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Link Advice #16

“This blog will be an attempt to draw all the creatures Lovecraft ever wrote about or mentioned.” Head over to Michael Bukowski’s blog to discover which creatures of H.P. Lovecraft he drew in one…

Link Advice #16

“This blog will be an attempt to draw all the creatures Lovecraft ever wrote about or mentioned.” Head over to Michael Bukowski’s blog to discover which creatures of H.P. Lovecraft he drew in one…

Link Advice #15

For German fans of the RPG DSA: Android Character sheet (via rollenspiel-almanach) GMPC? Have a look at the RPG Glossary at Gnome Stew to find out. Great illustrated Soviet Russian version of…

Link Advice #14

Weird treasure containers All scholars and cartographers; check out the resource of OnlineClasses.org offering 83 links for cartography geeks! Step 14 published an article about the Earthdawn…

Link Advice #13

Books commit suicide……… Great reversible Dice Bags from Dragon chow Dicebags (via Stargazer) Shadowrun promo video “A night’s work” from 1990 (via Rollenspiel-Almanach) 1999 Russian…

Which RPG to play? Find out with the RPG selection chart

Inkwell Idea’s made a selection chart with over 90 RPG systems/games that guides you to your favorite RPG. The first versions of the selection chart didn’t include Earthdawn, but the chart has been…

Link Advice #12

The Geomorphs Dungeon Tiles provided and made by “A character for every game” offer almost endless dungeon variations for your game. (via Rollenspiel Almanach) Great Earthdawn 3rd Edition…

Link Advice #12

The Geomorphs Dungeon Tiles provided and made by “A character for every game” offer almost endless dungeon variations for your game. (via Rollenspiel Almanach) Great Earthdawn 3rd Edition…

Link Advice #11

Collection of the worst Sci-fi/Fantasy book covers (via ED_Chronicler’s forum post) Those pictures of a sulfur mine in the crater of the Kawah Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia are very…

Interactive map of the RPG community

I love maps! One of my favorite TV shows was/is “Mit offenen Karten” (Le dessous des cartes) of the German/French TV broadcaster ARTE that explains the world with maps. Also the map of online…

15 must see websites about Earthdawn

The following selection of Earthdawn web pages represents the “must see” pages for Earthdawn fans and beginners. I chose those which are up to date, most informing or offer the best downloads. 1. …

Link advice #10

Mongoose publishing released the 84th issue of Signs & Portents including an article about bizarre flora and fauna of Barsaive 20 great fantasy style fonts Project Indigo is a concept by…

Link Advice #9

Good article about Earthdawn vs. D&D 4th Edition The One Page Dungeon Codex 2009 Deluxe is a free, system neutral dungeon source for every gamemaster @ RPGNow, Drivethru A project by “A… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Link Advice #8

Lord of the Rings – Armoury of the Third Age Icon Pack The winning entries of the “One Page Dungeon” contest have been announced. A D20 is nothing special. But a D20 Soap on a Rope is. Hand crafted LOTR hobbit dolls house (AWESOME!!!) even more here Earthdawn Third Edition Character Sheet (English) released on the polish “Earthdawn Ajfla” blog (via seth)

Link Advice #7

How could Kaers look like? The turkish city of Derinkuyu offers some inspiration. More info about Derinkuyu is also offered on Allen Varney’s page. Hexagonal Graph Papers by papersnake (found via Rollenspielalmanach) Joshua Fontany aka Telarus shows us again some art from his quick sketch course. (via RB forum) One Monk Miniatures chose the 1st April to make an announcement that

Link Advice #6

Some Earthdawn wallpapers of the German publisher Games-in-vlg Neat small personality creator Not long ago the deviantArt Earthdawn Gallery opened up. An absolute must. How D&D or RPG’s in general can influence writers Dragonsfoot.org offers various floor plans of taverns, dungeons and whole buildings The Greek mythology can serve as one of the biggest saga, heroes and

Link Advice #5

Remember Digger’s digital art? Or his topographical maps? He recently showed us his newest digital art of Les Edwards’ Parlainth image on the RedBrick forum. Three old Earthdawn articles from the magazines Pyramid #10, #16 and Shadis #45 (found via Drucifer’s forum post) Use the Monster Encyclopedia for inspiration when you are planning to create new creatures. D&D Origami paper

Link Advice #4

Looking for Earthdawn miniatures? At nobleknight.com are several old heartbreaker miniatures still available, unfortunately without any preview pics. But you can find pics of the minis at the miniatures gallery on the RedBrick forum. (via Annunaki’s forum entry) Random Cave Map Generator. Did I mention this one already? Just check it out. Medieval Demographics provides some numbers for