Saturday, June 12, 2010

Just an analog person in a digital age

While enjoying a very productive day of writing at the coffee shop I notice that I was the only one going old school amounst the black berries and lap tops I sat having fun just wrinting with my I-Pad from the late twenth century and has I browsed the web I came across this picture from The Lost Fort Blog.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Follow me to the Year of the Dungeon

Cool site I found not to long ago.

Cool maps and very nice items

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Encounter drwings

Here are the room encounter art sceaches that i worked up on my non-crashable i-pad with a graphic number two interface.
It was a lot of of fun thinking like an adventure that wanted to document what he has found and get back to the really old school roots of just pencils paper and dice but with the internet through in to show it to others.

What has been keeping me busy

Bread for fundraising to help a Church in El Salvador train bakery skills to those in need.

First test batches have been very delouse but time consuming on learning our Church's ovens hot spots. Hope to get some gaming in tonight with the boys.

Monday, May 31, 2010

More Pocket items

Here are more pocket items.
A few more late additions for contest:

Broken bottle with sharp top stoppered by cork - dex check or causes 1 point of damage

Hanged man tarot card with a PC's name written in red across it

Locket made of silver shaped like a canine figure

Scroll with magic ingredients, shopping lists with all but three items marked off

Broken compass only points in one direction, each time opened is different

Belaying pin with seveal notches etched into sides with the name Raven etched into it

Highly detailed ship in a bottle. Close examination shows the name Raven on the prow

Drink token from nearby tavern the Kraken's Reach

Bag w/several polished glass beads

Calf skin gloves with the name of the Watch Commander's wife on the inside

Advertisement for local adult entertainment establishment seeking new talent

Scribes case with quills and ink. Inscribed "To the scriber of my heart, Love Jocleo" in elvish script

Toy horse with missing front leg

Gate pass for city gate after hours

List of city watch and how much they receive in bribe money per week, month or to look the other way

A very small shrine statue of a diety

Half eaten sausage w/dried mustard

Chapbook of very bad dwarven poetry written in dwarven

Very smelly cheese (but very delicious)

Double sided coin

Dice 2 six-sided, 1-3 load 4-6 straight

Dagger with dried blood on hilt

Half mask studded with silver around the eyes

Small set of articulated armor about 9" tall. Each piece has the name of the piece printed on it

Very thick glasses with case inscribed "Lucien"

Pawn shop ticket

Hand grenade (dud?)

Silk scarf with a yellow eyed red dragon attacking a village embroidered on it

Items you can find from pockets

Here are twenty items that I entered into Role Playing Tips Dot Coms contest that ends today so hurry up and get you entry in for some neat prizes

Shell about 1gp in size with mermaid on one side and a kraken on the other.

An everburning torch causes second stealth check to conceal.

A Leomund’s Tiny chest filled with maps and an autobiography “There and Back Again: The True Story” by G. Books 1-10, missing book 5

Toy monkey with the word Farley written on leg

Broken wand; any attempt to mend causes it to begin to sparkle like a firework after working correctly for 1d6 times

Highly detailed gingerbread man

One modern can of tuna.

One bloody rag.

A finely written note that says tag you it. _2 luck modify on rolls has long has they have possession of it.

Small bottle half full of sherry.

Sack of marbles and chalk.

Golden set of flatware 25 gp value.

A list of something in a code. List location of member s of the royal family and times they are to be alone.

A book fill completely with the ravings of a madman.

A green brooch that looks like a living tree.

Sextant with the name raven cut into the edge.

Love letters all perfumed and wrapped with a red ribbon address on the outside of envelopes smeared by tears my hap.

Fine ladies undergarments with initial ANS on the them.

A note that instructs the reader to kill the bearer of the scroll.

A small music box with a unicorn that dances in the middle when wound.

Handkerchief with a crude map drawn on it.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Skullduggery avialable

Just recieved this link from Robin Laws concerning his new game Skullduggery.