Welcome to the Flaming Faggot

Callovia is called "the boundless empire" yet you have managed to find its northern border - a notorious roadhouse deep within the Madrasan Marches on the edge of the wilds of Llanvirnesse. The sign above the door reads "Flaming Faggot," which would suggest a cozy, homey inn with fresh biscuits served at teatime if not for the severed troll heads mounted on pikes at the gate.

As you cross the threshold the raucous din quiets momentarily as all eyes dart to the door and calloused hands drop instinctively to well-worn sword hilts. The threat, instantly assessed, is dismissed and roadhouse patrons go about their business hardly missing a beat.

Grim, hard-eyed men huddle around tables in close conversation thick with conspiracy; caravan guards gamble away their earnings; Caemric rangers sit close to the fireplace cooking the damp of the Black Annis from their clothes as they warm their innards with Red Dragon Ale; minstrels play and buxom wenches dance for the pleasure of men who pay them little attention - until they need a companion to warm their bed.

As you approach the bar, a huge, bald barman with a greatsword slung across his back slides a mug of freshly-pulled ale towards you, its frothy head dripping over the rim.

"Pull up a seat, lad," he says, "and let me tell you a tale of high adventure."

Friday, April 22, 2016

A Character Record for Deluxe Tunnels & Trolls

Ever since I started playing Tunnels & Trolls, back in November, I've been on the lookout for a good character sheet, and to date I haven't found one that was able to accommodate all the information that I like to have on hand, especially adequate equipment and spell lists.  After all, the well-prepared dungeon delver is going to want to be fully equipped to deal with every eventuality, and you need a character sheet to keep all your stuff organized.

So I decided to make my own; it's a two page file in landscape view, which is meant to be printed on both sides of a single sheet of paper and then folded in half to create a compact 5.5" x 8.5" booklet.  I've posted images of what the pages look like below, and anyone who is interested can download the PDF here:  http://sabercathost.com/1kvC/DT&T_character_folio_(2_pg).pdf



Front and Back Covers

Interior Pages

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