How do I make my (LaTeX) document look like it was written by a Cthulhu-worshipping madman?
I should go on holiday more often. Taking a break is bringing me so many ideas for my campaigns. Bone Marshes as an island in SFI. Getting the PCs to assassinate Kennedy to prevent WW3. An UVG – VotE mashup. A clash between Woodfall and Magical Industrial Revolution in DdP². An angel-hunting raid launched from the Dead City. An Amazonian setting for Terra X with giant amoeba, ant megacortex and horned screamers hivemind.
I might have too many ongoing campaigns…
First game of the third (and last) season of my 60s espionage campaign using White Lies. The PCs brought down a Russian agent trying to defect to the west and uncovered a plot to replace the USSR's defense minister with his brainwashed twin. Off to a great start!
Also, does ursinomorph mean shaped like an urchin, or a bear? 🤔
It's a French #RPG designed to play 3 Musketeers-like swashbuckling adventures in pseudo-Renaissance France. The social combat mechanics are fun to use every time, with memorable insults and one-liners.
The homebrewed Pommeau sure helped to get into the right mood ;-).
And here is the logo that won the contest, made by another club member.
Like the previous one, it's not public domain.
Here is another proposal that lost the contest, created by a professional designer friend of mine, paid for by GMing a few games for him 😜.
I do not own this one so it's not public domain.
Here is the full version with text that I submitted to the contest.
This treasure hunt is taking shape! Each player will have a map like this one with a unique path on each ensuring they always travel two by two, but never with the same person.
The icons used are CC-BY-NC 3.0 by John Grümph. Check out his awesome stuff at http://legrumph.org/Terrier/?Chibi/De-Chorographia