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Everything in this post would apply equally to a Wind in the Willows-based adventure...

https://angrystaffofficer.com/2017/02/20/warfighter-toad-hall/
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Also, has g+ gone entirely new-style while I was gone? FUCK
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This theory on the purpose of bog bodies has found little favour with archaeologists. But fuck 'em.
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I wanna run a game for this party: https://twitter.com/womensart1/status/803291766837407749. Kid feminist streetfighting in 70s Sunderland. Campaign big bad is a figure known only as The Iron Lady.
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Some more on architecture, and purple prose, and Chirica (where my players have elected to go next).
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One of the most D&Dable books I have ever encountered: Geoff Manaugh's A Burglar's Guide to the City. Use it wisely, and guard it from your players.
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Apparently the Colosseum - one of the world's best pre-packaged dungeons - is also famous for the suspiciously wide range of plant life that grew there. and for a very D&Dable reason. Read on...
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In Chirica even the mild, respectable bourgeoisie are rather creepy.
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Once again, the Medici have outsmarted and outplanned you, from the very grave...
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This is a gnargily delightful reminder of the almost incomprehensible value placed on books before printing: http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/protect-your-library-the-medieval-way-with-horrifying-book-curses?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=history - and thereby a nice excuse to repost this very thing wot I wrote on that subject: http://stasisengine.blogspot.co.uk/2016/07/too-many-books.html
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