Issue 3 of my cyber-sci-fantasy tables zines. This one is city focused. I’m done with this series for now, but may stretch them out and compile them into more of a ‘setting’ book with monsters and custom moves and what not.
I have four sessions of Adventures on Dungeon Planet on the calendar for Sunday afternoons in March. If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s Johnstone Metzger’s science-fantasy supplement for Dungeon World. This is a continuation of the games I’m running in February, but they’re a separate entity, so you don’t need to have played in any of those to play in the March games.
Games will run from 3:00 – 6:30 Central Time.
The setting is home-brew science fantasy set in an environment inspired by the deep south of America.
I’ve been doing a lot of shilling lately for some reason, but here’s another.
I’ve been doing a lot of shilling lately for some reason, but here’s another. Numenera Humble Bundle. I’m a big fan of Monte Cook and though I haven’t run this game yet, I’ve mined it for inspiration many times for DW. You get a fair bit of stuff for just a buck.
I have three Sessions of Adventures on Dungeon Planet on the calendar for Sunday afternoons in February. If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s Johnstone Metzger’s science-fantasy supplement for Dungeon World.
The Yellow City. The largest, most ancient, and most terrible city in all of Yoon-Suin… The people of the Yellow City are many and varied, but they are united in their love for three things: opium, knowledge, and tea.
I have four sessions of Dungeon World on the calendar for Monday evenings in September. General RSVPs begin 12 August 2018. There are three slots available.
(This is my first time running a game for the Gauntlet, but not my first time as a GM.)
The game will take place in the Yellow City in the universe of Yoon-Suin: The Purple Land by David McGorgan. I will add a folder of available playbooks closer to the date, but feel free to message me if you have suggestions. Additionally, you may choose Crab Person or Slug Person as your background.
Inspired by Heart of Darkness and Apocalypse Now, players have been hired by a local organized crime syndicate to locate and retrieve an elusive character known to be hiding somewhere in the area of the city known as Old Town.
I’m running a game for just my partner. We’ve played together before, but it’s been awhile. Does anyone else run two player Dungeon World (1pc, 1gm)? Tips? I’m aware of the legacy weapon, but something about it doesn’t interest me.