Some time back, in one of our publisher spotlight articles (here) we focused on the independent “Blackbyrne Publishing”, I was then and remain a big fan of the material that they produce, it has that old school feel to it … Continue reading
In what we hope will become a semi regular feature here at miskatonic.co.uk we would like to present our first Publisher Spotlight by introducing you to Blackbyrne Publishing. Blackbyrne Publishing is a third party, independent publisher of adventures and other … Continue reading
You know that you are losing it when you post a bunch of stuff relating to Chaosium’s wonderful Halloween Adventure contest and fail to remember that since you bought the last one in 2009 there was a good chance that … Continue reading
It has been some time since we shared any RPG scenarios or resources with you all, something we are keen to put right. So here you will find our latest offering in celebration of Tom Pellereau winning this years series of the “Apprentice”, we offer a fantasy spoof on the series.
Overlord, Baron Sugar, ruler of the Two Kingdoms (Vigland and Amstradia) is holding a month long great rural fair in the countryside town of Hack-Knee, birthplace of the baron himself. The highlight of the event is an annual competition to identify a team of champions to take a hand in running one of his many and diverse operations. To this end he invites five teams from neighboring boroughs to compete in a series of challenges to identify who should join his entourage. After each challenge one team is dismissed. After three fairly simple challenges the two remaining teams go head to head in a final and deadly task.
Presented for use with the Pathfinder RPG it is easily adapted to D&D 4th Ed. or even for use with OSRIC. We hope you will have as much fun with it as we have.
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It has been a while since I posted a scenario, or even good reference material for Call of Cthulhu. So in an attempt to rectify this horrible omission I present for your gaming pleasure “Working with Monsters again”. This is designed as a follow up to my previous scenario “Working with Monsters”. The scenario calls for a small number of investigators, between three and five and is set in Great Britain during the roaring twenties but could easily be played out in the 30’s or with some simple modification as a scenario for NOW!
WORKING WITH MONSTERS AGAIN
To make life easy here is a link to the original “Working with Monsters” which provides some key information including statistics for the Vampire Alexander Charbonneau.
Have fun, Derek.