Hi, long time no write. I’m still alive (if depressed), so here’s some magical lanterns. 1D10 Object 1 Thief’s Lantern: a small black flame casts light only for the one that holds it. Needs no fuel, and reignites the first possible moment if put out by any means. 2 Blue Flame Lantern: burns water instead … More 1d10 Magical Lanterns
It’s been a while. I haven’t stopped writing RPG stuff (not at all), but I’m mostly plotting away at larger projects that aren’t really postable. Anyways, I was in Berlin a bit this summer, and took some photos at museums of interesting stuff! Prepare for like 100 images… I’m gonna run out of wordpress space … More Some Images From Berlin
There we go, now we have three! Here’s some weird equipment for your magical types. For Fighters and Thieves go here or here respectively. I might do a PDF of all of this sometime maybe…
I did one for thief-rogue types, and now here is finally a fighter one. Weapons, more weapons, armor, and other items for warriors.
The Knight of Logan has returned! (Finally!) And due to his equipment packs being inspiring, I wrote some stuff. Weird horrible things yay!
In a now forgotten pantheon, there were three gods of war. They are the religion’s only remnants: three names and three swords. In this war-torn world, even they have followers. Some devout warrior s have acquired ritual blades: short blunt things, but with a deep significance. Through the invocation of divine power, these swords transform … More The Three Divine Swords
Lamp oil is made from the oil of a certain plant, a small orange-tinted ball that grows in the shadow of large trees. At first seemingly innocuous, the so-called Firebrand Flower shows its true colors during hot summers. At first, the pores on the round, cactoid body of the plant opens, allowing the oil to … More Fire Oil
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.
Here are some decently system-neutral magic items for a fantast campaign. Perhaps they have a bit of and oldschool feel, with my preference for descriptive rather than numerical effects.