My blog is Late Night Zen, where I’m endeavoring to post one useful tool or idea every week.
Slowly rolling out Spellsword which will be an OSR/Indie focused company + YouTube channel.
Creations will focus on new-school-meets-old-school games, adventures, etc.
Channel will focus on streaming OSR and indie sessions, analyzing rules, tabletop mentality and design philosophy, and how-to content designed to bridge the gap between new-school and old-school.
I’m Vi Huntsman (they/them) from the Collabs Without Permission YouTube channel. I make weird reviews of weird books, and sometimes do some analysis on broader RPG topics.
I do all my RPG blogging at Throne of Salt., which has a lot of general OSR stuff, Mothership stuff, GLOG stuff, Esoteric Enterprises stuff, and my other projects.
I’m Skullboy and I run Better Legends Friends & Foes, a Patreon where I post new NPC and Monster illustrations with backgrounds, personalities and quest hooks every week, mechanically sparse and heavy on setting/story they’re perfect for old school games. It’s free to download everything there, enjoy!
Here’s my blog, Mazirian’s Garden. I post stuff about my dreamlands game set in Zyan, my zine, and various homebrew things for Labyrinth Lord/ OSE / AD&D there.
I love your blog! I read your Pleasures of OSR features when I was first learning about OSR and have been addicted to your stuff since. Very cool to see you are here in the Pit, can’t wait to see what you write next.
My blog has been lacking updates compared to last year; nevertheless, when I do post, it’s usually either a review, a session report, or some sort of reflection on my preferences.
A post was split to a new topic: Creating Engaging Elf Games: My Occult Secrets
You can find Knight Owl books and pdfs at our website.
I run the Espharel blog, which is a mix of GLOG, videogame adaptation and general rambling.
My blog is here:
Focus lately has been on creating an d100 Encounter Activity table for every monster in B/X or OSE, with only about 50 or so to go as of now I’ll likely end up compiling them all into a single document once I’m done and decide to wrangle with the layout.
I love using random tables for inspiration, and try to capture ideas in them so that other GM binders might benefit. My Wilderness Hexes are also rather popular if you’re looking to stock a Sandbox.
I draw webcomic based The Keep on the Borderlands. I rolled out the results of action, even saving throws and charisma checks as well as combat, and draw the results from the point of view of the characters.
Here’s my blog The Lizard Man diaries, its got a lot of tools and generators that I use in my games: https://lizardmandiaries.blogspot.com/
You can also check out all of my PDF releases available on DriveThru here: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/7209/Gorgzu-Games
Not sure this is exactly the best place to share, but just discovered a review of my zinequest2 zine Old School and Cool. The best part of this biz is when random people dig what you’ve been shovelling!
Worm Witch: The Life & Death of Belinda Blood has been nominated for a 2020 ENnie for Best Monster.
It was designed as a combination hex crawl/point crawl and has emergent story development. Lots of weird new creatures, lots of politics, and lots of distinct lands to explore. Think the British Isles meets the Spanish Civil War.
Check out the link for a more in-depth description and to see some of the positive reviews. Also just for the rest of this month, anyone from this forum can get the pdf for half off by using the below link.
My blog, Weird & Wonderful Worlds has bounced around over the last couple of years, but is mostly about worldbuilding. I love weird, high concept scifi and fantasy and I hope that’s reflected in my blog. My hope is that you read my blog and think “wow, I’ve never seen anything like that before”.
Pixels & Platforms: The Platform Crawl RPG
Tunnels & Trolls Character Sub-Types
Neural Network Fantasy Creatures
Super Blood Harvest Not-Review
I have a blog for my DIY RPG musings, Half Minotuar Farmer Blog. It was originally an OSR-focused blog, but have made it more open to various rpgs I’ve read, and turned it to an outlet for my concrete ideas about them. It can range from troika backgrounds, game hacks, self-promotions, rpg reviews, or rpg theory/wankery.
Haven’t posted much since my new job, but I am hoping to pick up on it soon.
Here’s my blog, Red Berry Planet, that I update infrequently. I started it to participate in the Harry Clarke community project. Since then, it’s mostly small pieces of prep that I try to turn into something usable for others. I’ve experimented with expanding one post into a mini zine about toads, a fun exercise that I might repeat in the future. The gods of procrastination willing.
I’ve created a thread in here to promote my blog posts.
Right now i’m working on a series based on images of the real world and want a magical world would mean to these places, and the other way around…