Monday, November 24, 2014

Credit long over due.

It has come to my attention that a good deal of the magic items in Ruins & Ronin were supplied by Scot Hoover (kellri) at the Swords & Wizardry forums back in 2009. I have neglected giving him credit in the book, and must apologize for that oversight. Until I can re-work the credit page and get it sorted out, I have pulled the pdf & print option from Lulu for the time being.

My apologies to Scott, it was an honest oversight on my part.

Here is a link to the magic items he created (and they were some of the best).

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Kids home game.

I promised the kids that I would run some D&D for them, they have already created 2 characters each (I told them to expect character death) and have started mapping a smallish dungeon. The dungeon is called the "Monster Plantation" - taken from a ride (now renamed) at Six Flags over Georgia (I worked there as a teenager).

The Monster Plantation was once the mansion of a mad-wizard known for his biological monstrosities. It is a ruined building in a old marshy area, a lowland where the Sweetwater creek flows.

To the north is the home castle-town of Mirah (our local city is Hiram Ga.), a small border castle of the Go'eriag kingdom. There are 6 banner castles of the kingdom. ;-)

Just south of the marsh in the grassy hills, is the small hobbit town called the Hill Shires (they are farmers), their Mayor/Sheriff is William Beau Boggins (commonly called Will-bo).

Recently a small tribe of bogglins (swamp goblins) have moved into the area and have stolen the giant queen bee of Will-bo's honey farm. He is providing a reward of 150gp to any individual that can return his queen bee.

The Bogglings have taken residence in level 1 of the dungeon and their chief  has a staff of animal charm (he has charmed the queen and she controls her small hive of giant bees). The staff has 2 charges left.

So level one has a small group of goblins, and giant bees. I am itching to run this for the kids, if they didn't have so much homework this week....

Monday, November 10, 2014

Normandie Area Map

For those in the joust, here is the local area map...