Archive of the Rotted MoonPosted: February 3, 2011 Filed under: blogs, ideas, inspiration 1 Comment
Just a shout out to one of the fun blogs I’ve been enjoying lately:
Archive of the Rotted Moon is by Michael Curtis. He is also the mind behind The Society of Torch, Pole and Rope and is the author of The Dungeon Alphabet.
I’m getting a real kick out of the campaign logs for his Labyrinth Lord game run on his world of “The Rotted Moon.” His campaign seems equal parts Clark Ashton Smith and Jack Vance, with a healthy dose of Edgar Rice Burroughs pulpy action thrown in.
(Disclosure: I illustrated ‘C is for Caves’ and ‘X is for Xenophobia’ in The Dungeon Alphabet, but I don’t get a percentage of sales, so I am not trying to line my pocket by encouraging you to buy a copy. I just think it’s a damn fine book and worth every penny of the 9.99 that Goodman Games is charging for it!)
Thanks for the plug!
I'm astounded as to how many people follow that blog, which was mainly put together for my players and so I could remember what happened in past sessions. I'm glad though that people enjoy experiencing our games vicariously.