Tim Short was one of my first patrons, and is the author of The Manor, a great little gaming zine that has, among other things, launched something that became Dungeon Grappling
This issue has not only a cover that Tim commissioned from me, but three other illustrations from my stock art, two of which were prompted by Tim.
He wrote this issue to be compatable with Erik Tenkar’s Swords & Wizardry Continual Light and includes some custom rules for clerics, a great wilderness encounter table, and a tavern to be found in a dungeon. I really like the characterizations he has done there, and am making a go of it myself.
Argento Pitts is a Squire with the 125 pt Veteran lens, from DF15, along with the knight/inkeeper lens from DF10., and a variation on the Foul Limb power up, from DF11, except it is considered a construct and not undead, has ST+4 and DR 20 vs non-magical weapons, and is an unnatural feature. He is stubborn, skinny, suspicious, and curious (the last two are quirk level.)
Gunnhild is a guard with bad temper, and a 10 point OPH, gives dirty looks. Kind of reminds me of Masugatan, a crass brute in my game.
Valac is a goblin Wizard, with the 125pt learned lens, has self defense pacifism, curious, wierdness magnet, and an obsession to learn more. He has DR 20 to nonmagical weapons, but is vulnerable to meteoric iron ones.
His door is a construct with ST 20, 100 hp, DR 10, plus DR 20 to non magical weapons, effectively has Magelock at 25 skill, and can strike for thrust/ crush with a skill of 12, and has regular regeneration.
John Stater, my most consistent, prolific, and generous patron, just released Nod33 which contains a commissioned quintet of African Deities.
He also recently released
Esoterica Exhumed, after the Unearthed Arcana, contains new classes and spells for Blood&Treasure, or any OSR type game, and includes two more of my illustrations, for the spell Control Hair, and the Saboteur class.
You can get it here.
Another fine use of my stock art was made in the steampunk game,
AES, Brass Revolution. I haven’t given it a really thoughrough read through, but they seem to have used work from at least four different stock packs of mine., and I think the first use of my Space Opera Art in a publication.
I am always a sucker for airships.
As always, my stock art can be bought here
And my Tshirts and other products at Teepublic
And prints and more at Society6
Despite billing issues at Patreon, you can always support me there, at a flat monthly rate for cheaper than buying my bundles.