Anyone know where to get a dungeon world sticker? My laptop has been asking for one for its cover :)

Anyone know where to get a dungeon world sticker? My laptop has been asking for one for its cover ūüôā

Anyone know where to get a dungeon world sticker? My laptop has been asking for one for its cover ūüôā

This a repost from the DW Tavern group.

This a repost from the DW Tavern group.

This a repost from the DW Tavern group. I ran my game using the Planar Codex so I though you guys would appreciate this…

Originally shared by Gary Anastasio

Just ended a super fun DW/Planar Codex game. The following happened in the last game:

1- The party killed the villains who have been a thorn in their sides for 10 sessions. The battle came full circle and happened in the first dungeon they entered at level 1 which was an ancient Lich’s lair with a room full of bones, an alter and a boney hole in the ground that led to the abyss. The battle was over a book called “The Codex of the Unknown God” that could unmake reality and utterly destroy the city of Dis. The book was created by Dis’ father who sought to use the book to commit fratricide on his out of control child which was the living city of Dis.¬†

2- In the bloodshed the villains blood spilled and managed to trigger the ritual they stopped in the very first session which was at that time to summon a Zombie Dragon.

3- Said Zombie Dragon known as Skalos the Blighted proceeded to wreck havoc on the party breathing acid and taking out the Fighter in one shot who made a 7-9 roll on last breath and took the deal to come back to the living for a price.

4- The player running the Star Mage managed to get everyone out via portals but not before dying to a breath of acid himself. He rolled a 7-9 last breath and chose death. We are using the Grim World rules for death moves. He decided to die and implode as a black hole. It sucked the book in destroying it (which was the goal in the first place), also killing the Zombie Dragon (which was why it wanted the book so it could end its own suffering) and sucked one of the other party members into oblivion due to a 6 or less roll on her defy danger roll. The two that escaped were the thief and the fighter. They were able to watch the Lich tower implode as the black hole devoured the dungeon. Death moves rock.

5- They return to Sultana (the goddess who birthed the city of Dis and who also gave them the mission to destroy the book) to report that the book was no more and the threat has ended. (seriously talk about playing to find out what happens… sheesh)

6- Due to the deal the Fighter made with her god, which was that she would be taken once the quest was completed, she is given a choice… Die and move to the heavens of her people or forever remain in the service of Sultana as a Road Warden. She chose Road Warden. Sultana flicks her hand as the copper wires whip around the fighter, binding her soul to Sultana’s service forever….¬†

7- The last scene is the thief walking down the steps of Sultana’s palace. The sole survivor of the campaign. He reaches in his pocket and looks at the gem he stole from the front of the “book.” He smiles unknowing that as long as any part of the book remains that Dis remains in peril.¬†

And that’s how we ended the game. Pretty epic imho. ūüôā Thanks to Adam Koebel¬† Sage LaTorra¬† for making a kickass game. And thanks to J. Walton¬† for making a setting that was simply awesome. And lastly thanks to Trenton Kennedy¬† and Deanna Nygren¬† for making Grim World and the fantastic death move system. My group looks forward to more adventures in the future.¬†

Just ended a super fun DW/Planarch Codex game. The following happened in the last game:

Just ended a super fun DW/Planarch Codex game. The following happened in the last game:

Just ended a super fun DW/Planarch Codex game. The following happened in the last game:

1- The party killed the villains who have been a thorn in their sides for 10 sessions. The battle came full circle and happened in the first dungeon they entered at level 1 which was an ancient Lich’s lair with a room full of bones, an alter and a boney hole in the ground that led to the abyss. The battle was over a book called “The Codex of the Unknown God” that could unmake reality and utterly destroy the city of Dis. The book was created by Dis’ father who sought to use the book to commit fratricide on his out of control child which is the city devouring realities.¬†

2- In the bloodshed the villains blood spilled and managed to trigger the ritual they stopped in the very first session which was at that time to summon a Zombie Dragon.

3- Said Zombie Dragon, known as Skalos the Blighted, proceeded to wreck havoc on the party breathing acid and taking out the Fighter in one shot who made a 7-9 roll on last breath and took the deal to come back to the living for a price.

4- The player running the Star Mage managed to get everyone out via portals but not before dying to a breath of acid himself. He rolled a 7-9 last breath and chose death. We are using the Grim World rules for death moves. He decided to die and implode as a black hole. It sucked the book in destroying it (which was the goal in the first place), also killing the Zombie Dragon (which was why it wanted the book so it could end its own suffering) and sucked one of the other party members into oblivion due to a 6 or less roll on her defy danger roll. The two that escaped were the thief and the fighter. They were able to watch the Lich tower implode as the black hole devoured the dungeon. Death moves rock.

5- They return to Sultana (the goddess who birthed the city of Dis and who also gave them the mission to destroy the book) to report that the book was no more and the threat has ended. (seriously talk about playing to find out what happens… sheesh)

6- Due to the deal the Fighter made with her god, which was that she would be taken once the quest was completed, she is given a choice… Die and move to the heavens of her people or forever remain in the service of Sultana as a Road Warden. She chose Road Warden. Sultana flicks her hand as the copper wires whip around the fighter, binding her soul to Sultana’s service forever….¬†

7- The last scene is the thief walking down the steps of Sultana’s palace. The sole survivor of the campaign. He reaches in his pocket and looks at the gem he stole from the front of the “book.” He smiles unknowing that as long as any part of the book remains that Dis remains in peril.¬†

And that’s how we ended the game. Pretty epic imho. ūüôā Thanks to Adam Koebel¬† Sage LaTorra¬† for making a kickass game. And thanks to J. Walton¬† for making a setting that was simply awesome. And lastly thanks to Trenton Kennedy¬† and Deanna Nygren¬† for making Grim World and the fantastic death move system. My group looks forward to more adventures in the future.¬†

Mike Lindsey plays a Captain in my Inverse World game.

Mike Lindsey plays a Captain in my Inverse World game.

Mike Lindsey plays a Captain in my Inverse World game. He plays a Boy Captain loosely based off of Peter Pan. His crew is essentially the lost boys Tim Franzke check it out. Its a really fun character to have in the game. Mike could tell you more about his thoughts on the Captain.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8yJ6M2KFTfxY29lUXFSSTAxbVU/edit?usp=sharing

Planar Codex is so awesome.

Planar Codex is so awesome.

Planar Codex is so awesome. Last night my party found themselves in the newly devoured Parish of Detroit in the 1970’s battling biker gangs and riding in a 1970 Dodge Charger next to the local heroes Mitch Groove and Donny Champion. After a massive bar brawl where they killed the leader of the villainous biker gang and saved Donny’s girl friend, Honey Bee, then rode off into the sunset in their 1970s yellow van. Totally awesome.!

Question to the community about a bard wanting to use Multiclass Initiate to dip into the Wizard moves.

Question to the community about a bard wanting to use Multiclass Initiate to dip into the Wizard moves.

Question to the community about a bard wanting to use Multiclass Initiate to dip into the Wizard moves. This Bard wants to get some spellcasting ability and we are confused. A Wizard (and Cleric) have multiple moves that allow them to ultimately cast spells: “Spellbook”, “Prepare spell” and “Cast spell”. I was thinking on writing a move that allows the Bard to have a move similar to “God among the wastes” from the Ranger but allow wizard spells as opposed to Cleric spells. Thoughts on how to handle this?

Hi all I need some alternative races and their moves for my planar codex game. Thanks!

Hi all I need some alternative races and their moves for my planar codex game. Thanks!

Hi all I need some alternative races and their moves for my planar codex game. Thanks!