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30 Days of Mörk Borg Adventure Chapbook vol. 2: On the Island of Dying Gods

“This book expands the one-page, one-shots taken from my digital offering 30 Days of MÖRK BORG and is the second volume in a planned series of ten. For this volume, we focused on creating three distinct modules within a larger keyed setting, but there’s still plenty of room for improvisation and substitution at your table.”

A Dead God’s Stronghold

Concept: “Have some scvm you can’t seem to part with? Looking for a way to end your game before it ends the world?”
Content:
6 thematic hazards and stats for some pretty brutal basilisks
Writing:
Clear descriptions with a healthy dose of humor
Art/design:
Fits a fair amount of content efficiently onto one page alongside some nice graphic elaborations of the base image
Usability:
Can be used as an overlay for another dungeon to add extra character and lethality

Cultists of Dying Gods

Concept: “Many of those in the dying world still cling to dying gods—ironically, inquisitors most of all. Most of these dying gods need you to torture or be tortured.”
Content:
Includes stats for various cultists and rules for torture and trauma; some interesting rules interactions
Writing: Clear and concise with entertaining cultural and metagame references
Art/design:
Nice public domain art (some color-enhanced) sets the tone for individual cults
Usability:
Pstress rules are a bit complex but robust rather than complicated

Devourer of Afflictions

Concept: “Its followers claim that any who is swallowed by the god shall be reborn, expelled from its lower body free of pain and disease.”
Content:
A heavyweight monster that
Writing:
Compelling description of the devourer along with tables for ingestion effects
Art/design:
Visually well organized; illustration frames the text and obscures the creature, which is a neat choice
Usability:
Smooth, just like PCs through a giant maggot-god

Oxomoco

Concept: “A macabre artist with the wings of a chiroptera. She is perfect in every way, a goddess of the night.”
Content:
An adaptation of the Aztec deity of night, astrology, and calendrics
Writing:
A straightforward stat block with descriptions full of visual and visceral imagery
Art/design:
Illustration blends prolific and the macabre elements in a very well-devised and -executed composition
Usability:
Potentially dangerous in combat, but well suited (and probably more compelling) in a more narrative or character-driven role

Tellurian Entity Druj

“The result of aeons of unrotting, Druj, the defaced god of the crust. Do your sacrifices and be blessed. But be diligent on your devotion, or it will consume you.”
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