Following the steps of Humza K, I present to you a collection of blog posts (mostly from August and September) that I found inspirational.
- Edward Lang-Whiston has been writing about weird worlds (Spheres in the Troika! nomenclature): The Neverwoods, The Garden Lands, Hellgaaz, and The Switchboard. While we're at is, here's a generator of machines that can take you across the planes of existence.
- Lawful Neutral has recently made two d100 tables that could be really useful for horror-themed and/or gothic games like Ravenloft, Ghastly Affair, or Krevborna. The first lists 100 room types in a mansion, while the other presents 100 haunted house effects to go with them.
- Ben L. has written about the lessons he learnt while assembling his upcoming zine. If you want to make your own zine, it's an invaluable read! For those who mostly wish to consume, I present two older articles discussing City State of the Invincible Overlord and the City State of the World Emperor.
- Jonathan Newell recently posted descriptions and portraits for all the player characters in his campaign. If you haven't seen anything of Hex before, I urge you to check out this short overview of the setting and this awesome post showcasing the mad mapping skills of Jonathan!
- Diogo Nogueira has been writing about his upcoming setting book for Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells. As usual, there are a bunch of random tables to accompany the text. Here's the first post in the series.
- Emmy Allen has made a slick subsystem for astral projection. Also check out her preliminary thoughts on an oceanic abysscrawl.
- Not really new, but I don't think these two posts of Lungfungus have been talked about enough: a procedurally generated hexcrawl (link to the procedures in the post) and a large bestiary using John Bell's encounter table format.