Obsessions rarely work out for the best, but chaos makes them interesting… -Anonymous
We’ve all heard them over the years, and in every story there is a grain of truth…
“While traveling you stumble upon…um…you stumble upon…”
A book of unique and interesting recipes for health.
Extras and alternate “headliners” for The Carnival of Forgotten Souls and other traveling shows
A series of letters concerning Thurgul, his followers, and the High Priest Yannuzar.
Some places are better left undisturbed…you never know what may be waiting there for you.
Although lost in the mists of myth and time, there are some things known of this Ã¢??manÃ¢?Â and his Ã¢??godÃ¢?Â.
There is a new threat to mankind coming and it’s all due to poor craftsmanship…
Ã¢??Staring too long may prove to be your undoing, George…
donÃ¢??t say I didnÃ¢??t warn you.Ã¢?Â
Lion Man in The Carnival of Forgotten Souls
Feral boy in The Carnival of Forgotten Souls
“Missing Link” in The Carnival of Forgotten Souls
Tattooed lady in The Carnival of Forgotten Souls
Thin man & knife thrower in The Carnival of Forgotten Souls
Ringmaster of the Carnival of Forgotten Souls
Come one, come all! Lords and Ladies welcome! Enter through the gates and be amazed!
I have fled in the shape of the raven of prophetic speech
A member of the Branid family of were ravens.
Just a few annoying items to spice up your games. Equipment, although needed, is rarely thought of as cursed. So I thought of a few annoying, and not too dangerous ones.
A culture has a tradition of wearing animal pelts as a sign of status or job. Carpenters might wear beaver skins, Masons have a moleskin hood to their cloak, Gaurdsmen might have badger pelts. Done to show the culture's respect for nature and how much of nature is equal to each other.