A simple mill where farmers can have their grain ground into flour. Three stories tall. Maps are designed to be 10×10 but you could run it at 20×20 if you wanted more space.
I also created a more sinister version of this mill if you are looking for a mill in a more evil setting. Complete with bones, cages and... [click here for more]
Alister Konzegel's Field GuideVolume IV: Outrageous Owlbears
Allow this field guide to show you ten new owlbears, born from the combinations of strange creatures from our own realm... Experience the thunderous gobble of the mighty glurkey; tame the mischievous buzzing of the hummer; brave the darkened lair of the dread ravenbear; and much more!
This... [click here for more]
Not everything is gumdrops and lollipops in the land of Confectnia. This land appears to be bright and happy, yet looks are deceiving. A tyrant, Lord Jawbreaker, has cemented his rule over Confectnia and the people wallow in fear. The people hide, refusing to rise up, as those who come across Lord Jawbreaker’s forces - and live - are mute from broken jaws.
In this product, you will find the... [click here for more]
Do you love playing D and D with younger players (ages 8-12)? Do you or your players love spooky stuff: vampires, zombies, witches, etc and want to include that in your game? Curse of Strahd is perfect for you...but it is not exactly young player friendly. Until Now! Strahd Gives Me Goosebumps is a guide to adapting Curse of Strahd for young players. It contains
1: General tips for running... [click here for more]
What's the biggest problem running Hocus Pocus as a D&D session? Why are there so many Folk Horror stories for kids? Why is the Gothic one of the most fraught genres to run with young players?
We are a couple of spooky gamer parents, and it's not always easy to run horror games for kids (ages 8-12)! In Ravenloft Gives Me Goosebumps: Genres of Horror, we go through the... [click here for more]
Not knowing one's ancestry can be difficult on a person. It can cause someone to question their place in the world and condemn them to a life that never fully understands parts of its existence. And yet......and yet there are times when having the opportunity to learn the truth turns out to be worse.
This 1-2 hour psychological horror adventure is suitable for PCs between levels... [click here for more]
Hello there, I heard you may be interested in a Christmas oneshot - am I right?
Save the Last Kristmas will challenge your players with a simple task: become Santa's helpers for one day and save the world.
Well, not the whole world, alright, but at the very least Snowy Country, a yuletide region whose faith in this weird festival called Kristmas is currently in danger: Santa has fallen sick, Kristmas... [click here for more]
Do you know spooky kiddos who want to play spooky Dungeons and Dragons? Is something like Curse of Strahd still...a bit much for them? Here's some tips and guidelines for running horror-themed games for younger players (ages 8-12) ... [click here for more]