Lists, lists, lists... This specific idea is one I stole a long while ago and have since forgotten it's origin. This is a campaign idea for Adventure Hour!, my answer to fantasy gaming with younger players, involving nothing more than a simple list. We've talked about lists before. They're quick items that are clearly visible … Continue reading The Evil League of Evil
The village. Ross McConnell. Play worlds, not rules. This includes the worlds of movies. Anyways, I steal ideas from media recklessly. My media diet has to be good for something, right? I stole from Kurosawa for a World of Elements game that I ran. The Scenario Winter time. Bandit gang has stolen half of the … Continue reading Stealing Seven Samurai
Click the fish for the link! This is an update to the Belly of the Fishy Beast adventure, but without all of the numbers. It's system-neutral now, which makes it perfect for Adventure Hour! A couple of parents have asked for it now, so I figured that I should deliver. Enjoy!
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
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
I'm expelling something from my RPG brain so as to not let the mindleeches of forgetfulness get me. I was entertaining the idea of an open table game online. Then I started encountering problems and finding solutions. It was a quick exercise in game management. Oh, I also found a way to do "XP for … Continue reading Virtual Open Table Gaming: One-Page Adventures and Treasure XP
"The beast is not dead.""I put four bullets into him." "You think evil can be killed with bullets? Satan lives. The Unholy One is among us." This is a mystery/horror Dread scenario about a ten hour train ride from Shanghai to Moscow (click for the pdf link). Some people are going to Moscow, some are going … Continue reading Dread Scenario: Horror on the Siberian Express
Paul Revere I made a capstone project for my Honors program. Me being me, I made role-playing scenarios to be put in a social studies classroom. Two of these were for the games Quill and Parsely. The links to the actual scenarios I made are hidden in the article and located at the bottom of … Continue reading A Tale of Two Scenarios