Sunday, April 29, 2012

It Just Gets More Weird: Updates to the Index

I've added a few more entries to the Weird Adventures Index page for your edification and enjoyment.  First off, a couple of interesting characters of the sort the City frequently produces: the paladin of the working poor, Joan Darkling, and the oozing, accidental crime lord, Waxy Moldoon.

In the monster section, the formians are staging a very efficient and quiet invasion. A couple of para-elementals are a bit more likely to get noticed: petro-elementals rise from oil wells and mephiti menace Char Hill, a town atop a coal seam fire.  Tuning in to a radio para-elemental can be just as nasty, but in a more different way.

After that, if your looking for a an escape from those noxious (and toxic) creatures, how about a vacation to that sweet tooth Shangri-La, the Rock Candy Mountain.


Gothridge Manor said...

Much needed. We need one specifically for our game for easy reference. Cause there are some things I wanna know.

Sub Radar (Mike) said...

I thought rock candy mountain would be akin to candyland... never expected it to be so sinister when I clicked through.

Canageek said...

I finally finished your book a couple of weeks ago; While I was a touch disappointed at the lack of new content in the first part of the book, the section on The City very much made up for it, and was quite frankly excellent.

If you are looking for more things to write, I'd still love some more general articles on places, along the lines of your articles on Monster Canyon (Probably my favourite, and what attracted me to your blog in the first place) and The North Pole.

Trey said...

@Tim - Good idea. A summary is coming up.

@Sub-Radar Mike - Yeah. There's an undercurrent there.

@Canageek - Glad you liked the book overall. Of course, I was trying to meet the needs of both first-time purchasers and longtime readers.

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Needles said...

think this is an excellent overview to some terrific posts. The sky seems the limit in what you can do with some really cool creatures & an excellent setting. Very original & very innovative!