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Alex K. Barton

Box of Shadows

Concept: “The dry cracked earth of the city now spews a scentless dark black fog. … Rumors of this substance taking form and hunting down those that travel without a lamp or torch have become ever more prevalent.”
A sprawling sandbox-style adventure set amidst a sinister miasma emerging in Grift
Incorporates copious descriptions, in-game documents, and random tables to add flavor to play; also includes numerous monsters, NPCs, and items
Incorporates original and found art into exuberant designs and diverse layouts
Includes copious reference sheets, handouts, and topic-specific indices for GMs and players to use during play; GM-eyes-only material is segregated to facilitate more exciting solo play

Brimnes™ Beast

Concept: “Based on the Ikea Brimnes line of beds”
An ambush monster with options for customization, sure to fit any domestic need
Uses a sterile commercial style to great humorous effect
Brilliantly stylized as an advertising brochure
“Some assembly required”

Chrystal Biter

“Born from the slop that oozes from the exposed royal coffins of Ucalegon, these creatures may look cute but anything birthed in Bergen Chrypt is sick with necromancy.”

Court of the Black-Hearted Gnome (Dwór Czarnego Gnoma)

Concept: “Like Scorched Ruins the Black Gnome Manor protrudes from the city. Once the gesture of his hand overthrew the kingdoms, now it only rules over the remnant of his deformed mansion.”
Contains setup, gossip, hooks, random encounters, minor loot, and the dungeon itself
A balanced mix of description and mechanics, all fairly concise
Solid design, both graphic and typographic
Adopts Rotblack Sludge’s extremely efficient dungeon presentation

Dark Lodestar

“The Dark Lodestone is only active at night. It shines brightly and roams the wilderness guiding travelers into its maw.”

False Stronghold

Concept: “Every 100 years under a blood moon the False Stronghold rises in the south. It feeds for three days.”
A titanic monster that will probably ruin your day (if not 3 of them)
Concise and extremely descriptive in both the flavor text and mechanics
Solid typographical and color choices, intuitive layout, and a truly heinous illustration
Presents interesting options for murderhoboing on a colossal scale

Fedelfugol Pit - Den of the Demon Mallard of Gluttony

Concept: “A single room of sacrifice and demonic hunger”
A grimly humorous concept with a fairly straightforward puzzle that no one will really want to solve
Clear descriptions of the setting with some flavorful quotes for the GM to read
Clearly delineated paragraphs devoted to dungeon elements and a well-organized description of the puzzle and its solution
“Hold on to your butts.” – Jon Raymond Arnold

Fester Back Brood Mother

“Your skin crawls. No, something is crawling under your skin!”

FÖLK-LORE: Rendezvous & Romps

36 contributors
Concept: “What happens when the lore of our world collides with the Dying World of MÖRK BORG?”
The second volume of collected FÖLK-LORE Jam entries
Varies by author, see individual entries under the FÖLK-LORE Jam tag
Varies by entry; single-page entries are well balanced in spreads
Usability: Varies by entry, but it’s all Mörk Borg—how tough could it be?

Gleb Tick

“A parasite that feasts upon the very life force of the land.”


“Instinct alone seems to drive these creatures to collect hands. Yes, hands of all shape, size, and age, as long as they are human.”

Gorehorn of Phon

“Packs of these noisy violent beasts parade throughout the western kingdom leaving a trail of blood and lost limbs.”

Lurching Knot

“Born from the wicked intent of the murderous fur trees of Sarkash, the Lurching Knot lumbers forth to crush the bones of those that dare mar or burn its mothers’ flesh.”

Nemori Elemental

“The large spider like wood spirits toll those what journey through forested areas.”

Pallate Worms

“These creatures subsist on decay but favor blood-soaked soil and can be found in large numbers near battlefields.”
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