Category Archives: Content Corner

Content Corner: Icon of the Week

Another icon to (hopefully) whet the appetite for adventures in the Havenscoast, this one a powerful and ruthless pirate lord with some dark and dangerous secrets. Certainly when I started my 13th Age Campaign ‘Eyes of Watch’, this icon attracted … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Icon of the Week

Today I hit 10,000 words out my 50k target, yay!! In celebration I thought I’d share another Icon write-up. In fact, I’m going to try and share one every week, hence the post title 🙂 This time it’s the Circle … Continue reading

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Content Corner: The Havenscoast Project

A long time ago, I started ‘The Havenscoast Project‘, an attempt to bring my ancient game-notes from the ’80s forward into ‘modern’ D&D terms, and to publish them on this blog. At the time, I was using 4E D&D. Although I … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Targrin ‘Shadowblade’

As promised, here is my first 13th Age character, a half-orc fighter created to match the character portrait I created for the February Annual Challenge. Several key things that need to be created for a 13th Age character are: a … Continue reading

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2013: Onwards!! Aspirations for the New Year…

Well a Happy New Year to all; we seem to have decided there is still life after the Mayan calendar, which is good to know, as it means more gaming time! 🙂 Anyway, as I mentioned in my last post, … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Havenscoast Locales

It’s been a slow couple of months on the blog front – a combination of work and summer holidays to blame – things just haven’t been progressing as I’d like! The ‘Havenscoast Project‘ is one such example; the last time … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Rats Below

Earlier this month I posted an iBook publication of a short delve in my RPG Tech Talk column. This was an example of using a new Apple application to create richly formatted publication for viewing on an iPad! Of course, … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Spider Fey

Recently in the 4E campaign I’m running for my kids, the party had a little detour to the Feywild, to rescue a unicorn foal from some evil fey brigands. When designing the short adventure, I was casting around for a … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Havenscoast Overview

Back in the day, the D&D products I used to like more than any other were ‘Gazetteer’ style guides, like the original Greyhawk and Forgotten Realms products. I used to peruse these voraciously. Strangely, I seldom ran adventures using these products, … Continue reading

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Content Corner: Buying a Horse …

As promised in my post ‘Taking Stock…‘, on New Year’s Eve just gone, I’m starting several monthly columns as a way of challenging myself to achieve a regular, albeit light by the standards of many of the great bloggers out there. … Continue reading

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