Archive for February, 2014

The Cantorbridge Tales pt 1

Today the Cantorbridge Tales begin! This campaign was written for Dragon Warriors (actually for LORE) but can be used for any RPG because most of the adventures that comprise it are not dungeon crawls. Thus monster and NPC stats are not so important. In fact this campaign is a ‘Road-Sandbox’ and models a religious pilgrimage […]

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Cathedral City

After many more hours of work, the City of Netherford is finally ready to greet the world! Founded in the days of the Empire, ‘Nantovarum’ played a central role in the Selentine campaigns against the Druids of the Old Faith. These Druids had long been a thorn in the side of the legions, rallying the […]

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Netherford

This week I’ve been beavering away on a huge map of the town of Netherford; the opening scene of my Cantorbridge Tales. Towns and cities really are the hardest things to map because there are hundreds of tiny elements that all have to be placed carefully or they look just plain wrong. The map has […]

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Shields of Vindashire pt 2

Last time we started our tour of the ‘great and the good’ of Vindashire and we continue that tour in this post. Note that I shall be leaving a few of the shields I created last time, for all you GMs out there to customise as you see fit. They shall remain as family names […]

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Shields of Vindashire

In my last post, I mapped the area of western Albion between Netherford and Cantorbridge that Dave Morris has dubbed Vindashire. Note that I’ve updated the map from last week, and there are a few changes; so you might want to download it again. This week, I have been creating the coats of arms for […]

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