temples Archive

  • 13th Age Monthly: Temples of the Frog Folk This installment in 13th Age’s monthly series of supplemental pdfs clocks in at 10 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/SRD, leaving us with 8 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This pdf portrays basically an ecology on frog folk – but why did no one write about them? Well, there is this odd phenomenon – all who write about the frog folk seem to experience unpleasant accidents…and 13 reasons for the paranoia exhibited by and surrounding the frog folk are given: For example, what if ALL gods hate the frog folk, as they are a cosmic mishap? Or what if their skulls contain the fables toadstones?   […]

    13th Age Monthly: Temples of the Frog Folk (13th Age)

    13th Age Monthly: Temples of the Frog Folk This installment in 13th Age’s monthly series of supplemental pdfs clocks in at 10 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/SRD, leaving us with 8 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This pdf portrays basically an ecology on frog folk – but why did no one write about them? Well, there is this odd phenomenon – all who write about the frog folk seem to experience unpleasant accidents…and 13 reasons for the paranoia exhibited by and surrounding the frog folk are given: For example, what if ALL gods hate the frog folk, as they are a cosmic mishap? Or what if their skulls contain the fables toadstones?   […]

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  • Urban Dressing: Temples The latest installment in the Urban Dressing-series is 15 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page advertisement, 2 pages editorial, 1 page ToC/foreword, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving us with 8 pages of content, so what do we get?   Being a kind of temple-generator, this installment kicks off with a list of general appearances and characteristics – a total of 100 entries spanning two pages cover humble stone buildings,rose-scented airs, a smell of mildew and similar basic characteristics to expand. The next tble, though, is where it gets interesting – once again, with 100 entries, though this time, each entry is devoted to a domain and provides e.g. silken scarves associated […]

    Urban Dressing: Temples

    Urban Dressing: Temples The latest installment in the Urban Dressing-series is 15 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page advertisement, 2 pages editorial, 1 page ToC/foreword, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving us with 8 pages of content, so what do we get?   Being a kind of temple-generator, this installment kicks off with a list of general appearances and characteristics – a total of 100 entries spanning two pages cover humble stone buildings,rose-scented airs, a smell of mildew and similar basic characteristics to expand. The next tble, though, is where it gets interesting – once again, with 100 entries, though this time, each entry is devoted to a domain and provides e.g. silken scarves associated […]

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  •  Splinters of Faith I – It started with a Chicken…   The first adventure of the Splinters of Faith-adventure series is 20 pages long,  1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 3 pages of advertisement, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 13 pages of adventure.   This being an adventure review, it contains SPOILERS. Even worse, since it (and I) discuss the metaplot, there are MASSIVE SPOILERS for the whole series.   Players should really skip to the conclusion of the review.   Still here? All right! Once upon a time, a priest-king named Akruel Rathamon, a vile man of unrivaled power subjugated all the lands under his tyrannical rule in the name of a deity that […]

    Splinters of Faith I – V

     Splinters of Faith I – It started with a Chicken…   The first adventure of the Splinters of Faith-adventure series is 20 pages long,  1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 3 pages of advertisement, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 13 pages of adventure.   This being an adventure review, it contains SPOILERS. Even worse, since it (and I) discuss the metaplot, there are MASSIVE SPOILERS for the whole series.   Players should really skip to the conclusion of the review.   Still here? All right! Once upon a time, a priest-king named Akruel Rathamon, a vile man of unrivaled power subjugated all the lands under his tyrannical rule in the name of a deity that […]

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