It’s #AquaticSummer and I’m loving writing these posts! People know I love my world building, and now it’s time to dive into the complexities and considerations of creating an aquatic setting. The cool thing here is that a lot of this guidance borders on being genre agnostic, so let’s go!Read more
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In my last two Pathfinder reviews, I was deep into the Mwangi Expanse. It was good. Then I picked up some more Pathfinder 2nd Edition books in pdf format. I read them. Most of them. Some of them. There’s a lot of them. But I finished one, and it’s the Lost Omens Travel Guide. So it’s time to dive into a review!Read more
Back in 2017, I stumbled over Fantasy AGE, a 3d6 based fantasy tabletop RPG by Green Ronin. I was all in. It was the breath of fresh air I needed from D&D and D&D-esque games. I even featured it a few times in articles about games to try or alternatives to D&D. So when I heard there was a 2nd edition coming, I knew that I had to check it out!Read more
Linear campaigns have a bit of a bad wrap, but you can map for them in such a way that it still feels like a whole open world! And that’s what the goal is here. Taking a break from Oasis City, this map is all about tryign to create a full world feeling for a campaign that’s more or less A to B to C!
Mapping in 90 minute blocks is as fun as it is challenging. On day five of the Oasis City map, I got into some gardening and laid out an “old district”. It’s really coming together well and I’m digging how the map is communicating that this isn’t a conventional run of the mill area. More mapping next Tuesday, live on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube!