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Rugose Kohn

30 Days of Mörk Borg

Concept: “A month’s worth of one page one shots”
Content:
Loads of creative, challenging scenarios
Writing:
Some mechanics, but generally devoted to broadly establishing scenarios; peppered with cultural and gaming references
Art/design:
Draws on a wide range of art and fonts to create a unique character for each layout; some pretty creative maps
Usability: Instructional text; convenient hyperlinks to other MBC and third-party documents

30 Days of Mörk Borg Adventure Chapbook vol. 1

Concept: “Plumb the depths of Death's Fort in search of the riches hidden within. Scale the volcano of The Shattered Tunnels to take on the evil Blood Wizard. Wander the Sarkash in search of The Shrine of Evil.”
Content:
3 self-contained adventures
Writing:
Alternately uses descriptive prose and tables to suit each adventure’s content
Art/design: Presents each adventure in a distinct style to suit its character and structure
Usability:
Content warning: naked antics, poo monsters, and BEAR-THING

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.”

Album Crawl

19 contributors
Concept: “A collection of deafening dungeons and auditory misadventures for MÖRK BORG.”
Content:
22 music-inspired settings and scenarios; many intriguing rules and foes; alternate Miseries; a whole spread of punishments for unruly dice
Writing:
Variously fascinating and horrifying
Art/design:
Widely variegated but all nicely done
Usability:
A couple atypical layouts that reward a bit of scrutiny and patience

BEAR-THING

Concept: “BEAR-THING Hungry. BEAR-THING Angry. BEAR-THING Hangry.”
Content:
An undead amalgam of bear and goblin (but also undead)
Writing:
Succinctly but entertainingly describes behavior and motivation
Art/design:
Economic arrangement of text around a pretty expressive image
Usability:
Keeps PCs on their toes by knocking them off their feet (with its blood)

Blood Money

Concept: “While languishing in a drunken stupor in a coastal town flophouse … you were abducted by a press gang.”
Content:
A seafaring framework inspired by Tom Waits (and Herman Melville (and whoever wrote The Book of Jonah))
Writing:
Sets the scene and provides a plethora of options for play
Art/design:
Supports the nautical theme subtly but effectively
Usability:
Intended more as a toolbox than a unified dungeon or set of mechanics

Candelabra of Blood

Concept: “It's a candelabra. Of blood. It uses hit points to summon Blood Drenched Skeletons. Or it might turn you into a skeleton. You get to decide.”
Content:
The concept pretty much sums it up.
Writing:
Two clear and concise sentences
Art/design:
A suitably gory figure with a floral ground that keeps the black and white spaces visually interesting
Usability:
For the GM, straightforward; for PCs, potentially lethal and hilarious (unless you’re another PC—then it’s even more lethal)

Cross of Glorious Victory of Filth

Concept: “A massive, prolapsed orifice fountains forth a constant stream of viscous contaminants. Drink deeply of its wickedness!”
Content:
The inverted anus cross we’ve all hoped for and dreamed of
Writing:
Light lore with mechanics for contact, consumption, and replication
Art/design:
Split-page layout provides easy access to the text and displays the cross in all its inverted anal glory
Usability:
“‘Nay, Theophrastus, cease to poke yon inverted anus cross!’”

Down and Out in a Schleswig Sanitorium

Concept: “Recently the staff has all been murdered by a patient gone rogue. That suits the King’s ends well enough.”
Content:
Clever scenario, especially the conclusion
Writing:
Disturbingly descriptive at times, humorously irreverent at others
Art/design:
Adapts Nohr-esque style to express its “sterile” environment
Usability:
Well organized by category, but involves some flipping/scrolling/shuffling

Ducks Left Wanting (to be left alone)

Concept: “A herd of ducks aimlessly wander a dungeon hallway. Items of use or value tied round their necks. But catching ducks ALWAYS comes with a cost.”
Content:
“A two page spread with rules for catching ducks, a d20 table of juicy rewards tied round their necks, and a d20 table of all the horrible shit that can happen when one is catching ducks!”
Writing:
Primarily tables with some descriptive text connecting the scenario to the larger adventure; rife with body humor
Art/design:
A plethora of ducks, sinister and otherwise
Usability:
d20 not included

Flerjordhög Filip

Concept: “If Filip rises from the loamy hillside and sees his shadow, the townsfolk believe they have averted the end.”
Content:
A blasphemous monster and rites that defy the Unnamed Scripture
Writing:
Provides a broad hook and mechanics for a small rodent that averts and invokes Miseries
Art/design:
Well organized and visually delineated; surprisingly sunny and fluffy for Mörk Borg
Usability:
Heretical and should be punished. Burn the vermin.

FÖLK-LORE: Fiends, Freaks, & Foes

41 contributors
Concept: “What happens when the lore of our world collides with the Dying World of MÖRK BORG?”
Content:
The first volume of collected FÖLK-LORE Jam entries
Writing:
Varies by author, see individual entries under the FÖLK-LORE Jam tag
Art/design:
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?

FÖLK-LORE: Rendezvous & Romps

36 contributors
Concept: “What happens when the lore of our world collides with the Dying World of MÖRK BORG?”
Content:
The second volume of collected FÖLK-LORE Jam entries
Writing:
Varies by author, see individual entries under the FÖLK-LORE Jam tag
Art/design:
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?

Included with Every Purchase

Concept: “A delightful duo of cursed magic items for the Dying World! Somewhat useful, but more likely to only add to your misery.”
Content:
A shopping bag of holding and a universal hex wrench that have as much capacity for harm as utility
Writing: Refuses to sugar-coat its disdain
Art/design:
Facsimile-quality illustrations symbolize the flattened affect of mass production
Usability:
Simultaneously goads you toward consumerism and warns you away from it. The contempt is palpable.

Misery 4:3

Concept: “Fires rage across the landscape consuming everything in their path.”
Content:
An ever-advancing wall of flame and a vanguard of burning skeletons
Writing:
Blends description and mechanics to maximum creative effect
Art/design:
Graphics support the concept typographical and layout choices that facilitate flow and use
Usability:
Uses exploding dice and offers no solution for actually extinguishing the fire (just the skeletons) 
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