As requested here are some thoughts on scaleable treasures for our adventure.
We have so far been working on several power levels for a beginning party, mid level, high and very high level party.
I can also see four distinct bands for the loot.… Read the rest
As we’ve been working on our group project, I’ve been fleshing it out on paper. Sometimes it helps the brain to organize things (as you get older). As I’m filling out the creatures in different areas, I’m running into the possible weapon/armour combos the party will encounter.… Read the rest
I have been away for a couple of weeks but I am back and it is time to catch up.
When you see that list you cannot help but think how great it would be if we could have created fully statted out adventure modules rather than just plot outlines, locations and hooks.… Read the rest
I have literally 5 minutes to spare so I thought I would get in a quick blog! As RMBlogs reader have seen, activity is WAY DOWN on the blog and even the RM Forums are pretty slow moving. Let’s chalk it up to the dog days of summer, real life commitments and a temporary lull in the conversation.… Read the rest
Snakes On A Wagon Train is quite obviously one of my 50in50 creations.
Reading it back now it has a certain wild west feel to it. It also makes quite a good introductory adventure for low level characters if you want an investigative adventure rather than out right hack and slash.… Read the rest
I have been thinking this week about our city of forgotten heroes, the spaces that exist between the palace, the library and the still to be laid out cistern where Octo resides.
My first thought was for a number of locations with prepared encounters, the market, back alleys and so on.… Read the rest
The Oasis is a small oasis that is mostly hidden behind sandstone rocks and formations. The oasis is a safe place to visit, although characters may not realise it is and could well attack dangerous creatures they see. It is protected by a local goddess who will not tolerate attacks on creatures within her, tiny, sphere of influence.… Read the rest
As part of our Rolemaster deconstruction I’ve followed two processes: consolidating small “skills” into larger meta-skills and changed traditional skills into inherent abilities. (Perception and Body Development being the two foremost).
Obviously, one of Rolemasters differentials with D&D was shifting almost all abilities into trainable skills.… Read the rest
The title above is a song by Grateful Dead which I thought was very apt for this post.
So we have a magical throne that urges one towards the dark arts and necromancy. The last human ruler of the city of forgotten heroes was very magical and it was them that caused the throne to be hurled down into the deepest well, or more accurately a cistern, where it should never be found again.… Read the rest
Kill The Priest sees a corrupted priest unleashing a creature to look for a religious relic. The creature is now on a quest to kill any and all powerful female priests of the deity in question. The priest is themselves a dupe, and the characters must stop the creatures and the priest.… Read the rest