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Vacant Ritual Assembly #4

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Vacant Ritual Assembly is an OSR zine. Directly compatible with Lamentations of the Flame Princess, but easily adaptable to other OSR games. 22-pages of content, most of which comes straight from my weekly LotFP campaign.

Issue #4 Includes:

Fresh New Artwork from Matthew Adams, Anxious P, Sean Poppe, and Xolis.

The Abstract: The strange denizens of an occult drug den.

The Lotus Eater: A complete adventure that takes the PCs into the drugdream of Narcosa to explore the domain of a cruel lotus czar.

The Oolai Cloth-Skins and Dragon Blackhide Bastards: A guest article by Anxious P, which covers the bizarre flesh-sewing practices of the Oolai people.

Furious Gods:  A Primal Rage-inspired article describing the dinosaur godbeasts of the barbarian territories.

David McGrogan's Opium Dream: An interview with David McGrogan, author of Yoon-Suin.

 
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October 30th, 2015
http://dieheart.net/vra-zine-four/ This 22-pages-magazine is written with Lamentations of the Flame Princess in mind and thus contains weird and gothic horror stuff. I’m a subscriber of the zi [...]
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October 27th, 2015
Red Moon Medicine Show continues to impress me, issue #4 of Vacant Ritual Assembly is one of those small press fanzines that I think is essential for the table. Vacant Ritual Assembly is for the Lamentations of The Flame Princess Retroclone rpg System. [...]
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