Welcome to Salthaven!4>
The beginning of a coastal adventuring hub
I'm a huge fan of coastal and maritime settings. Curse of the Emerald Sea and Pastel Paradise are proof of that. Those were both pretty much experimental. The former's hex tile system was based on Undying Sands by Games Omnivorous and the latter was my first try at making something for Troi...
A vacation sphere for Troika!
After two long pandemic years I wanted something that wasn't so dark and serious. At first I set out to make a pirate setting or adventure, maybe a treasure island. But what I ended up with was this. Pastel Paradise is a vacation sphere for Troika, a place to go and relax between adventures and sp...
Next Project: Stygian Library/Knave Hack4>
Initial ideas for my next game
I absolutely adore Emmy Allen's The Stygian Library and The Gardens of Ynn. I think it's safe to say that the former is my favorite tabletop RPG book of this year. Make sure to buy the physical copy if you get the chance. You won't regret it!
I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that it would be...
Curse of the Emerald Sea4>
I published a swashbuckling sandbox setting for Knave
It's been a while since I've been active here, but that's about to change. I have a couple of interesting posts coming up but figured I'd start with this sandbox setting I made for Knave.
Curse of the Emerald Sea is the culmination of a game I played with my game group earlier this year. It star...
Review: The Soul of Adventure: Islands of the Meencan Seas4>
A new but completely unknown RPG
I stumbled over this book written by Robert Bird while browsing for odd RPG's to try out. I liked the cover and considered buying it, but I couldn't find any reviews at all. I asked reddit with no results, so I decided to buy it anyway because I liked the cover and my curiosity got the better...