Just as important as Languard’s physical layout is its population. Last week, I shared a first look at Languard’s map. This week, I’m diving into its population.
Standing on a dingy side street, a stylised sign of an oversized scythe cutting through an ankle spurting a ridiculous amount of blood marks this semi-reputable establishment. Run by its one-legged owner Arvo Outila (N old male human expert 2) this inn has operated under its current name since he purchased it 15 years ago after a horrendous accident on his farm. It doesn’t offer food or accommodation. This is a place to drink (often heavily) and listen to music.
I recently received this illustration from Justin D. Russell for a Raging Swan Press project. Sadly, the project has since slipped off the schedule (hopefully it will be back soon). In any event, I think Justin’s picture is pretty awesome!
What do you think?
As you may know earlier this year, Raging Swan Press published the Gloamhold Campaign Guide. The book has been well received, but there is something missing.
At the end of last week’s session, we left our heroes in the midst of a terrible battle with a demonic beast.
I was complimented the other day on my success with Raging Swan Press. Being English, I immediately thanked the person. Later, though, I wondered, “Have I succeeded? Is Raging Swan Press actually a success?”
A couple of weeks ago, I discovered Linea–a new drawing app for the iPad Pro. My mapping skills are sadly lacking, but I’m very much enjoying making them better.
Behold, my latest attempt!
If you want to use it in your home game, feel free to right click on the image above. I hope you find it useful.
At the end of last session, we left our heroes resting after defeating a monstrous octopus. Although they had recovered some potent magic treasures, the rest of the underground’s levels of the abbey yet needed clearing of demonic infestation.