Keep an eye out for the Charlatan… he’s loose.

Sometimes you’ll run into a character on the street, get some juicy tidbit of information, and be on your way, only to realize later that you were had. That might be the Charlatan. He’s a bit of a con artist, spinning rumor, magical talent, and roguish charm into whatever he needs at the time. Maybe…

Ten Strange Things and Places in Fantasy Storage

As I spent half my weekend helping my mother-in-law move her belongings out of a UPACK storage container, I was attempting to entertain myself by pondering what sorts of things or places you might find if you broke into the storage areas of various characters in fantasy literature. In no particular order, here are the…

New Little Spaces “Big Book” Smashes Writer’s Block for Game Prep

Let’s face it. As GMs, sometimes it’s hard to come up with a compelling description for every single little thing your PCs may encounter during a game session. We do the best we can during our prep time and come up with the rest on the fly at the game table. But occasionally writer’s block…

Enter to Win the Big Book of Little Spaces: Haunts!

We’re getting closer and closer to release time of theĀ Big Book of Little Spaces: Haunts. (April 30, 2014!) And I want to share the fun, so we’re having a contest! Have you purchased any of theĀ Little Spaces products from Moebius Adventures yet? If you have one (or can locate any of theĀ Little Spaces design posts…

Little Spaces Design: Gruesome Graves

As I work towards my first “big little” product in a few weeks, I’m working on filling in the spaces between what I already had. One of those spaces is graveyards. There’s something spooky about old graveyards… the markers, mausoleums, and macabre shapes are enough to give you the creeps. And somehow our PCs just…

Little Spaces Design: Abandoned Places

Our created worlds (mostly fantasy, with a smattering available in modern or futuristic settings as well) are full of strange little forgotten places. Whether it’s cans of gold coins buried during the California Gold Rush and found in someone’s back yard, a hidden shrine to some forgotten god, or a place of antiquity holding tightly…

New Reviews on GKR: The Summoner’s Circle and Warrior, Rogue, & Mage

Hi there! Iā€™ve posted another couple of reviews on Game Knight Reviews… A review of Advanced Feats: The Summoner’s Circle from Sigfried Trent and Open Design and a review of Warrior, Rogue, & Mage from Michael Wolf of Stargazer Games. The Summoner’s Circle provides a fresh take on the Summoner class in Pathfinder. By adding…

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