Tag: fantasy


DIY Woolen Cloak with Homemade Wooden Buttons

I show off my homemade wool cloak (for the Reimagined Culture Project, i.e. for Habdur) and describe how I made it.

See also: Princples of Habdur Fashion.

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Principles of Habdur Fashion

homemade wool cloak

For my Reimagined Culture Project—the culture of the ten-acre Realm of Habdur—I need a fashion appropriate to the climate, to the available materials, and to the values and sensibilities of the Habdur people (i.e. me).

To develop it, my foundational principles are:

  • The clothing should be appropriate …
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The Tome of Inspiration

Tome of Inspiration cover

For a while I've been collecting e-books filled with random tables to help generate cool ideas and details for fantasy tabletop RPGs. Some are books made specifically for this purpose (e.g. The Dungeon Alphabet) and others are rulebooks or supplements that happen to include great random tables (e.g …

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Firestarters: First Prototype

Firestarters prototypes

A few weeks ago I printed my first prototypes for Firestarters, card decks I'm designing to help game masters, writers, and other creative nerds come up with ideas through random inspiration. I have three themed decks: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Modern. Each card lists words and phrases in various categories hand-picked …

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Avian Elves

Like my other posts about dwarves and halflings, this is an alternate interpretation of elves compatible with most dungeon fantasy role-playing game rules.

Elves possess predominantly avian features—feathers, leathery legs with knees that bend backwards, owl-like beaks, penetrating eyes. Specific feather styles and color patterns vary considerably between subspecies …

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