Tuesday, July 17, 2018

GM Games Spotlight

Starter Adventures
Starter Adventures is where you learn to fight, steal, cast spells and heal.  You'll have to use your wits to figure out puzzles.  Use a sword to murderize goblins.  And crumble the undead beneath the power of your god.  Starter Adventures is targeted toward introducing a new player into RPGs.  Inside are four short adventures for each of the four main classes, a tavern to hangout in, and a full-fledged adventure when they've got enough blood encrusted on their blades. GET IT HERE. 

Stone Fields Of Azoroth 
The Stone Fields of Azoroth is a mini-sandbox for a party of experienced adventurers.  The first book contains the Village of Bad Water, settled in the Stone Fields.  The village is fully detailed and provides an endless amount of role-playing opportunities.


The Flayed King 
The Flayed King started out as Tullis Well, I had the map and in my game the Northmen use wells in their religious ceremonies.  So I started writing with this in mind and somewhere the concept of The Flayed King originated as I wrote.  I heavily borrowed from the story of Odin losing his eye to gain wisdom.  This guy didn't fair so well.  Throw in a bit of Authurian and Egyptian mythos and this is what I created.

Cave of Seiljua

Ragnar has slandered a fellow clansman, but fled before he was brought before the Thing.  The jarl orders the players to return Ragnar...alive.  The jarl believes Ragnar is hiding in an old cave within the wildlands.  A place once hunted often to thin out the horrible creatures that lived there. 

GM Games also produces the fantastic zine "The Manor", you pickup the bundle here: or the individual issues below. 

The Manor is a jammed packed, Old School zine.  Inside you'll find a stink'n old salt pit with one of my favorite creatures, a d12 table from the mischevious mind of Jason Sholtis, one of the many secrets of Rural Pennsylvania, a poetry slam by an old time blogging favorite Rusty Battle Axe, a table of random forest encounters and a boot merchant with a bad, bad past. 

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