Thursday, May 10, 2012

Two Things You Should Buy

While I'm off today for a state holiday, so the easiest post I could imagine was to point you to some great stuff done by some of my favorite fellow bloggers.

The Manor is a 'zine by Tim Shorts of Gothbridge Manor, and its got a lot of old school goodness, including random tables and a micro-adventure--plus highbrow stuff like a poetical ode to the umber hulk. It features art by Jason Sholtis and Johnathan Bingham (two more fine bloggers).  Reserve your copy today! 

Weather all gloomy in your crumbling keep by the stormy sea?  Kill that ennui with the decadent pleasure of role-playing with a gothic touch.  Jack over at the Tales of the Grotesque and Dungeonesque has created a "greatest hits" compilation of blog posts and made them available in hardcopy.  Highlights include his recent series on demi-humans and the core fear that embody in his World Between setting, rumors, spells, villians, and more.  What I love about Jack's stuff is how he manages to inject a touch of the literary in terms of mood and tone, while keeping the game-play firmly old school. Follow the links to get your hard or soft copy today.  And the pdf is free, ya cheapskates!

9 comments:

The Angry Lurker said...

Cheapskate reference is appreciated!

Tim Shorts said...

Hey Trey, thanks for the post. And will run over to Dave's place and grab his PDF. he's always got good stuff.

Johnathan Bingham said...

Just got my hardcopy of The Manor today and it is chock full of good stuff indeed! I'll have to go check out Tales of the Grotesque and Dungeonesque. Sounds like my kinda stuff!

Jack said...

Thank you so much for the shout-out!

phf said...

There seems to be a typo in the link to Jack's blog...

Trey said...

You're welcome, guys.

phf - Fixed. Thanks for catching that.

The Happy Whisk said...

Hey Trey - Thanks for doing this post. It's great to see all you OSR dudes, supporting each other.

Cheers and boogie boogie.

Trey said...

Boogie boogie to you, too.

I'd like to think we've got a relatively supportive community here, yeah. And folks doing good stuff that deserves a wider audience.

Gorgonmilk said...

The Manor looks like it will be an awesome zine.