Odysseys and Overlords and Ruins and Portals

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My publisher, Travis Legge, has released an Old School game. Odysseys and Overlords is a BFRPG variant with a distinct flavor. The implied setting is somewhat post apocalyptic, and there are three non human peoples; wildfolk, spell scorched, and abyss kissed. Spells Scorched are elves of a very distinct flavor, their flesh is covered with runes. Abyss kissed are the Tieflings of the setting, and Wildfolk make me think of Ookla from Thundar the Barbarian.

Each of the nonhuman races have a homeland, and there is an excellent Bard class. Plus, there is artwork of mine within the Game Master’s Guide, and in his Patreon exclusive starter adventure, Caverns of the Cromags.

You can support his patreon, and get this and other exclusive content here

And you can get the rulebooks for Odysseys and Overlords here

273929also released recently is my latest bundle of stock art, Ruins and Portals!

Currently on sale for the May sale on Drivethrurpg, you can get it here.

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I am currently working on a bundle of faerie art. Unfortunately Necrotic Gnome is not extending a license for Dolmenwood based content, so I cannot sell the Woodgrue or Moss Dwarf for commercial use, but you can use them for your character sheets if you are playing a Dolmenwood game, preferably using Old School Essentials (formerly B/X Essentials). If you get any of Wormskin or BX/E, you can get the Demihumans of Dolmenwood book free.

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Just go back the Old School Essentials Kickstarter  it has just a few days to go!

 

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DemiHumans of Dolmenwood

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Gavin Norman, Author of the B/X Essentials and one of the minds (along with Greg Gorgonmilk) behind Dolmenwood. 

The Dolmenwood is the campaign setting described in the most excellent zine, Wormskin. The setting is a twisted fairytale woods, a little Brian Froud flavored with a little bit of Princess Mononoke , with a very Dunsanyan feel to it, Which is no wonder, as Greg has published a collection of Lord Dunsany’s writing.

Prior to this setting’s release, the closest to it in feel was a cross between John Stater’s Bloody Basic: Mother Goose Edition and Bloody Basic:Weird Fantasy Edition, both of which I enjoy.

The 1st issue of Wormskin is now accompanied by the above Demihumans of Dolmenwood, and it is just great. The takes on elves and dwarves are stange and endearing;  elves seem alien and cruel, like those in The Broken Sword by Pihn Anderson. Dwarves are part plant druids,  there is a Puss in Boots/Cheshire Cat creature called a Grimalkin, and the bat faced goblins called Woodgrue are absolutely delightful gremlins.

I wrote up a DF conversion of them HERE For Free!

I used several DF books, DF3, DF5, DF9, DF15, and Pyramid #3/50 along with Magic to perform the conversion.

For further play I would recommend GURPS Thaumatology: Urban Magics  For its Ley Line spells, and DF16 Wilderness Adventures

All of these are on sale today at Warehouse 23!

I fucking love Woodgrues!

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