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August 1, 2019

This is a game that means a lot to me for several reasons. The main one, however, is that I worked on it during a bad period mentally last year. I have been very public -- sometimes to the public -- about my mental health.

February 23, 2017

The Order of Iron Stars was founded some five hundred years ago as a small monastic cult dedicated to the worship of Syu, an aspect of Mulciber. The first monastery was built on the southern flank of the Spineback Mountains Range where a meteorite was seen crashing. Th...

February 14, 2017

The British North American possession colloquially known as Canada (but formally called the Province of Québec) first received European visitors sometime around the year 1000, when Vikings established a colony on the island of Newfoundland. The colony did not last and...

February 9, 2017

The Sisterhood is based in the city of Devna since its creation some two centuries ago. Devna is a client state of Neum, the former imperial capital now one of the city states of Döãrn. Back then the empire was still united but unstable and weakening rapidly. The Siste...

February 2, 2017

These are simple gold hoop rings that must be worn in both ears. Once worn the wearer gains a +2 to all tests involving Quickness. If only 1 earring is worn the wearer has a -2 penalty to all tests involving Quickness.

These earrings were created for a thief by then nam...

January 31, 2017

The Colonial Gothic Player’s Companion  you will find many new weapons and combat rules, but here’s something I decided to keep back for a more detailed treatment.

The Puckle Gun was a revolutionary design, capable of three times the fire rate of a conventional musket....

January 26, 2017

As her feet nearly slid out from underneath her racing around the corner, a grim fate stood before her. The alleyway was blocked by another patrol. With the large book in her hands, the gold foil of its corners and the symbol of their faith clearly visible on the cover...

January 24, 2017

Before Jamestown, before St. Augustine, there was a small Spanish settlement slated to be called Santa María de Ochuse. With every intention of establishing the first permanent European settlement in the New World, Don Tristán de Luna y Arellano (hereby referred to as...

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