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Blogs

Submitted by Clint Staples on Feb 28
Riffing on the system that I developed for Runequest, based on Chris Nan Deelen’s article detailing the Brute Tattoo, I decided to write up a system for magical Tattoos in Ragnarok! The RPG of the Viking Apocalypse.
Submitted by Michael O. Varhola on Feb 28
During the most recent episode of our weekly "d-Infinity Live!" show, my co-hosts and I discussed our various methodologies for designing RPG character races. 
Submitted by Chris Van Deelen on Feb 28
Surprise. Another week and I’ve managed to post another blog. This week was pretty much like every other week … work, not able to take a break during lunch to write, so that story I have been trying to finish is still in the works. We shall see what next week happens to look like.

Features

 

d-Infinity Live continues into 2017 with a new slate of topics and special episodes! What are we covering this year? Check out the list below.

Sci-Fry - Science fiction campaign settings that missed the mark.

Wyld Magyque - Unpredictable, chaotic, and outright dangerous magic in tabletop gaming.

As the Brightwaters are presently poised to carry out their caper against the Lunar Commandery on Anchor Home near the Clanking Ruin, I thought I would post the stats for the Lunar Wyvern-Riders and their draconic mounts. If all goes according to plan, the heroes will not have to worry about fighting the riders, mounted on their wyverns or otherwise.

Aura: Moderate Divination; (CL): 6th

Slot: None; Price: 18,000; Weight: 1 lb.

This article will be the go-to page for all the magic items I create for Pathfinder.

The third in my annual series of new creatures. Unlike the past two years, this year will cover both OSR - Mutant Future and Pathfinder!

Briamice Entry 5
Briamice Entry 5 (Pathfinder version)

Live January 19th at 9pm EST

A strange mutant fungus found only in wetlands or areas with abundant water. The creature starts out life as an immobile mushroom, growing on the mossy ground. It appears harmless enough, but the creature is far from harmless. The natural form, before it takes over a host, is that of a large, greyish white mushroom. The typical specimen stands around a foot in height.

A fully mature creature has a mushroom-shaped head with two small, brightly glowing blue eyes and what appears to be a small mouth. The fungus is firmly wrapped around the skeleton of its victim, and it stands about a foot higher than the victim’s original height. The creature weighs only about forty pounds, as the fungus fiber is far lighter in weight than the flesh it spawned from.

Tiny and easily missed, these mutant mice can be found in almost any location across the globe, although they do prefer warmer climates.

They are slightly larger than the average mouse, being nearly six inches in length and can weigh in at about a pound. They are completely hairless, and their skin is heavily wrinkled and has the unsettling shape and coloration of brain tissue. The ears are large and the eyes are small and pink. Their tail is as long as their body.

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