Monthly Archives: January 2014

Swords of the Eastsea: Wizards of the Green

Here’s a first draft of some fluff. You probably see what inspired it. — Wizards of the Green In the southern glens and valleys of the Great Wood of Tavast, dwells the group called the Wizards of the Green. A … Continue reading

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First piece of illustration

So I can finally show off that the game will actually have illustrations, here’s a grim wintry piece:  

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The Last Inn

Here’s something from the gazetteer again. For those of you who don’t know the real-world geography on which the fictional geography is based, Åre lies on the Swedish-Norwegian border. The mountains in real life aren’t that high and actually you’d … Continue reading

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Monsters ahoy: The Myling’s Gonna Getcha

Here’s something out of our bestiary. The Myling The Mylings are the undead that appear in places where the Great Mortality hit the worst. They appear in the forms of small children that want home. By home, they mean the … Continue reading

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Quick update about illustrations and maps

This is a very short update, because I want to get back to writing about how Hessians decend from fire giants and the problem the Danubian Emperor has because his subject have no souls. An idea popped into my head … Continue reading

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Swords of the Eastsea: Wilderness Survival Rules

Because for some reason everyone likes rules, here’s an executive summary of today’s work. Lots of games include travelling in the wilderness, but few games give substantial rules on how to deal with it. Here’s how SotE does it. Before … Continue reading

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To Break Under A Tide Of Iron

From the Chronicle of An Icelander at the Swedish Court in Stralsund …when the armies formed up on the Plain of Lüneburg, the army of the Swedes looked pitiful, a thicket of pikes against an ocean of the Kaiserliche troops. … Continue reading

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Setting material: Ruins of the Kustö Castle and the Light of the Heavens

Here’s something from the gazetteer again. — Kustö is an island some ten miles south of the Ostland administrative capital of Turku. A fairly large island, it’s considered an important part of the defense of the Ostland heartlands, because the … Continue reading

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