Here’s a bunch of horrible infections that are around in my Disposable Heroes campaign. It’s supposed to be a kind of longer time consequence after serious combat.
Well, it wasn’t ever dead, just resting for a bit. Lately, I’ve been thinking a bit more on the Viking RPG that I’ve worked a bit on in the past. Essentially, I had this idea of what kind of die system to use for this specific project, which caused it to get pushed back onto my “The five projects I’m like working most on right now”-pile. Wohoo, vikings!
This was originally made up for the witch’s bone dust, but can probably be used together with any undeadification you want. This table is adapted to more generic D&D compared to my original table.
Another session today. It was half size, but a lot went down anyways!
Here’s a weird magic item I thought up the other day… It has already seen use in my current campaign too. I liked it.
This one was pretty long and interesting. In the end there was -3 casualities from the party. Oh and one character that died but kind of not.
Today there’s a monster. Well, a creature. It’s the Memory Eater, or “mind worm”. It does exactly what it says on the can.