Green Devil Face Archive

  • Green Devil Face #3 (OSR)abisgroup.ru The third installment of the Green Devil Face magazine clocks in at 15 pages, the first page of which would be devoted to editorial + introduction, leaving us with 14 pages, so let’s take a look!   Alfred John Dalziel begins with an interesting pool that regrows lost limbs – but, in the case of anything but a neutral adventurer, the limb has the opposite alignment of its owner, which may result in confusion. It is also suggested to make the save potentially penalizes, depending on the amount regrown. Yeah, call be cynical, but been there, done that.   Andreas Davour has a neat, sadistic little trap: A harmless room, non-descript, really, with a treasure […]

    Green Devil Face #3 (OSR)

    Green Devil Face #3 (OSR)abisgroup.ru The third installment of the Green Devil Face magazine clocks in at 15 pages, the first page of which would be devoted to editorial + introduction, leaving us with 14 pages, so let’s take a look!   Alfred John Dalziel begins with an interesting pool that regrows lost limbs – but, in the case of anything but a neutral adventurer, the limb has the opposite alignment of its owner, which may result in confusion. It is also suggested to make the save potentially penalizes, depending on the amount regrown. Yeah, call be cynical, but been there, done that.   Andreas Davour has a neat, sadistic little trap: A harmless room, non-descript, really, with a treasure […]

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  • Green Devil Face #2 (OSR) The second installment of the Green Devil Face e-zine clocks in at 18 pages, 1 page editorial/introduction – the cover-artwork and similar shenanigans is its own pdf…so what do we get this time around?   Well, something rather different – not a dungeon, but rather than that, trap-rooms! The first would be the eyes of Parsifur and Dunsane, penned by Kent. It should be noted that the following contains SPOILERS for the traps/encounters herein – only referees should read further. … .. . Okay, so the first room is shaped like a cathedral and is EVIL: A troll thing, friendly enough, wants to paint the characters…and when he does, the character is imprisoned in the […]

    Green Devil Face #2 (OSR)

    Green Devil Face #2 (OSR) The second installment of the Green Devil Face e-zine clocks in at 18 pages, 1 page editorial/introduction – the cover-artwork and similar shenanigans is its own pdf…so what do we get this time around?   Well, something rather different – not a dungeon, but rather than that, trap-rooms! The first would be the eyes of Parsifur and Dunsane, penned by Kent. It should be noted that the following contains SPOILERS for the traps/encounters herein – only referees should read further. … .. . Okay, so the first room is shaped like a cathedral and is EVIL: A troll thing, friendly enough, wants to paint the characters…and when he does, the character is imprisoned in the […]

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  • Green Devil Face #1 (OSR) The first installment of the Green Devil Face magazine clocks in at 21 pages, 1 page editorial/introduction, leaving 20 pages of content – and in case you were wondering: The cover etc. is its own pdf contained in the folder.   So, what is this? As the author tells us, this was originally a project called “Fantasy Fucking Vietnam”; it is, unlike what most people will associate with Lamentations of the Flame Princess, obviously and very intentionally a satire…and it is a massive module…a dungeon, to be more precise. 59 rooms strong and ready to rock for  OSR-games. There is no key-less, player-friendly version of the b/w-map, but considering the price-point, I am okay with […]

    Green Devil Face #1 (OSR)

    Green Devil Face #1 (OSR) The first installment of the Green Devil Face magazine clocks in at 21 pages, 1 page editorial/introduction, leaving 20 pages of content – and in case you were wondering: The cover etc. is its own pdf contained in the folder.   So, what is this? As the author tells us, this was originally a project called “Fantasy Fucking Vietnam”; it is, unlike what most people will associate with Lamentations of the Flame Princess, obviously and very intentionally a satire…and it is a massive module…a dungeon, to be more precise. 59 rooms strong and ready to rock for  OSR-games. There is no key-less, player-friendly version of the b/w-map, but considering the price-point, I am okay with […]

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