Monthly Archives: October 2013

Höffinga and the Company of the Flaming Goat

Nestled among the foothills of the Salpa Mountains, north of Helsinge, there is the small village of Höffinga. Höffinga is a mining village that sprung up when silver and copper was found in the hills. The mine is known as … Continue reading

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A Quick Look At Character Creation in SotE

Almost my favorite thing about older games is character creation that’s faster and more streamlined than most games today. Especially games like D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder are rather slow, and I wanted something that would be about as fast as … Continue reading

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What’s Swords of the Eastsea?

Due to popular demand (it was like one dude on IRC, but it probably counts) that I not set up a new blog for Swords of the Eastsea, so updates on it will appear here. I’ve been on a nostalgia … Continue reading

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New things going on

Hello again. I’ve been tremendously busy elsewhere but here’s a short announcement.  Fun Tyrant Games (i.e. Goblinworks that handled the LotN kickstarter) imploded a while back, for reasons that you might be familiar with if you’ve read about Nightfall Kickstarter. … Continue reading

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