Frostgrave: Erweiterung und Charity-Szenario
Joseph McCullough engagiert sich mit einem Frostgrave-Szenario für Save the Children.
Frostgrave: Charity Scenario
I hope everyone enjoys this new Frostgrave scenario, which I decided to publish on my blog as part of a charity fund-raising effort to support Save the Children during the current Syrian refugee crisis. I am asking anyone who plays this scenario, prints it off, or downloads it to add to their collection to please donate at least £1 to Save the Children through the MyDonate page I have set up. I am hoping to raise £500. For more information on the origins of this campaign or The Order of the Sword and Dice, please see the blog post immediately preceding this one. Enjoy your adventure into Frostgrave!
Frostgrave: Standing in the Eye
Over a thousand years ago, a wizard named Grodek Humphrizes built a walled house in the southwest corner of Felstad. In the centre of his house, he created a unique spherical chamber called the Rondure. He linked the Rondure to four permanent wizard eyes which he installed at the corners of his walls so that he could spy on his neighbours. He also linked it to the two security constructs that patrolled his grounds.
Grodek Humphrizes died in the great storm that buried Felstad, and much of his house was destroyed. However the Rondure survived, mostly intact, as did the two constructs…
Außerdem wurde eine Erweiterung für Frostgrave angekündigt:
With this new supplement for Frostgrave, players can lead their warbands into the vast network of catacombs, sewers, and dungeons that run underneath the Frozen City. It was in these dark confines that the ancient wizards known as Beastcrafters experimented on living creatures, creating strange hybrids and deadly monsters, many of which still roam the forgotten passageways. Along with a host of new scenarios, treasures, soldiers, and creatures, the book also contains rules for the traps and secret passages that are often found in the dungeons. With the wonderful and rare magical treasures to be discovered, will players risk taking their warbands down into the Breeding Pits?
So, here is what I’m working on at the moment. Right now it’s just a bunch of scattered pieces, but slowly I am pulling it together into a coherent manuscript! I think Dmitry Burmak has done another amazing job on the cover artwork. It’s a testament to his own imagination that he can take my notes and turn it into something like that!
Quelle: The Renaissance Troll Blog