Gloom of Kilforth: 2010

Friday, December 24, 2010

Sorcerer's Cave encounter card deck - revamped!











Monday, December 20, 2010

Sorcerer's Cave new cards: Sorcerer

The Sorcerer himself, version 2.1 and hopefully final:


The Sorcerer version 2.0


The card deck backs:


Original card deck backs:

Original card designs pictured (including the Sorcerer): 


WOMAN HERO, here updated as WARRIORESS:



Monday, December 06, 2010

Forbidden Island Deep Sea and Volcano variant tiles

These Deep Sea Tiles are for anyone else who'd rather fill the gaps in some of the variant island layouts with tiles instead of holes.  And there's a Volcano tile for the centre of Volcano Island:









Sunday, December 05, 2010

Lovecraft ambience soundscape 1920s music

I've mixed some 1920s music and drones and FX together to make some soundscapes for our games of Arkham Horor and I thought I'd share them with you.

Part 1 is a soundscape for a short film, set in HP Lovecraft's 1920's Cthulhu mythos. Consists of wind, rain, thunder, 1920s music, some monster FX, church bells, drones, etc. It can be found here:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVzJONU4jDs

Part 2 opens with a more nautical portside theme, some effed up music FX, drones, and then segueing into a nighttime scenario towards the end.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoKsBX_0SiY


Hope you likey!

Friday, November 12, 2010

Playable Strahd Scenario for Castle Ravenloft

PACT OF BLOOD

You fought long and hard to conquer Barovia.  Many of your men died in order for you to unseat the Lord of Castle Ravenloft and take his place.  After the tumultuous, wandering years of your youth, all the violence, all the warring, you finally had a home.  A home you had earned through military prowess and cunning.  You called your family to you and they came.  The Land of Barovia was yours.

But then you met the girl.  The infernal, damnable, cursed village woman.  Tatyana.  The most beautiful creature you had ever seen.  After she rejected your advances you thought your heart would burst from the agony of denial.  And then to add insult to injury your spiteful brother, Sergei, swept her off her feet.  After everything you had done for him!  Finding him a haven from his exile and providing for him!  Their relationship blossomed as you watched them from the shadows.

And now it has come to this.  You, the Lord of Barovia, unwelcome in your own beloved Castle.  Whilst the treacherous couple are to be wed this very day.  Alone, you pace the long grass under the green canopy of trees, over-shadowed by the towering fortress that suddenly seems so uninviting.  Your blood boils at the impudence of their deceit.  Your own brother stealing the only woman you have ever truly loved!  An image of his twisted face fills your vision, and you watch as he embraces her, he looks at you over her shoulder sneering with pure malevolence.

The sun burns low and red.  A growing black mist infuses the darkening landscape around you as the time of their wedding ceremony approaches.  Through the pain and anger and tears, clarity suddenly falls upon you and soothes your mind.  Exercising years of intense warrior training you channel your growing rage and approach the entrance to the crypts of Castle Ravenloft.  You know what must be done.  You must stop this outrage from taking place!






Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A Touch Of Evil Investigation Deck - print ready!

The rules are simple:

Draw an Investigation card at the start of the game and put it into play. When the Shadow Track crosses over into a new section TOWARDS Darkness discard the current Investigation card and draw a new one to replace it.






Monday, October 11, 2010

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Castle Ravenloft Scoring Rules - by Peter Lee

Rules for scoring your Castle Ravenloft games, and rules for 6 players (as two teams of three) by designer Peter Lee.