Monday, September 22, 2014

Baba Smerta

Now available at DriveThruRPG, "FM-1: Baba Smerta" This mini-adventure is a "pay what you want" product with a suggested price of only 50¢ but 0¢ is fine. It is also available at RPGNow.

"As night falls on the marsh and the fog blankets the land, the people of the surrounding villages lock their doors and pray that they will be overlooked by the minions of Baba Smerta. For nearly three generations they have suffered her tortures and humiliations. When one of her raiding parties takes on the PCs, though, have they bitten off more than they can chew? Will this long reign of terror finally come to an end? 

An OSR-compatible mini-module for any old school RPG or modern clone, designed for character levels 5-6, "Baba Smerta" is easily adaptable to other levels"

The informal review of the 5e Player's Handbook has been delayed slightly, but will start soon - I hope.

Thursday, September 11, 2014


With all that's been going on, I've neglected to mention QuasarDragon Games' sister site QuasarDragon.  QD is an on-again, off-again website that has been linking to free, legal fantasy, science fiction, and horror since 2007. It's from there that QuasarDragon Games gets its name, not the "Shooting Quasar Dragon" card from Yu-Gi-Oh!, which came later. If you like those genres (are there any gamers who don't like at least one of them?) feel free to check it out.

QuasarDragon Games third product should be out in the next week or so. This, as of yet unnamed OSR mini-module will be very inexpensive. And starting this weekend, I'll be posting an informal multi-part look at the Fifth Edition D&D Player's Handbook.

And QuasarDragon Games' first product, The Treatise of Twisted Terrors, has just been reviewed at OSR News and Reviews and I'm dancing such a happy jig that you'd have to save vs insanity if you could see me.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

The Stolen Child

Technical difficulties and personal loss have slowed posts, but PO-1: The Stolen Child is now available as a Pay What You Want download at DriveThruRPG

The pleasant town of Sligo has its tranquility shattered when a young boy vanishes in the middle of the night. Investigating the disappearance, the characters discover lost ruins and an ancient plot for revenge and a long forgotten enemy of humanity. Will the characters be able to rescue the stolen child or will a cruel, wronged race be able to wreak vengeance on all humanity? An OSR compatible module for any old school RPG or modern clone, designed for character levels 7-9, The Stolen Child is easily adaptable to other levels.