Just a quick announcement – Hero Forge Games, the makers of the Hero Kids! RPG system have published an adventure I wrote. Entitled Fire In Rivenshore, it challenges the heroes with putting out a fire in their home village. All is not as it seems however, and the kids must find the source of the fire – and grapple with a moral dilemma at the very end. More than just a “kill the monsters and gather the treasure” adventure – this adventure could even spark discussions on “the right thing to do” with your children! Check it out on DriveThruRPG. If you haven’t played Hero Kids! yet, I highly recommend it.
It took us about a month, but we finally have the final model from the Gencon Fourthcore Deathmatch up on Ebay. It didn’t sell at the convention, so now you can get it for a steal – with nowhere to store it, I just want it out of my house. The auction ends in 7 days, so happy bidding! There are a LOT of modular dungeon pieces AND accessories in this model. The auction can be found here. And a few of the week’s articles can be found here:
We’re pretty much lazy dungeon masters around here, so the article over at Sly Flourish this week was right up our alley. Check it out for some great tips.
Of course, if you’re a lazy PLAYER, you’ll want a copy of the cheat sheets presented by Temporary Hit Points this week.
If you’re lucky enough to live near a game store that is carrying Mordenkainen’s Magnificent Emporium, go pick it up! If you’re not, you’ll have to wait until Sept 20th, and settle for the review over at This Is My Game.
Have kids? Young kids? Maybe it’s time you let your 4 year old DM! That was the gist of the article at Kids Dungeon Adventure this week.
This one isn’t an article, per se, but we thought it was full of good info that most people would find helpful. It’s a thread on Reddit discussing how to organize your minis, maps, and other RPG accessories.
Do you know of any contests we didn’t list?