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Issue #1 of Hypergraphia - a digital fanzine of weird and horror gaming - is available now on DriveThruRPG. In this issue we look at the many ways that language, writing, and books can be used in your horror games. We bring you a plethora of NPCs, artefacts, and scenario seeds about writing, words, iconography, and occult tomes to jumpstart your own scenarios or inject linguistic concepts into an existing story you're telling. Including A Remembrance of Things Past, a short Call of Cthulhu 7th edition scenario by Sean Murphy, wherein your players will discover that language really is a virus. With contributions from members of the Miskatonic University Podcast, Skype of Cthulhu, Weird Works, and Squamous Studios, our first 58-page digital issue can be purchased for the low price of $2.99 on DriveThruRPG now!
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/258612/Hypergraphia-Magazine-Issue-1

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In honor of +Guillaume Tavernier's ART of De Architecturart Kickstarter, I'm making The Ruined Kingdom, an adventure for both The Black Hack and White Box (in the style of James M Spahn's White Star) available for $2.50. That's 75% off from the original price.

Guillaume did two maps for The Ruined Kingdom, including the Traitor's Laboratory dungeon. It was such a privilege and honor to get to work with him. Guillaume puts out these awesome maps, many of which you can find posted by him for free online. Every one of them has all sorts of hidden details and surprises.

Now Guillaume is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the English version of his map books. Fantastic value for all you get. Please check out and support.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/221738/The-Ruined-Kingdom?affiliate_id=319435
The Ruined Kingdom
The Ruined Kingdom
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Rebuking and turning undead that still cling to a semblance of life is pretty much a fantasy RPG staple. It’s been part of Dungeons and Dragons since nearly the beginning – I believe Arneson added it as a foil to “Sir Fang,” and Gygax fiddled with it or…
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Today’s World at War Week Pick looks back on the Great War through the eyes of the Weird War concept that drives many of Pinnacle’s products. Actually, the more I think on it, the more I realize how many products that deal with real wartime topics also…

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Another Question:

I appreciate the recent help with modifying the Lizardfolk to suit my campaign. That got me thinking about House Rules. I was curious what House Rules (if any) folks tend to use.

I took a look at the 13A Reddit and the (now closed) Pelgrane forums. I used those to cobble together a few rules (linked below). I would love any feedback on those and any suggestions for rules you use at your table.

Thanks in advance for any and all help!
The Homebrewery - NaturalCrit
The Homebrewery - NaturalCrit
homebrewery.naturalcrit.com

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Can you define your 2018 gaming in a single word? If so, what would it be?

https://vengersatanis.blogspot.com/2018/11/describe-your-2018-roleplaying-in-word.html

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A handy guide for merchants who deal in all sorts of things, from weapons and armor, to the comforts of the trail, to dark and deadly items ranging from cursed weapons to deadly poisons!

https://www.rpgnow.com/product/258146/100-Merchants-to-Encounter?affiliate_id=688223

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Occult Philosophy Kickstarter Campaign is now live!

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Thought I’d share. I’d been doing a ton of research for understanding 1920s Boston and found myself falling in love with the decade before. I suspect I’m probably one of the few people to have read the Boston Transit Commission Chief Engineer’s Annual Reports in ages. But knowing where the Dorchester tunnel was at any given time is handy for knowing where their digging might unearth something unnatural...
Writing up my ideas for a 1910s Call of Cthulhu campaign.
Introducing Cthulhu Boston: 1914
Introducing Cthulhu Boston: 1914
19thlevel.blogspot.com

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GameHole Con trip report!
GameHole Con 2018 – Con Report Well, I survived! This was the first convention that I’d attended since my journey to GenCon 2017, as part of my first foray as being part of the con as Gaming Ballistic, LLC. I was, more importantly it turned out, also…
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