Tag Archive for 2010

Blackrazor

A few years ago, I ran my wife’s D&D character through the classic module White Plume Mountain. During the game, she recovered the infamous artifact Blackrazor, which came to factor heavily into the campaign. This was in 3.5, but when Wizards of the Coast had a contest updating Blackrazor to 4e, I wrote this up. Only recently did I find the file and make it into a readable PDF instead of an ugly Word doc.

Blackrazor

Twisted Space

Twisted Space

An encounter I made for 4th edition Dungeons and Dragons, inspired by the Martian Chessboard. Includes some rules advice on how to deal with unusual geometry and such.

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Ganakagok

I really like Ganakagok, by Bill White. So when I went to run the game, I made up my own set of the not-quite-Tarot cards that the game uses.

Ganakagok Cards

See also the Skeksis cards I made for a Dark Crystal inspired Ganakaok game.

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Yop, Kobold Battlemind

My current D&D character is a kobold who may or may not have a dragon living in his head.

Yop, Kobold Battlemind

Skeksis cards for Ganakagok

My friend Ross decided to run a game of Ganakagok, but with Skeksis from The Dark Crystal instead of Ganakagok’s regular eskimoes. To facilitate this game, I made up a separate deck of the Tarot cards used in the game.

Skeksis cards for Ganakagok

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Deathtrap Dungeon

Deathtrap Dungeon

A Parsely adventure, based off of Action Castle! and related games by Jared Sorensen.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Parsely is © 2010 Jared A. Sorensen, used with permission.

Longshot

Longshot is a roleplaying game I wrote for the 2010 Game Chef roleplaying game design competition/event.

Longshot is a science fiction western game wherein you play settlers on humanity’s first interstellar colony, who discover that their colony will no longer receive supply shipments from Earth. And that their sheriff has been murdered. Chaos ensues, in a highly entertaining way.

You should also check out The Lost Colony, the expansion of the game that sets the action in the mysteriously failed 1587 Roanoke colony.

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Science Comics!

Science Comics!

A playset I made for the Fiasco roleplaying game by Jason Morningstar over at Bully Pulpit Games. The playset is heavily inspired by The Venture Brothers and other works in the “comedic superhero” genre.

Also check out the “Comics Code Approved” version, made so for a high school teacher that I know so that he could run it as a school sponsored activity. It has most of the R rated material taken out of it, to make it more school-friendly.

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