Wednesday, January 22, 2020
In the modern era occultists use painted street art to channel magic into reality altering spells. But with after effects that could tear apart the streets around them. Tagger Magic is set using the WaRP OGL from Atlas Games but is simple enough that it could be transferred over to others systems with ease. So grab some spray cans and change the city around you.
Get it over at DrivethruRPG now!
Thursday, January 9, 2020
The serial killer is taking grisly trophies, what is it? Roll a D10 and find out.
1 – The eyes of their victim.
2 – They are drawing blood from the victim while they are still alive.
3 – They are making imprints of the fingertips of their victim judging by the ink they leave behind.
4 – The heads of the victims are completely shaved and the hair is no where to be found at the scene.
5 – A section of the spinal column of the victim is removed with almost surgical precision.
6 – Any portion of the victims skin that had a tattoo has been peeled away in an apparently intact strip.
7 – A hole has been drilled into the back of the victims skull and the brain liquefied and removed.
8 – The left hand of every victim has been removed with meticulous care.
9 – All of the victims have had their tongues viciously removed.
10 – The ears have been sliced away in one deft cut.
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Wednesday, January 8, 2020
The thing is disguised as human, what mutant feature shines through to give it away?
1 – Their fingernails are thick, black and pointed.
2 – The eyes always face straight forward and never move side to side.
3 – There are slits on the side of it's neck that it's breathing through instead of their mouth.
4 – Down their spine there are barbs of bone protruding through the skin.
5 – The skin doesn't fit quite right and they keep tugging it tight on their hands and face when it stats to sag a little.
6 – When they speak their lip movement doesn't match the words quite right and if you look closely you don't see a tongue either.
7 – When startled they turn their almost completely around to see what happened.
8 – The ears and nose don't actually have holes, they go in for a bit but you can see they end in a layer of skin just inside.
9 – When touching them the skin is softer than it should be and even where there should be bones it is almost rubbery.
10 – It doesn't seem to notice stimulus on the skin. Like insect crawling on them, scrapes, cuts or even stuff like acid burning into it.
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Things for characters to find written or drawn in blood.
1 – The names of the family and friends of one of the characters.
2 – Tomorrows date along with the words “It all comes to and end”.
3 – A very detailed portrait of one of the party members.
4 – A map of their home in ink with certain spots marked with a bloody x.
5 – All of the characters initials and blood types.
6 – The names of local missing children and the names of who have been found dead have been smeared partially out.
7 – The name of one of the characters long deceased relatives.
8 – Child sized bloody handprints and the blood is very fresh.
9 – The name and dates of three locals who have very recently died and the name and future dates of three locals who are still alive, one of the characters being among the living.
10 – The words “We are on the other side help us” and the blood appears to be oozing from the wall instead of being written there.
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
I fell completely off the horse this year with Truly Rural Productions. Accomplishing very little and releasing nothing. Hopefully in 2020 I can reverse this trend and get some stuff done. Here is what I have in mind.
WaRPed Fantasy - a series of small 6 to 10 page releases for fantasy gaming using the WaRP rules system.
Welcome to the City - my long term project of building my own rpg. May be using the WaRP system as its base.
Horror Gaming - Compiling various horror gaming related blog articles together into a single release. Much like I did with the Be A Better Player posts.
Stock Art - Well, just need to get more of it up.