Brothers

Brothers

The rain ran down Rion’s face in steady rivulets, forming a large cold pool where his neck met the collar of his field plate. Three days of the deluge had left the men soaked to the bone. The mists that usually filled these woods during this time of year had been...
Kicking it Old School with 2e AD&D

Kicking it Old School with 2e AD&D

I’ve been asked a few times what it was like playing 2nd edition AD&D, mostly by people born after its release. My best answer is. you can find out what it was like by actually playing it, and thanks to RPGnow.com, you can get PDF versions of the rules for...
Money of Ǻrth

Money of Ǻrth

The way ounces of gold so quickly became insignificant units of value in most fantasy role playing always concerned me, it seemed that “penniless” peasants would need to scrape together several gold pieces a month to meet their meager fiscal...
Curse of Llewellyn

Curse of Llewellyn

It is said that long ago a Kellish bard named Llewellyn won the heart of a beautiful mermaid. The mermaid asked her mother Mhorann (a powerful sorceress) if she could wed the Kell, and live with him in his keep on land. Mhorann denied the request and forbade her...

These are the arms of House Aylard of Orcspire: Argent, three Piles reversed Gules, over all a hand maintaining a sword incensed, all proper. The arms depicts the magic sword known as Aylard’s Flame which has served the family since the first Aylard became a...

Dragons of Auctorus

There are very few dragons on the continent of Auctorus during the present day, but it has not always been that way. There was a time when humanity was still young, when dragons, both good and evil, dwelled in substantial numbers in the wilds of Auctorus. Or at least...