"E Is for Eccentricity". John Leighton, 19th Century. I recently started a new campaign of Electric Bastionland with friends. This is a sort of "science fantasy" game with OSR roots, though mostly unrecognizable from the Original D&D from which it ultimately started. More precisely, EB represents the latest iteration of Chris McDowall's game "Into the … Continue reading Into the Bastionland
In the penultimate session of the campaign, the hunters learn more about the approaching great evil - and their own connections to her.
In this week's session, we wrap up the mystery started the previous week and in fact an entire arc within the game. Plus, a beach scene!
Finally, the crew can catch their breath a little and process everything that's happening. But what they discover might concern them even more.
Troika! is a science fantasy OSR game with some really cool ideas in it. Several of them you could pull out and put in your own game even if you don't play Troika! per se. Here are four of them.
Nightmares and visions lead to a violent confrontation in a dark forest. Occult tomes, mysterious witches, and plenty of mimosas for everyone!