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  • Today I’ll take a look at a nice horror-module that should have the Horror-aficionados cackle with glee, Run Amok Games’   Teeth of the Storm   This adventure is 38 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 35 pages of content, so let’s check this out! This being an adventure-review, this text contains a bunch of major SPOILERS – potential players should jump to the conclusion. Still here? All right! This module kicks off when the PCs are finding their way through the lands of the mysterious Klaustad family and happen upon the carnage of the aftermath of a dread attack on a retinue of guards on a stone bridge while the […]

    Teeth of the Storm

    Today I’ll take a look at a nice horror-module that should have the Horror-aficionados cackle with glee, Run Amok Games’   Teeth of the Storm   This adventure is 38 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 35 pages of content, so let’s check this out! This being an adventure-review, this text contains a bunch of major SPOILERS – potential players should jump to the conclusion. Still here? All right! This module kicks off when the PCs are finding their way through the lands of the mysterious Klaustad family and happen upon the carnage of the aftermath of a dread attack on a retinue of guards on a stone bridge while the […]

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 17 NOVEMBER 2010 Yes, the title is quite confusing but today I made an old friend. A long time ago I subscribed to an email newsletter that provides tips and advice for Game Masters (GMs). The email comes about once a week and contains all manner of RPG articles written by one man and a group of hardcore GMs. The best thing about this email is all of the different creative ideas that could be used in any setting and any time period. Granted, most RPGs are set in medieval times which I am just fine with, but it’s nice to have the versatility the emails provide. I have always read them and wondered who these people were […]

    NERD TREK makes an old friend

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 17 NOVEMBER 2010 Yes, the title is quite confusing but today I made an old friend. A long time ago I subscribed to an email newsletter that provides tips and advice for Game Masters (GMs). The email comes about once a week and contains all manner of RPG articles written by one man and a group of hardcore GMs. The best thing about this email is all of the different creative ideas that could be used in any setting and any time period. Granted, most RPGs are set in medieval times which I am just fine with, but it’s nice to have the versatility the emails provide. I have always read them and wondered who these people were […]

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