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Special license

Produced and/or published prior to the Mörk Borg Third Party License

A Good, Old-Fashioned Murder Dungeon

Concept: The title is fairly on-the-nose
Content:
10 rooms of party-killing peril
Writing:
A balance of ambience and formal content
Art/design:
The map is homey in a horrible kind of way; additional graphic design is gritty and fierce
Usability:
Numbering and proximal layout makes for straightforward navigation and reference

An Ageless, Woodless Place

Concept: “A microsetting for a romp in a valley lost to memory and giant reptiles.”
Content:
A primeval playground for scvm to die in
Writing:
Overviews the setting and covers random finds, weather, landmarks, and monsters
Art/design:
Efficiently organized into sections and vibrantly stylized
Usability:
Doesn’t have a narrative arc, but players will surely find ways to keep themselves amused; a good place to strand characters or for them to pass through while traveling

A Polearm to Plunge into Someone Rotten

Concept: “Six polearms charged with magical energy to find hidden in the darkest crypt or fortress.”
Content:
An assortment of macabre and arcane weapons
Writing:
Includes compelling lore and mechanics for each polearm
Art/design:
Descriptions are distinct and proximal to their respective illustrations, which are full of character and detail
Usability:
Rather powerful by Mörk Borg base standards, but not without hazards and drawbacks

A (sometimes) Spiked Flail to the Face

Concept: “Six magical/cursed flails to discover in the deepest bog or dungeon.”
Content: A set of unique and creative weapons, most of which are lethal to target and wielder alike
Writing: Descriptive, compelling, and occasionally humorous
Art/design: Flails are depicted in silhouette, giving the reader’s imagination opportunity to fill in the gaps
Usability: Avoid contact with eyes and face

*Published prior to release of the formal third-party license

Black Bvrn Bridge

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Concept: “The box broke inside the [ogre’s] stomach […] covering the Bridge in a cube of anti-light.”
Content:
Includes an inventive adventure-specific condition
Writing:
Provides context and important details about the scenario
Art/design:
Subdued but effective colors; concise but atmospheric map
Usability:
Logically and linearly laid out

Death and Pestilence

Concept: “Disease is spreading from the Restless Hills, carried by centipedes and beetles.”
Content:
A deadly, disturbing dungeon full of pure weirdness
Writing:
“Quasi-ethereal necromagical death-tendrils” is an apex example of what you’ll find here
Art/design:
Excellently integrates text and graphics into the dungeon map
Usability:
A little visually overwhelming at first, but easy to navigate once you have a feel for it

Flails Akimbo

Concept: “The players wake up with a pair of weapons nailed to their hands […] participating in a brutal game.”
Content:
An arena-style adventure with special mechanical conditions
Writing:
A good balance of exposition and stats
Art/design:
Brings a familiar but distinctive character to Mörk Borg’s aesthetic
Usability:
Kill your way to freedom

Merch Borg

“Buy MÖRK BORG stuff here. Wear it, give it away, or cut it to pieces. It's up to you.”

Scvmfurther

Concept: “A collection of terrible traits, bad habits, and bodily features” (featured in Scvmbirther)
Content:
Additional quirks and foibles to flesh out characters
Writing:
Very aligned with Nilsson’s grit and wit
Art/design:
Conservative but still thematically aligned; some clever use of sub/superscript
Usability:
A handy supplement for a high-mortality game

Note: Published prior to release of formal third-party license; semi-semi-official-ish

Targ-Dungel Bogmonster

Concept: A collaborative monster-creation effort
Content:
An undead, slimy, scythe-limbed swamp dweller
Writing:
Mostly mechanical but still conveys character
Art/design:
Exactly what you want your death-metal swamp monster to look like
Usability:
In Twitter format

The Church of the Forbidden Gate

Concept: “As long as THE GATE remains active, all death is meaningless to the faithful.”
Content: Fairly straightforward dungeon with heretical overtones
Writing:
An accessible mix of exposition and stat blocks
Art/design:
Reserved use of color provides emphasis, aids navigation
Usability: Supported by explicit visual connection of text and locations 

The Cleaving in Buskstätt

Concept: “A darkly shimmering GROWTH has overtaken the town.”
Content:
A pointcrawl amidst malicious overgrowth
Writing:
Concise; mostly devoted to stats & mechanics
Art/design:
Map and art are prominent without encroaching on the text
Usability:
Small text emphasizes the visual elements but may be difficult to read

Vaults of Unfaith

Concept: “From an underground Sarkash crypt, heretics and cultists terrorized settlers.”
Content:
An occult dungeon with random events and escalating enemies
Writing:
You may learn some new words; use them to terrify your players
Art/design:
Establishes atmosphere; concreteness provides easy navigation
Usability:
Very intuitive and efficient layout
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