What cool RPG books would you recommend that can be converted easily to D&D 5e? Like Veins of the Earth from Lamentations of the Flame Princess, or Book of Challenges from3e
I have absolutely no experience reading either of those two so I’m at a loss. My fiancé says there are tons of Generic Universal Role Playing System (GURPS) books out there and adds that anything written to 3rd edition would probably easily translate to 5th. I use straight up fiction as my inspiration; I would love to do a Six of Crows inspired game.
I’m going to ECCC tomorrow and getting my picture with Travis Willingham and Laura Bailey (and my fiancé) tomorrow from critical role and I’m so excited! Also going to go to a panel session including Chris Perkins (hopefully, I’ll get there early enough before it fills up). Going to be an epic Sunday funday tomorrow my friends. Anyone else going?
My last map for February is this waterfall-fed pool. It was wonderfully relaxing to draw, but now it’s ready for your bloodthirsty players. Enjoy!
My latest map is this chilly town square, ready and waiting for your next city adventure. Let me know of your best urban encounters!
Recently I’ve been channelling my Japan sightseeing into a かわいい village map! Tell me, have you adapted Japanese folklore creatures into your RPGs before? Which ones, and how did it go?
At long last, my first February map is up! Welcome to the Dwarven Hermitage, home to a glowshroom-addled dwarf and his forge of weird weapons.
I’ve been experimenting with a painterly style this week to create this Desert Oasis battle map. It’s free to download – enjoy!