With careful stitches and meticulous work, a ragdoll carefully sews back a torn limb on a panda who is crying out his troubles (girl troubles… isn’t it always a girl?) while he sips from a daintily painted teacup filled with brandy. In another room in the shoebox house she calls home, the ragdoll’s other patients wait patiently for her craft. A Mekka bulldozer, metal with chipping... [click here for more]
So, we were kicking back and having a fun night, talking about games. Because when your GM calls out for the night, that's the next best thing, right?
And somehow, we got into a pun war about bears. I know, I know-- easy target, right? Big and fluffy and why are their ears so cute?
Anyway, a certain movie based on the true story of a coked-up bear had just come out, and we started noodling... [click here for more]
The One Convo Cards are for tabletop gamers with auditory processing issues, hearing loss, or who want to make their tables accessible to everyone.
How to Use: When it’s too noisy, or there’s too much cross-talk, hold up one of these cards to let other players know it’s time to stop and get the table focused on one conversation at a time.
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This zine is a terrifying collection of scenarios and game content for use in your eldritch horror games, all lovingly illustrated to fuel your dreams and nightmares! If you like Lovecraftian fiction, horror games, and unspeakable monsters that twist reality itself, you'll love this project.
Table of Contents:
Terror in the Berkshires - System-agnostic investigative horror scenario
Arachnophobia... [click here for more]