This is just such an excellent tool! A Shadow of the Demon Lord NPC generator! Gonna use the hell out of this.
Yeah, and while you’re here, check out the moodboard for Brackish (aka Brakkvann), my upcoming SotDL campaign
I’ve been drawing a lot on my iPad Pro lately, so I thought it would be a nice change to go back to paper for a bit. Here’s the map I came up with, and I think it turned out well. The top version has a digitally added background (an old paper texture), but the bottom version is a pure vanilla scan from my paper journal.
The Island Seis is not your typical tourist destination. Rowdy pirates? Check. Dour swamp? Thirsty mosquitoes? Malicious voodoo witches? Check. Check. Check. But then, these nasty factors work in favour of those who hang out here. It’s an unwelcoming pirate haven, slightly, but not too far off from, some very lucrative trade routes. And that suits the inhabitants just fine.
Seis has two ports: Crapola and Port Fyshbite. Both towns are located within a protective lagoon, Crapola to the southwest and Port Fyshbite to the northeast.
Crapola has about 500 permanent residents, and about twice Continue reading
The red marks are demon lord statue locations.
The marsh to the west is very unsafe, full of Skavens worshipping Slaners.
The lake to the east is not safe. There are squid-skulls mutated by the presence of Cthulhu, lurking about.
The railroad tunnel project south-east of town accidentally broke through a wall to an old Nurgle temple. It was quickly sealed off and the tunnel is mostly safe again, if you disregard those workers slowly turning yellow and undead.
South-west of town, up in the mountains, some berserker dwarves are excavating out a old statue of Khorne. All who approach the place also go berserk.
Sixton is a murky town in a dark world. But we were in need of a map for our weekly Shadow of the Demon Lord campaign, so I drew one. I used my new and shiny iPad Pro + Pencil for this project, so if you want the map without the red marks, it’s easy to fix. Let me know and I’ll whip up a new version.
A hundred years ago, the Faerie Queen stripped the Gnomes of their Faerie talents and banished them, for a crime everybody remembers. Their incessant tinkering with technology and technomancy was all fine and good, up until the tar-powered steam engine started dragging itself through the landscape on iron rails.
Some say the Faerie Queen overreacted when the she Continue reading
After the maddening success of my D&D 5e Zero HP flowchart, I bring you: Shadow of the Demon Lord, damage flowchart!
I’ll be the first to admit it urgently needs more demonic flavour sprinkled all over it, but at least it conveys the information it should.
Any corrections will likely be incorporated in the next version. Enjoy!