“Belly of the Fishy Beast” gets a makeover

It must be Christmas here in the Dragonslayer Domain. Last post, I made a digital copy of an example dungeon I made using Maze Rats. Quick and easy... And sloppy. The dungeon went from this: To this And now, by the graces of @Licopeo on the Questing Beast Discord server, this: Here is a link … Continue reading “Belly of the Fishy Beast” gets a makeover

Ask the Dragonslayer #2: Example Single Sheet Adventure

Let's get to it! I love maze rats as a concept for intro/quicker type gameplay! I have a sixth-grader and some other noobs that I would love to introduce to the game, but I don't know what to do for the dungeon(size, #creatures, strength, features, etc). Is it possible to get some info/stats on the … Continue reading Ask the Dragonslayer #2: Example Single Sheet Adventure

The Darkening of Mirkwood (A Landshut Hack)

It's not Mirkwood, but still LotR. Great fight. Classic scene. Thank you, A. Shipwright. EDIT: This is no longer the most recent version of the game! Continue reading for thoughts on Arnesonian gaming and LotR RPGs, but the rules here are no longer current. Click here to skip the character dialogue of a silly NPC … Continue reading The Darkening of Mirkwood (A Landshut Hack)

Maze Rats: Special Attack Redux

"The moon turns your mind to mush. It's an attack on your sanity. Better plan carefully." [The Game Master's] primary duties include: playing the roles of all of the NPCs, creating and running the fictional world. establishing concrete situations for the players to interact with, adapting to the unpredictable choices of the players, making on … Continue reading Maze Rats: Special Attack Redux