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David Northcutt
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I put together some character sheets for Into the Odd so wanted to share. Feel free to use them if they suit your game.

http://bootshighandsoft.blogspot.com/2018/11/into-odd-character-sheets.html
Into the Odd Character Sheets
Into the Odd Character Sheets
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I made some character sheets for Into the Odd. If they fit the style of your game please use them!
Into the Odd Character Sheets
Into the Odd Character Sheets
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Mayhem at the Meadery! I put together a short adventure for Umerican Survival Guide and thought I'd share. It's a free two or three hour romp designed to be dropped into a campaign without much prep. Just a quickie but could provide an evening of post-apocalyptic fun.

http://bootshighandsoft.blogspot.com/2018/07/mayhem-at-meadery.html

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The Lemurians are a race of primate humanoids who dwell deep in the redwood forests. From a high tree house perch, they brew a rare and valuable liquor known as Space Mead, which is said to have magical properties. The PCs have been dispatched by their elder to journey into the forest and trade a wagon of tastyfroot for five containers of the concoction. It should be a simple operation, but there are rumors that a band of bloodthirsty scavengers known as Berzergrrs have been seen in the area - the players would be wise to stay on their guard!
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Mayhem at the Meadery! I've written a short adventure for Umerican Survival Guide - it's a free two or three hour adventure designed to be dropped into a campaign without much prep. It even has art! My amazingly talented daughter Zoe provided the title image - hope you enjoy!
Mayhem at the Meadery!
Mayhem at the Meadery!
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I totally want to play a character named Rune Diggler.
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Good article by Justin Alexander about running games in established settings. I've always been a bit worried about "getting it right" or "doing it justice" - so this is some good advice.
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I created a series of tables that I could use to describe swords. Not magical swords (although this tool could certainly be used for that, maybe with a modifier to rolls to yield more extreme results) -- just cool swords that players will hopefully fight over. At some point soon, I'll probably create a .pdf of it to make it easier to print and use (which I'll add to the post).
Weapon Details: Swords & Daggers
Weapon Details: Swords & Daggers
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A write-up I did full of ominous signs and symbols that could be added to any adventure to build a sense of dread. When the players get too comfortable, turn the lights down low and throw one of these at 'em.
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