FINEST EFFECTS: The Camargue

The BORELLUS CONNECTION manuscript was too nightmarish and vast to be constrained by any binding our printer could conceive; therefore, we were obliged to remove some material from the book. It’s preserved here as a series of Page XX articles. As Orne’s mysterious correspondent in Philadelphia warned us, “no Part must be missing if the finest Effects are […]

 13th Age Ideas That Aren’t Worth A Full Page XX Article

When brainstorming for new See Page XX articles, one comes up with lots of ideas that aren’t enough for a full piece, but might spark something if you put them out into the world. So, here’s a grab bag of ideas that almost, but not quite, made it. Maybe they’ll take root in one of your games. […]

See Page XX: Sketching Out Your Yellow King: This Is Normal Now Series (Part One)

The series outlines for The Yellow King Roleplaying Game now reaches the last of the canonical four sequences, This is Normal Now. Previous installments cover Paris Part One and Part Two, and The Wars, Part One and Part Two, and Aftermath, Part One and Part Two. As before, this outline presents one way to do […]

Call of Chicago: The Dream-Quest of Gertrude Abercrombie

“Surrealism is meant for me, because I am a pretty realistic person but don’t like all I see. So I dream that it is changed. Then I change it to the way I want it. It is almost always pretty real. Only mystery and fantasy have been added. All foolishness has been taken out. It […]

The Chair in the Attic

A scenario hook for Cthulhu Confidential Embittered washout businessman Ralph Dillion approaches hardboiled Los Angeles detective Dex Raymond hoping he will dig up evidence to support a gnawing theory. For years Dillion has struggled to establish himself in this city of fast-risers. Whether it’s real estate, oil, or finance, all of his surefire opportunities have […]

Temptations of the Dhampir

by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Roena I. Rosenberger Read the introductory post here. In crypts within Imperial walls, setting up the rituals necessary to create vampires that are anything other than slathering, bloodlusting monsters is very difficult. Most of the calculating vampire nobles working for the Lich King […]

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