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From Shore to Sea (Pathfinder – Golarion)

From Shore to Sea est une aventure pour niveau 6 qui se déroule au Chéliax.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Meute : en octobre, les loups sortent de leur tanière pour l’antre du lion

Vois-tu jeune loup, si le GRoG a choisi la Meute comme jeu du mois d’Octobre, c’est parce que l’équipage a reconnu un bel ouvrage qui fait honneur à nos frères loups, les Neuris.
Cela fait longtemps que nous n’avions pas lu une aussi belle histoire de Lycanthropes et eu autant envie de courir, nous aussi, en meute autour de notre mâle alpha à nous, El Presidente.
Tout d’abord, nous aimons le style d’écriture, Meute se lit bien, il est agréable et digeste et les premiers chapitres nous font rentrer peu à peu dans cet univers, très proche du nôtre, et bien ancré dans notre folklore. La meute de loups est construite collectivement : les âmes de loup se transmettent de génération en génération, et les Neuris ont une mémoire collective qui permet de vivre des aventures qui sont le reflet de l’histoire, petite ou grande.
Les Neuris sont organisés en meutes soumises à un alpha et s’organisent pour maintenir le secret sur leur existence, avec l’aide d’autres organisations comme les Luparis, qui les soutiennent mais peuvent leur demander des services dans un monde occulte, où les créatures de légende existent réellement, et peuvent être de redoutables adversaires. Même si les dangers surnaturels sont bien présents, les types de scénarios peuvent être très variés comme de maintenir le secret, de retrouver un Neuri né loin de la meute, de maintenir le statu quo entre deux meutes voisines, ou de gérer les multiples complications qui peuvent survenir sur le territoire.
Jouer un Neuri, c’est également choisir un rôle avec différents profils de loups possibles qui dictent un type de comportement au fur et à mesure que l’Esprit-loup prend le contrôle : de belles heures d’interprétation en perspective.
Au GRoG, nous aimons les univers riches, mais nous aimons aussi les livres de base qui contiennent de beaux scénarios qui introduisent bien l’univers. Meute nous propose royalement une campagne qui se déroule dans le Gevaudan et dont les nombreuses péripéties sont en écho aux terribles événements qui donnèrent naissance à la légende locale de la bête. Tout y est, la réinterprétation du mythe, et même les flashbacks qui permettent de vivre l’aventure à deux époques.
Les illustrations sont sobres et évocatrices, elles donnent un climat de mystère et de profondeur, et l’écran est de toute beauté avec un paysage sous la neige à la frontière entre le monde surnaturel et le monde des humains. C’est une frontière qu’on a envie de franchir pour rejoindre la Meute…

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : les dernières news du jeu de rôles)
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Next Generation Player Characters (The) (Star Trek Adventures)

Star Trek Adventures étant basé sur une licence fameuse, l’éditeur a pensé aux joueurs qui souhaiteraient soit rencontrer soit incarner les personnages icôniques des séries associées.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Skeleton of the Gilded Cage

A ghost ship haunts the waters out around the Charred Reef. She’s so old that all that remains is her superstructure, and the golden “cage” she carried on her deck. She appears out of the fog along Charred Reef on nights when there is no more than single ship or boat to sight her, slides along silently on the top of the water, and her disappearance back into the night always presages a violent storm.

Skeleton of the Gilded CageSkeleton of the Gilded Cage

Within the gilded cage is a potent banshee, the long dead elven sorceress who was within the cage when the ship sank who knows how long ago. The golden cage she is trapped within also changes her song – instead of wailing in eternal agony, to those outside the cage she seems to be singing a long lamentful song.

Entering the golden cage can be achieved through partially collapsed stairs that lead up a shaft from the bottom of the boat’s skeleton through a shaft in the floor of the cage, or by somehow (flying, climbing) getting to the balcony that surrounds the cage and walking in through one of the four doorways. Of course, the moment one steps within the cage, they become subject to the effects of her wailing song.

Any treasures that were once within the cage with the sorceress are long destroyed or lost by ages of frequent submersion, but a secret panel in the floor of the cage leads to a shallow chamber beneath which contains the MacGuffin.

A version of this map also appears in the Kobold Press adventure “Monkey Business” where it is set out in the oceans of flame near the City of Brass.

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The Kobold Docks

Along the western jetties and piers of the city are the Kobold Docks, a moderately large wooden pier where boats can be purchased or rented from Jotel Vuzen, a “sahuagin out of water” if you will. Jotel acts as the agent for a few shipwrights and Xughon Belpar, a pirate who acquires his trade goods in an entirely illegal manner.

The Kobold DocksThe Kobold Docks

Generally Jotel has d3+1 smaller boats at the pier, and 1d3-2 larger craft in the harbour. He also often has a few smaller stolen goods in his tent on the pier that he sells on commission for Xughon, mixed in with the various apothecary goods that his elven wife Phyehni collects and sells.

Of course, with all these goods of questionable provenance moving through this area, any time that player characters find themselves buying something here there’s the off chance that they will get caught up in some other drama involving people threatening Jotel or his clients to get their goods back (or in a real twist, these are con men trying to get something for nothing based on figuring out Jotel’s dirty dealings).

The pier is known as the kobold docks because the previous business before Jotel set up here was a small enclave of six kobolds who made wickerwork coracles used by some of the local fisherfolk. But the kobolds moved on as the fisherfolk earned more money and were able to purchase or build more sturdy boats that didn’t need regular replacement.

A version of this map also appears in the Kobold Press adventure “Monkey Business” where it is set in the City of Brass.

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the Bronze Vault

The Bronze Vault is a small, multi-level complex cut into the Jappa Slopes and connected to one of the small cavers that dot the hillsides. Once connected to a small watchtower that was built too close to the edge, getting into the complex typically means climbing to the ruins as the door between the cave and the complex is locked, barred, and now rusted shut.

The Bronze Vault The Bronze Vault

In-game, the complex fills the role of any classic “dungeon in the wilderness” setting – a place where civilization once held sway but is now home to monsters hiding in the roots of our achievements. In the grand tradition of the Moldvay Basic D&D set, this is where hobgoblins would hide their prisoners captured from the nearby town; perhaps home to a small cult that cannot worship publicly in civilized areas; or the destination for a treasure map that the party found in a previous adventure.

The Bronze Vault (no grid)The Bronze Vault (no grid)

Personally, I like the treasure map angle – making the secret chamber in section B right by the entrance the treasure room, but with the map showing how to get there from the cave entrance instead of the upper entrance.

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This map is made available to you under a free license for personal or commercial use thanks to the awesome supporters of my Patreon Campaign. Over 400 amazingly generous people have come together to fund the site and these maps, making them free for your use.

Because of the incredible generosity of my patrons, I’m able to make these maps free for commercial use also. Each month while funding is over the $300 mark, each map that achieves the $300+ funding level will be released under this free commercial license. You can use, reuse, remix and/or modify the maps that are being published under this commercial license on a royalty-free basis as long as they include attribution (“Cartography by Dyson Logos” or “Maps by Dyson Logos”). For those that want/need a Creative Commons license, it would look something like this:

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Leagues of Cthulhu (Leagues of Adventure)

Leagues of Cthulhu est un supplément déclinant le genre horrifique abordé dans Leagues of Gothic Horror au mythe lovecraftien, déjà abordé dans divers jeux au premier rang desquels l’Appel de Cthulhu.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Spending your Gold Pieces!

In a lot of D&D 5e discussions, you run into people complaining about not having anything to spend their gold on if there are no magic item shops. I wrote up this list and add new items to it every time I post it to social media.

Remember that until 3e, there were no magic item shops and there was even MORE gold since in 1e and prior editions gold was basically the only source of XP. So if you had 40,000 XP, odds are you had at least 36,000 gp.

It’s not a weakness, it is part of the design of the game.

Other things to do with your gold:

  • Purchase expensive cheeses
  • Purchase expensive wines to drink with said cheeses
  • Hire someone to figure out why all your clothes aren’t already ermine-trimmed
  • Hire someone else to correct the problem
  • Hire minstrels to travel the land telling tales of your exploits
  • Get books written about your exploits
  • Jewel-Encrusted Ear Hair Plucker
  • Send money home to the husband and kids
  • Build a shrine to your favourite deity
  • Build a shrine to your second favourite deity
  • Build a temple to the pantheon of your favourite deities around these shrines
  • When it turns out these deities aren’t part of the same pantheon, fund an entirely new church that claims otherwise. You can even name the heresy after your character!
  • Acquire a taste for imported fish eggs
  • Experiment with strange and foreign narcotics
  • Establish an espionage agency
  • Hire mercenaries and send them on vacation
  • Get involved in local politics
  • Get involved in regional politics
  • Get involved in national politics
  • Get involved in international politics
  • Get involved in transdimensional politics
  • Run for president of Mechanus
  • Purchase a distillery and then hire away the best distillers from their existing employers to take over as the source of elite spirits.
  • Hire a team of exorcists to make sure everything you own, buy, touch or look at is not controlled by evil spirits.
  • Buy wedding presents.
  • Buy birthday gifts.
  • Pay the dowry on your child’s wedding.
  • Buy a boat.
  • Buy a fleet.
  • Man that fleet.
  • Send them off to explore.
  • Invest in local business.
  • Bribe the king.
  • Hire an assassin to take care of that person that insulted you at level 1.
  • Invest in high grade halfling pipeweed
  • Smoke your investment – trust me, totally worth it.
  • Grind up gold into powder and then see if it gets dwarves high when they snort it.
  • Establish trade routes with nearby cities.
  • Establish trade routes with distant cities.
  • Establish trade routes with nearby planets.
  • Establish trade routes with the outer planes.
  • Tithe to the church you claim to worship at, the cult you actually worship at, the local baron, the king, and your guild (there goes 50% of everything)
  • Get married.
  • Get divorced.
  • Have children.
  • Establish a network of informants.
  • Solve homelessness in your city.
  • Feed the poor.
  • Feed the rich.
  • Build a mansion with a massive banquet hall and ballroom.
  • Host grand balls with all the most elite families invited.
  • Host great banquets with all the movers and shakers invited.
  • Hire watchmen to make long rests safer.
  • Hire rangers to hunt while you travel so you don’t have to bring rations.
  • Hire a wagon train to carry rations for those rangers and watchmen.
  • Buy nicer furniture for your home.
  • Hire the weird architect that draws really messed up designs, and give him a huge budget to actually make them real.
  • Hire a team of scribes to follow the weird homeless guy around writing down everything he says.
  • Buy yourself a title (this takes a lot of money, since you basically have to make yourself be the “right kind of person” to get a title, and then likely bribe all the people above you to get it).
  • Hire sages in every major field so when an adventure hook lands on your lap you can spend money hand over fist to learn more about it.
  • Buy art.
  • Commission art.
  • Get a life-sized statue of yourself made of solid gold (that’s 1,500 pounds of gold… that’s a LOT of gold pieces).
  • Get a larger-than-life-sized statue made of yourself in solid gold.
  • Platinum cutlery
  • Gem-encrusted platinum cutlery
  • Buy the cricket in the silver cage that the seller claims was caught on the moon and can tell your future.
  • Set up a crazy wizard in a tower for you to consult on an as-needed basis.
  • Start a gladitorial stable and get involved in the local gladitorial combat scene at the management / owner level.
  • Ivory playing cards
  • Has no one named a town after your character yet? FIX THAT IMMEDIATELY, make your own town! With blackjack and hookers!
  • Assemble incredibly ornate and overly-detailed “kits” for various things. Like your silver-plated vampire-hunting kit in an expensive wooden case that contains a set of stakes made of pungent foreign woods, a hand-crossbow with six different holy symbols on it, a variety of garlic-delivery devices, holy water in expensive bottles, etc.
  • Equip an expedition to find the centre of the planet.
  • Hire dwarves to construct a massive dungeon complex for you to import monsters into.
  • Get involved in horse-racing.
  • Become a respected horse-breeder.
  • Collect a stable of well-bred horses.
  • Hire jockeys and race your stable of horses.
  • When you are bored of your horses, invest in a glue factory.
  • Experiment with exotic perfumes made from monster parts.
  • Flood the healing potion market with cheap knock-offs (guaranteed not to kill you, or your money back!).
  • Hire a team to go into every town before you and equip the town with gold-plated spitoons for your convenience.
  • Outsource the protection of the local forest to high-priced elven mercenary druids.
  • Life insurance in the form of pre-purchased resurrection spells & components.
  • Be the “cool aunt” or “cool uncle” and blow a few grand on each niece or nephew’s birthday.
  • Create a new school of wizardry.
  • Build Hogwarts.
  • Hire a team of gnomes to try to figure out the mechanics behind a man-portable fire-blasting gattling-crossbow
  • Go dragon-turtle hunting.
  • Invest in the dragon-bellies market.
  • Build a flying dragon-turtle-shell boat with ballista turrets.
  • Hire sages, magi, and engineers to explore the option of “nuking the site from orbit”.
  • Commission statues of your adventuring companions in heroic poses.
  • Pay to have all your enemies stuffed and mounted after killing them.
  • Hire monster hunters to increase the size of your stuffed monster collection.
  • Invest in the lead-into-gold alchemy “business”.
  • Make sure your spellbooks have dragon-leather covers, pages of the rarest fine leathers, and ink made of gold and celestial blood.
  • Make a warhammer with a 15 pound solid emerald head.
  • Build the tallest tower in the world.
  • Have masterpieces painted on all your armour.
  • Establish a huge network of mirror-towers to transmit information around the world.
  • Hire shipbuilders and a madman to build the largest ship ever.
  • With sails made of dragon wings.
  • Lashed to a score of water elementals to pull it.
  • Hire a tutor.
  • Hire translators.
  • Learn an exotic language and stop speaking common, instead having your translation team to translate to common, dwarven, etc for you.
  • Get your adventure maps drawn by the renowned cartographer Dyson Logos.
  • Fletch your arrows with phoenix feathers.
  • Hire engineers and try to make every trap from the Grimtooth’s Traps series.
  • Raise an army.
  • Raise a second army.
  • Build a nice vantage point from which to watch your armies clash.
  • Hire a third super-secret army to swoop in and crush the remaining forces.
  • Hire seven soothsayers to examine and interpret your dreams.
  • Buy only the best poisons to feed to the soothsayers who fail to properly interpret your dreams.
  • Pay for the most grandiose funerals for the failed soothsayers so everyone knows how seriously you take this stuff.
  • Bribe the right people to have your horse knighted.
  • Collect the instruments of long-dead famous bards.
  • Buy an inn at every town on the map (or have one built) so you always have a place to stay where they know your name.
  • Griffon-Egg Omelettes.
  • Wereboar Bacon.
  • Mithril chainmail for your pets.
  • Diamond-encrusted cockatiels.
  • Finest marble stables for your horses.
  • Finest marble statues of your horses to go in those stables.
  • Purchase a set of ever-grander mausoleums to eventually bury your worldly remains.
  • Once the biggest mausoleum is done, put smaller ones inside it. Matryoshka Mausoleums!
  • Fund that crazy guy who is building a volcano lair – you know he’ll be a good adventure seed later on!
  • Fund a death cult. This is one that takes care of itself when you get bored.
  • Build a legacy in the form of a travelling halfling circus.
  • Hire someone who’s job it is to hire the exact someone you need.
  • Set up effective counter-espionage to deal with John Creed’s spy network.
  • Try gold-plating your enemies.
  • Hire a team to bring your gold-plated enemies back home and have them jewel-encrusted.
  • Feed your new best friend, the Xorn you adopted in the Elemental Plane of Earth.
  • Start collecting “freaks and oddities” to accompany you and show off just how perfect you are.
  • The material components for “Summon the World Emperor” is a billion gp. There’s no ritual, just have a billion gold and the World Emperor is pretty much certain to show up to claim it.
  • Have a lovely palanquin built so you don’t have to get your very expensive shoes dirty.
  • Buy exotic slaves to carry that palanquin.
  • Start minting coins with your face on them. Sell them at reduced prices to get them into circulation.

Some artwork copyright William McAusland, used with permission

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Release the Kraken on Mad Fenrick’s Manor!

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It is time, once again, to delve into the back catalog of maps here on the Dodecahedron and pull out two more to be re-released under the free commercial use license thanks to the amazing support of our Patreon backers. Mad Fenrick’s Manor and Basement were released in April and May of 2014 and are back!

Mad Fenrick's ManorMad Fenrick’s Manor

A few miles from the nearest outposts of civilization, just over those hills to the west of here, are the old estates of the Trent family. Sitting almost smugly on a hill in the midst of overgrown hedge mazes and fallow fields is the manor of “Mad” Fenrick Trent. Sure the first parts of the structure were initially built by his grandfather, and the last Trents to live in it were his great-grandchildren, but Mad Fenrick is the Trent who put the most work into the half-fortified squat monstrosity.

Of course, a massive cobbled together and defensively structured manor like Mad Fenrick’s Manor doesn’t stop with just the main level and a few towers. In the main courtyard of the manor is a set of stairs that originally lead to the Trent family crypt, but that now connects to a small dungeon (as well as Mad Fenrick’s Root Cellar, Mad Fenrick’s Family Crypt, Mad Fenrick’s U-Store-It, and Mad Fenrick’s Large Rodent Repository, of course).

Mad Fenrick's BasementMad Fenrick’s Basement

With the manor grounds now abandoned, who knows the sorts of things that crawl about beneath the old manor house. Whatever they are, they are probably very lonely and would love to play with any visitors.

And to be true to the originals, I’ve included versions without a grid:

Mad Fenrick's Manor (no grid)Mad Fenrick’s Manor (no grid)

Mad Fenrick's Basement (no grid)

Mad Fenrick’s Basement (no grid)

It would, of course, be absolute foolishness to claim that these maps weren’t in turn inspired by the classic Tegel Manor adventure which I first encountered as a player and that has haunted my games ever since.

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This map is made available to you under a free license for personal or commercial use under the “RELEASE THE KRAKEN” initiative thanks to the awesome supporters of my Patreon Campaign. Over 400 awesome patrons have come together to fund the site and these maps, making them free for your use.

Because of the incredible generosity of my patrons, I’m able to make this map free for commercial use also. Each month while funding is over the $400 mark, we choose a map from the blog’s extensive back catalog to retroactively release under this free commercial license. You can use, reuse, remix and/or modify the maps that are being published under the commercial license on a royalty-free basis as long as they include attribution (“Cartography by Dyson Logos” or “Maps by Dyson Logos”). For those that want/need a Creative Commons license, it would look something like this:

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The Caves of Chaos – Dyson Logos Edition!

I’ve been posting the individual Caves of Chaos redrawn in my style (Caves A-F) (Caves G-K) – so this was pretty much inevitable. Here they are all collected into a single massive map. This was done at 1200 dpi at ledger size (11 x 17 inches) so you can print it out, fold it in half, and slip it into your module (probably between the cover and the module proper).

Each of these files is roughly 6 megs, far larger than most of the maps posted to the blog. Click on them to get to the full-sized 1200 dpi version.

The Caves of Chaos - AssembledThe Caves of Chaos – Assembled

Originally I made this just as an accessory to go with the original map and adventure. Something a little more clear to my eyes without the contour lines, trees, numbers, and in black instead of blue because I’m an old man and my eyes just don’t like the low-contrast blue. I also didn’t include pit traps, so the maps could be used by those who want them on the table.

The Caves of Chaos - NumberedThe Caves of Chaos – Numbered

But for ease of use, I realized that the room numbers could come in handy. So I made a numbered version to help those DMs who want it. And then, because I know I’m in the minority in my hatred of the blue maps… I finally broke down and made a blue one for y’all.

The Caves of Chaos - BlueThe Caves of Chaos – Blue

So enjoy your adventures through the Caves of Chaos. I’ve been going there regularly since 1979.

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Fear my delicious undead unagi!

Drew this map during tonight’s D&D game (player map, so not 100% accurate to the DMs map).

We had decided to take over this little island fortress of dwarven design as a safe place to sleep because it had been a long (and painful) day of adventure so far. Of course, such a nice little fortification already had someone squatting in it (we call the lizard person Zuul, because it has mastered the use of keys and had every bloody door in the place locked)…

When it told us to leave, and had zero interest in letting us crash there for the night, it turned into a home invasion and we sent them packing (unhurt!) into the night.

The highlight though, was going into the fish storage room and animating the smoked eels with an animate dead spell. Zombie smoked eels were then tasked to guard the water entrance to the fortifications and keep Zuul away while we slept.

Because really, who expects to be attacked by delicious smoked undead unagi, right?

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Guide d’Initiation (Star Trek Adventures)

Le Kit de démo du jeu Star Trek Adventures propose, après la couverture et les crédits, une version résumée des règles, un scénario et une demi-douzaine de personnages prétirés à utiliser pour le jouer.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Star Trek Adventures

Arkhane Asylum PublishingStar Trek Adventures. Partants pour une randonnée dans les étoiles dans la langue de Jean-Luc Picard ?

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : les dernières news du jeu de rôles)
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Star Trek Adventures (Star Trek Adventures)

Après trois pages pour les crédits, le sommaire, et une illustration pleine page, une Introduction (8 pages) présente le jeu, le matériel nécessaire, et un extrait d’exemple de partie.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Black Ichor of the Iron Obelisk

The Iron Obelisk weeps in near silence – the pools of ichor growing around it, fed by its melancholy nature. The ichors seep down and flow where underground waters should, tainting the darkness with the ennui and melancholy of the pillar of iron. Slow grinding noises are heard nearby, as if the world is changing itself – pulling away as far is it can from the source of this ichor. The wound where the Iron Obelisk sits has grown forming a cave nearly 200 feet across where the world tries to isolate the rusted spike within it.

Black Ichor of the Iron ObeliskBlack Ichor of the Iron Obelisk

The Iron Obelisk has many powerful uses. Flakes of rust taken from the area around it and ground to dust make sleep spells incredibly more potent, whereas rust taken from the Obelisk itself can be used to counter most forms of mind control and charms. Bits of iron taken along with this rust can be worked into somber weapons and armour that spread their melancholic nature to their bearers, but also to their foes.

But those who touch the iron obelisk itself or the black ichor are cursed with the yearning sadness of the device. They will seek out places underground where the ichor can be found, and while the ichor does nothing to sate or alleviate the sadness, it calls to the cursed and bathing in it will indeed remove any other curses or diseases the target is afflicted with.

In fact, when adventuring underground, those cursed by the obelisk or the ichor will often find themselves in proximity with the ichor – even if it shouldn’t be there. There is a 25% chance that any adventure leading them underground will lead them to the black ichor in some way. It will replace water in dungeons and adventures, and will seem ominously ever-present until the curse is broken.

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This map is made available to you under a free license for personal or commercial use thanks to the awesome supporters of my Patreon Campaign. Over 400 amazingly generous people have come together to fund the site and these maps, making them free for your use.

Because of the incredible generosity of my patrons, I’m able to make these maps free for commercial use also. Each month while funding is over the $300 mark, each map that achieves the $300+ funding level will be released under this free commercial license. You can use, reuse, remix and/or modify the maps that are being published under this commercial license on a royalty-free basis as long as they include attribution (“Cartography by Dyson Logos” or “Maps by Dyson Logos”). For those that want/need a Creative Commons license, it would look something like this:

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under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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5/5 – Tschaï (Dungeon World)

Tschaï est un hack français de Dungeon World destiné à vivre des aventures sur la planète éponyme que Jack Vance a inventée comme cadre de 4 romans qui n’ont pas vieilli d’un poil.

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Histoires de Hobbits (Anneau Unique (L’))

Histoires de Hobbits, comme on les raconte à l’Auberge du Dragon Vert est un jeu narratif indépendant de la gamme l’Anneau Unique. Dans ce jeu, chaque joueur tiendra, à tour de rôle, la place de conteur pendant que les autres seront les trouble-fêtes. Le premier devra raconter un récit partant d’une carte Aventure choisie parmi deux tirées au hasard, l’autre servant d’épilogue n’étant révélée aux trouble-fêtes qu’à la fin de la partie. À chaque tour, le conteur devra faire avancer son histoire et chercher à intégrer les cartes Aventures qu’il a en main. Les trouble-fêtes, quant à eux, apporteront des difficultés en amenant des dangers et autres créatures malveillantes au travers de cartes de Périls….

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : le jeu de rôle, l’univers, et le reste…)
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Précommande Knight 1.5

Avec la fin des éditions Orygins, l’on aurait pu craindre que la gamme Knight ne sombre dans l’oubli. Mais c’était sans compter la motivation de ses auteurs et de ses fans qui ne voulaient en rester là…
Une nouvelle mouture du livre de base de Knight, Au Coeur des Ténèbres va tenter de voir le jour. En effet, une édition révisée du livre de base, dite 1.5, est en précommande.
Knight, sortie en 2015, avait eu un financement participatif ayant permis à la gamme de se lancer. Depuis, la gamme a pu s’étoffer avec un livre de base, 3 suppléments (contexte, scénario etc), un nouvel écran (rupture du premier écran) et pas moins de 7 Codex gratuits, écrits par les auteurs.
Pour continuer l’aventure, les auteurs de Knight ont décidé de s’associer et s’investir avec les éditions Antre Monde (les Cycles d’Aïag, en précommande début 2019), afin de proposer :

  • Une réédition du livre de base (en rupture de stock) incluant les erratas et clarifications de certains points de règles, et bénéficiant d’une refonte graphique. Cette version 1.5 conservera sa couverture rigide et y gagnera une vingtaine de page pour aller jusqu’à 256 pages.
  • La publication de la campagne officielle (fin 2018), qui viendra clôturer l’univers de Knight (mais avec quelques subtilités).

Pour précommander le livre de base 1.5 : https://antre-monde.com/

Objectif pour déclencher l’impression : 250 précommandes.
Prix : 49€ (hors fdp), et une offre boutique à 150€ pour 5 exemplaires.
Pour en savoir plus :

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : les dernières news du jeu de rôles)

Knight 1.5

Avec la fin des éditions Orygins, l’on aurait pu craindre que la gamme Knight ne sombre dans l’oubli. Mais c’était sans compter la motivation de ses auteurs et de ses fans qui ne voulaient en rester là…
Une nouvelle mouture du livre de base de Knight, Au Coeur des Ténèbres va tenter de voir le jour. En effet, une édition révisée du livre de base, dite 1.5, est en précommande.
Knight, sortie en 2015, avait eu un financement participatif ayant permis à la gamme de se lancer. Depuis, la gamme a pu s’étoffer avec un livre de base, 3 suppléments (contexte, scénario etc), un nouvel écran (rupture du premier écran) et pas moins de 7 Codex gratuits, écrits par les auteurs.
Pour continuer l’aventure, les auteurs de Knight ont décidé de s’associer et s’investir avec les éditions Antre Monde (les Cycles d’Aïag, en précommande début 2019), afin de proposer :

  • Une réédition du livre de base (en rupture de stock) incluant les erratas et clarifications de certains points de règles, et bénéficiant d’une refonte graphique. Cette version 1.5 conservera sa couverture rigide et y gagnera une vingtaine de page pour aller jusqu’à 256 pages.
  • La publication de la campagne officielle (fin 2018), qui viendra clôturer l’univers de Knight (mais avec quelques subtilités).

Pour précommander le livre de base 1.5 : https://antre-monde.com/

Objectif pour déclencher l’impression : 250 précommandes.
Prix : 49€ (hors fdp), et une offre boutique à 150€ pour 5 exemplaires.
Pour en savoir plus :

(Source: Guide du Rôliste Galactique : les dernières news du jeu de rôles)

Orcs in the Deal of the Day!

The Deal of the Day over on RPGnow / DriveThruRPG is none other than our second 5e fantasy adventure, Orcs in Tarodun’s Tomb! That means that for today only you can get a copy of this adventure by the award-winning Kiel Chenier for 50% off (a mere $2.50 USD!)

Orcs are the deal of the day!

This adventure is so new that I don’t even have any reviews for it yet. In fact, I might just have to run out, give some random gamer in the street a few dollars just to get a quote like

“This adventure is the best campaign starter I’ve played to date! It changed -everything- about how I picture Orcs!”

and

“The tricks and puzzles in ‘Orcs’ are fresh and fun, and manage to be intriguing without getting frustrating!”

But we just don’t have time for that because it is the Deal of the Day RIGHT NOW, so we need to make this post live to tell you all about it!

Orcs in Tarodun’s Tomb @ RPGnow

(Source: Dyson’s Dodecahedron)
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