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@marcusn Have you looked at Talislanta? Might be out of the normal fantasy tropes enough to make it interesting for you. has all of the PDFs for each of the versions of Talislanta, so you can go really old-school or have more modern design takes from the likes of Johnathan Tweet, Robin D. Laws,John Harper et al.

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@briecs Looks like the picture of Pixel that I used as my avatar for the longest time. She looked so metal in that photo. 🀘

@briecs I'm not great with dog breeds so I hope this is to specification:

Day five of a horrible migraine. I'm going to be behind on everything.

A couple ways you can help?

Call your reps to speak out against the border closing and cruelty.
Share the Turn Kickstarter link ( cuz I'm too wiped to.
Send pics of Great Danes.πŸ’œ

Chris Crawford ( has retired from his Storytron project. It is now open source and has a new maintainer:

#interactive #storytelling #storytron

Waffling between my desires to talk about the shit storms going on and wanting to keep this place calm and without malice.

@Halfjack reading that comment thread reminded me why I am glad I moved away from the OSR. There's some good people there, but their prophets are a real pain.

The Torchbearer blog [] linked two good old-school-style adventures today: The Beacon at Enon Tor, and Skogenby (included with Torchbearer).

I'm borrowing Tales from the Yawning Portal from my friend @Seacitygamer , and I've got B1 (In Search of the Unknown) and A0-4 I mentioned earlier.

What other OSR-style adventures should I be taking a look at?

Supporting a few people have asked about how to support The short answer is you don't have to. But if you want to help us meet our costs (about $20/month) we now accept contributions at

For some reason last night I decided that I wanted to pick up Atlantis: The Second Age (the Morrigan Press version) just to see what it's about. Also picked up the bestiary. I blame P.D. Breeding-Black's artwork on the cover of that one for the impulse buy.

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