June 6, 2015

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When life in the great ruined city became overbearingly hostile, some survivors crawled into the the darkness below. It turns out that things are tough all over, and life isn't greener on the other side of the asphalt.

 

The underwellers are driven to the surface, and...

May 29, 2015

I have added a sketches page, in a dropdown under "Projects". These are roughs that, for the most part, have not been turned into a finished drawing or card. Some times I work direcly on the card template, and burn out a card idea, but other times I just don't have tha...

May 28, 2015

"Lair of the Winter Wyrm" by Greyface

 

One thing I love about this OPD is the use of betrayal throughout. The first betrayal is evident (at least to the game master) when we learn the letter that Princess Nisal is delivering to a dragon states that she is to be sacrific...

May 27, 2015

"The Lair of Putzuputzu" by Gabriel Pickard and Alex Morgan


One thing I love about this OPD is that it is an elaborate and deadly game of mini-golf (or put-put golf depending on where you live).  I didn't realize this at first, but by the end I was having a full on "Ke...

May 27, 2015

"The Mad Gnome and the Earthquake Machine" by David Dolph


One thing I love about this OPD, aside from the puzzles and tile clues to help at the very end, is the premise itself. I really dig the idea of an insane architect whose creations were secretly death traps that...

May 27, 2015

"The Scepter of Yolacha" by David Dudka


One thing I love about this OPD is the amount of new content Dudka created in the process of making it. I count four new "statted out" monsters (saber worms, clawtail rats, trogers, and guwls) as well as "Dimmer" (a +2 shortsword...

May 27, 2015

"Conspiracies and Capers" by Dustin Andrews


One thing I love about this, um OPD?, is that it serves as an all in one resource for tracking down a mastermind or villain, and linking them to a series of crimes. While this is technically not a One Page Dungeon, it is cert...