDF)

2015 (loser!) — The Sunken Scriptorium (PDF)

2016 (Penultimate winners circle! Which is another way to say loser!) — Bridge of Dread (PDF)

Original Telengard Campaign

These are house rules and related documents for my first D&D campaign, which was mostly using B/X with some bits of Labyrinth Lord and LOTFP mixed in, a few ideas stolen from other blogs, and some original stuff. Telengard House Rules for LL.

Player’s guides

Prayer book/Cleric’s player guide

Spell book/Magic-user’s guide

Fighter’s guide

For the Telengard campaign I put together digest-sized booklets of spells for players to reference: LL Cleric SpellsLL Magic User L1-7.  I stopped M-U spells at 7th level because I just don’t see the PCs making it to such high levels.  I am actually tempted to stop at 5th level and require research for anything higher.  I’d also like to make the clerical spells a little more setting-specific, even if it just means changing some spell names, but I haven’t gotten around to that.  Anyway the idea is to print a booklet for each player that needs one so I don’t ever have to surrender my rule book to players!

New Telengard Campaign

My second and current campaign uses some bits of Castles & Crusades as the core, but largely discarding the SIEGE system’s ‘Primes’. (coming soon? ish?)


Some time ago I wrote up some add-ons for GURPS 3rd edition that kind of riffed on the Voodoo and Martial Arts supplements.  I ended up with a listing of spirits culled from Western occultism, an expanded list of paths and rituals, and a set of “magick styles” that sort of sketches out some templates for magick users in GURPS for those who want to use the Voodoo ritual magic system in other quasi-historical settings.




Oh, and non-RPG stuffs

CAT-IS-DEAD-BINGO — A scorecard to follow along whenever library prognosticators try to say cataloging is dead/dying/obsolete

Published on June 7, 2012 at 9:56 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. […] were enslaving their people.  The party set out for the cyclops’ lair, which I  based on my OPD, The Panopticon of Peril.  Only I didn’t have a print copy handy, and the computer was not hooked up to a printer just […]

  2. Thanks. Very interesting

  3. […] Some inspirational reading […]

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