Yesterday I received my new favorite thing of gaming in the mail, Mythhoard. This box was jammed pack of cool stuff. Old stuff and new stuff. I enjoy it all.
This array of fantastic gaming stuff come from +Peter Regan and his company Squarehex. He's done a bunch of Kickstarters for his adventure mapping pads. He gives you some cool sample of what you get. And a copy of the 9th issue of Oubliette. Peter has been doing Oubliette way before I even thought of doing a zine. I don't think Peter gets enough credit for being one of the first folks I knew that put out an old school zine.
This is the second time +David Guyll and Melissa Fisher from Awful Good Games has been in the Mythoard box. I couldn't find a link to their store...if anyone has one please let me know. Lichfield expands on the Mythoard Exclusive world. It is written for Dungeon World, a game I've never played, but I am interested to try. But even if you don't like DW, this adventure is a lot of fun. I scimmed through it and has a few ideas right away on how to convert and use it.
Grrr, this sideways picture of For Rent, Lease or Conquest comes from AAW, which stands for Adventure a Week. This is one of the aspects about Mythoard I enjoy, being introduced to new gaming companies. This is a well done, full-color adventure. I love the look of this book. I'll have to give it a thorough read through.
+Johua De Santo from Genius Loci Games penned Tower of the Everflame. Another entry into the Mythoard exclusive game world. I love the form of this. Last month +Jarrod Shaw did the same for one I wrote. I like that they can be placed in a 3-ring binder. Joshua gives you a creepy weird place to drop into your game and another fantastic entry into the Mythoard world.
Lastly a couple of old Judges Guild products. I can never have enough of these. And these are still in the shrink wrap.
+Mythoard knocked this one out of the park...again. I believe this is the 5th offering and everyone I've gotten has been fantastic. I hope it continues on for a long time.