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arctic

Clamdash!

Concept: “For a few hours each year, the seas beneath the glaciers of Kergüs retreat, revealing salted dungeons in their wake. Within these waterlogged tunnels of ice – the CLAMS.”
Content:
Grab your CLAM-picking gloves—an audience with Anthelia awaits the winner
Writing:
A briny feast for the senses with Karl’s signature sense of humor
Art/design:
Easy to read with ample visual cues for navigating each room’s description and for moving back and forth between descriptions and map
Usability:
The CLAMS are barbed, and the tide waits for no scvm

Scum’s Guide to Kergüs

Concept: “Want to get a bit deeper into the dreary wastes of Kergüs? Want to investigate the dream-plagued snow? This guide will give you many helpful tips, and get you well on your way.”
Content:
Includes new gear, weather, finds, injuries, scrolls, variants for core classes, rules and encounters for arctic travel, monsters, and a dungeon generator
Writing:
Well written with on-brand grimness and humor
Art/design:
Relatively conservative but still stylized enough to be distinctly Mörk Borg
Usability:
“Author is not responsible for symptoms of frostbite, hypothermia, or insanity caused by Kergüs's (un)natural environment.”

Slaughtered in the Snow

Concept: “SHE returned you to life and charged you with one task […] slay the usurper, the heresiarch Josilfa Migol of Galgenbeck.”
Content:
A compelling battlefield crawl with an interesting twist on Mörk Borg lore
Writing:
Solid imagery and ideas conveyed well
Art/design:
Not super-elaborate, but fits the the setting’s snowy starkness
Usability:
GMs will need to consult a few other titles, which are readily available

The Bastard of the Badlands

Concept: “Whoever claims the Bastard will have the power to rule over the land. Or to destroy it.”
Content:
A frozen-wasteland-themed dungeon; also includes the badlands ranger character class
Writing:
Nice descriptions but not as grimly humorous as Mörk Borg’s standard
Art/design:
Also a departure from the standard, but does evoke a sense of place
Usability:
Occasionally substitutes D20 terms like “check” and “AC”

The Thirteenth Damned Son

Concept:  “When Mother Leeds heard she was due for a thirteenth child she cursed The Two-Headed Basilisk and the child, and demanded HE take what belonged to HIM.”
Content:
An abomination inspired by the Jersey Devil but skillfully adapted to the setting; includes a  sleek randomized crawl through the frozen lands of Kergüs
Writing:
Short but flavorful description and a healthy stat block; a beautifully written hook with a table of random encounters that keep the PCs moving toward the climax
Art/design:
Fits right into Mörk Borg on every count
Usability:
Verbally and visually economical

Tuurngaq

Concept: “So, you killed this creepy hermit, back in these frozen hills. Since then, something is hunting you.”
Content:
A malicious, body-stealing spirit from the frozen north
Writing:
Offers up a potential hook, stats, behavior and ecology, and means of controlling one
Art/design:
Well-delineated text blocks keep different types of information discrete and accessible; extensive use of cool colors supports the arctic character
Usability:
Potential to serve multiple in-game purposes in different capacities

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