Looking for gruesome visuals to inspire a horror campaign or adventure? Bernie Wrightson has been arousing fear for forty years. From four color terror to film conceptual horrors, Wrightson is one of the world’s greatest horror artists.
MadBrew kicked the Labs’ online resource series with tools for D&D 4e, now he is following up with general resources any game could use.
The first in a series of dedications to the artists and authors that has inspired and captivated MadBrew. Frank Frazetta was MadBrew’s first dose of fantasy which eventually led him down the RPG path.
MadBrew has scoured the web for useful resources for 4e D&D. From indices to lists and from character generators to encounter managers, this article has something for every D&D game.
MadBrew concocts an overview on how Powers work in his custom rules, Echelon. Artifice is used as the sample Power in this article. The Echelon Gaming Sytem is a rank-based d20 conversion.
Inspired by his entry to win Pen & Paper Portal’s KotOR contest, MadBrew shows you (if you use Windows) how to make your own Star Wars Crawl with less than ten minutes of work.
MadBrew has thrown down his gauntlet for the Blogger BloodBath 2008 competition. BB08 is presented by Living Dice and d20Pro. Bloggers will compete against each other using 3.5 OGL characters and interfacing with d20Pro.
The second part of the abridged history of the MadBrew’s original setting, The Dead Wastes. This part details the seige of Sidarius by an undead host led by vampire lords, explains the setting’s namesake, and brings us to present day.
You may have used music as background noise for a game session, or maybe just a scene or two, but have you used music to orchestrate the design of an adventure or campaign? MadBrew discusses the technique here.
MadBrewLabs roughs out the first part of an abridged history for his original setting, The Dead Wastes. This lays the groundwork for a steampunk-fantasy world laced with elements of gothic horror.