grinding Archive

  • The Grinding Gear (OSR) This module clocks in at 29 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, leaving us with 27 pages of content. However, the maps are 4 extra pages in a separate pdf and the module also comes with a handy 3-page GM-cheat-sheet. With the exception of the maps in the separate pdf, these pages generally are formatted for an A5-paper-size (6” by 9”), which means you can fit up to 4 of the pages on one A4 sheet of paper, though your eyesight should be good if you opt for that option.   Okay, this module is called “Grinding Gear.” It’s penned by James Edward Raggi IV and is released by LotFP. From the cover, I […]

    The Grinding Gear (OSR)

    The Grinding Gear (OSR) This module clocks in at 29 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, leaving us with 27 pages of content. However, the maps are 4 extra pages in a separate pdf and the module also comes with a handy 3-page GM-cheat-sheet. With the exception of the maps in the separate pdf, these pages generally are formatted for an A5-paper-size (6” by 9”), which means you can fit up to 4 of the pages on one A4 sheet of paper, though your eyesight should be good if you opt for that option.   Okay, this module is called “Grinding Gear.” It’s penned by James Edward Raggi IV and is released by LotFP. From the cover, I […]

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  • I’m going to take a look at one of the first fully VTT-compatible modules out there, not to mention that it’s penned by ennie-award winning designer Ben McFarland. If you don’t know it yet, it sounds like a black metal band and is just as hard-hitting, it’s   The Breaking of Forstor Nagar    This adventure is 48 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial and ToC, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving 44 pages of content, so let’s check it out! Disclaimer: I’m a latecomer patron this project. The first thing you’ll notice when taking a look at this adventure is its layout – Jonathan Roberts, cartographer extraordinaire, has also provided the stunningly beautiful […]

    The Breaking of Forstor Nagar

    I’m going to take a look at one of the first fully VTT-compatible modules out there, not to mention that it’s penned by ennie-award winning designer Ben McFarland. If you don’t know it yet, it sounds like a black metal band and is just as hard-hitting, it’s   The Breaking of Forstor Nagar    This adventure is 48 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial and ToC, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving 44 pages of content, so let’s check it out! Disclaimer: I’m a latecomer patron this project. The first thing you’ll notice when taking a look at this adventure is its layout – Jonathan Roberts, cartographer extraordinaire, has also provided the stunningly beautiful […]

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