Tombpunk: Arcana – The Mountebank Class

Tombpunk is my lo-fi, lightweight, fantasy roleplaying game, published under license by Outland Entertainment. You can find it here on DriveThruRPG. Tombpunk: Arcana is a series of articles written by me expanding content for the game with “playtest” material (I don’t think I can call it homebrew if I’m the official writer/creator!). This is the second article in the … Continue reading Tombpunk: Arcana – The Mountebank Class

Tombpunk: Arcana – Temples of Goremarrow, the God of Murder

Tombpunk is my lo-fi, lightweight, fantasy roleplaying game, published under license by Outland Entertainment. You can find it here on DriveThruRPG. Tombpunk: Arcana is a series of articles written by me expanding content for the game with “playtest” material (I don’t think I can call it homebrew if I’m the official writer/creator!). This is the second article in the … Continue reading Tombpunk: Arcana – Temples of Goremarrow, the God of Murder

Tombpunk: Arcana – Chaos Magick

Tombpunk is my lo-fi, lightweight, fantasy roleplaying game, published under license by Outland Entertainment. You can find it here on DriveThruRPG. Tombpunk: Arcana is a series of articles written by me expanding content for the game with "playtest" material (I don't think I can call it homebrew if I'm the official writer/creator!). This is the … Continue reading Tombpunk: Arcana – Chaos Magick

Halloween Game 2018 – Mythras (Mythic Rome)

It's that time of the year again! Halloweeeeeen gammeeee! *cue spooky music.* I elected to run Mythras from The Design Mechanism, using their Mythic Rome sourcebook. (You can find all of these books on their website or DriveThruRPG.) Rules Changes for Moar Horror None! The combat rules in Mythras are pretty horrific already (in terms of body horror), and … Continue reading Halloween Game 2018 – Mythras (Mythic Rome)

My Infinity War

This blog post deals with mental illness, depression, suicide attempts, and stuff like that. It's not light. Also terrible pictures of me culled from Facebook. It's been ten years since Marvel's Iron Man hit theaters, a fact not lost on the marketing team for Avengers: Infinity War, comic fans, movie fans, or really anyone remotely plugged into … Continue reading My Infinity War