Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Update time for Lair of Sword and Sorcery!

Injection Molder complete, but I need your help to finish the molds

Busy time here at the Spooky Room!

Core Rule Book

The Lair of Sword and Sorcery Core Rule book is still underway. Lot's of writing still to go before going into layout, but man this thing is going to be full of great stuff. This one is still a long way off so if you're interested in playing the Lair of Sword & Sorcery your best bet is still to download the pa what you want PDFs at Drive Thru RPG (click here to go get them now)

LoSS issue 6: The Sorceress of Zhaan

The Sorceress issue is in layout now. All the art is being finished up now. Lot's of Kartharkan background, the roguish activity rules, as well as the Main event, the Sorceress of Zhaan adventure!
The PDF should have lot's of extra goodies, as always you'll have to wait and see just what those are.

The Lair of Sword & Sorcery Miniature line

The injection Molder is finally done and now I'm moving on to making molds.
The process I'm using is far more cost effective than the usual injection molds which normally cost thousands of dollars. 

But they're still not free. So if you'd like to see the Miniature line happen throw a few bucks my way for materials by buying a one of the Lair PDFs at Drive Thru RPG (click here to get them now). Every dollar helps so if you want to support the Lair game head on over and download an issue for a buck.

For those of you not interested in the Lair Adventure game, Issue 1: Demonboard! Gives  detailed, step by step instructions for making your own full color 3d dungeon in only a few hours and with just a few dollars of materials available from any dollar store.

Learning how to make your own dungeon stamper is worth a dollar as you'll see just how much you can do with it. But that's not all! Also in the Demonboard issue are the instructions for making your own Demon Block mold. Demon blocks can be used to make walls for your dungeon, pillars, altars, stepped platforms or even ancient ruins for tabletop war-games, or anything else your mind can imagine. 

To all my followers on G+ thanks for all your support over the past year and a half! You've all helped me to grow the Lair game from a strange Fever dream of a world into a real live game!
And more importantly, gave me a reason to keep on creating!
Thanks to all my Blood Reavers! Summer is coming, Stay strong!


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