Baklin, Jewel of the Sea

My primary patron, Gabor Lux has just released a city supplement for 1e/OSRIC, which is readily adaptable to any OSR ruleset, and comes with awesome maps.

The port city is full of intrigue and has several layers of dungeon, with multiple entrances and a variety of inhabitants, from the typical bandits, thieves, goblins, orcs, low rent undead, up to animated armor, trolls and mimics, but also including weirdnesses such as floating eyes, a small army of paladins striving to see every last corpse properly buried, and acollection of doors that lead to strange places.it would be easy to port in Through Ultan’s Door here.

The NPCs have a good selection of interesting magic items and peculiar abities like magic resistance or magical luck.

You can get it here

It is of course, full of my artwork!

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Or buy my stuff

Some Recent Work, Love for Far Away Land, and a mention in a GURPS podcast

I have been toiling away at some interesting commissions for my primary patron, Gabor Lux and here are some of the recent items I have done:

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Additionally, I have been getting some of my recent kickstarter rewards:

I bought two copies of the Far Away Land OSR core rules. (not yet on sale, but awesome)

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Far Away Land is a wonderful game and setting that has really endearing illustrations by Dirk Stanley that make me think of the best parts of Adventure Time. It is terribly fun, and I will go on about it at length in a later post, where I may attempt to do some conversions.

 

I was mentioned in a podcast about GURPS homebrew settings!

Demons stockart coming soon! and other things of import

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Now that my commissions are out of the way, My latest stock art package should be arriving on OBS! We all need villains, so here are 8 demons from the Monster Manual, plus a demon featured in Three Toadstools Blueholme adventure, The Dusty Door, and a Not so Petty Demon from my game, and a DoomChild.

Update: now available! Grab it here

As always, my patrons already received these, and you can too by signing up for my Patreon.

Speaking of commissions,  the latest issue of Echoes from Fomalhaut is now available, and features my artwork on the cover!

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Now, there are a couple of kickstarters I have backed that I should mention:

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Douglas Cole (of Dungeon Grappling, Dragon Heresy, and GURPS Martial Arts:Technical Grappling fame) has a kickstarter for the very first third party product for the Dungeon Fantasy RPG  This item, The Hall of Judgement, is an adaptation of his other product, The Lost hall of Tyr, originally produced for Swords& Wizardry, D&D 5E and Dragon Heresy.

If you are a fan of DF, definitely chase this down, it can only lead to more DF product.

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Dark Naga productions is on their fifth kickstarter in the Haunting of Hastur series that started with The Lost Temple of Forgotten Evil, and has carried through several other adventures, all currently available through OBS. If you have been following the series, which has a unique take on subterranean elves dwelling in the underdark, you should go for Carcosa.