With April 2016 in the books comes another batch of Micro-Adventures out the door. This month also includes March's single offering which I did not mail because I was failing my insanity checks at work. On to the offerings. All of these are available at my Patreon site for the low, low price of gratis.
To Buy or to Bother is a micro-location. A cool critter with some OCD issues that can make a very colorful encounter. A hidden space underground with a possibility of an interesting role-playing opportunity. I like this one a lot. Had it banging around my head for a while before I could finally work it out.
To Buy or to Bother is a 4" x 6" laminated note card. The corners have been rounded for your protection.
Poisoning Chaos is another micro-location, this one could change a campaign. This creepy, perfect, little cabin with its creepy, perfect, little bard hide a secret that could CHANGE THE WORLD! muhahaha. Or really put the screws to it. This is what happens when good intentions pave the road to hell.
Poisoning Chaos is on a lovely, laminated white cardstock half sheet. Measuring a generous 5.5" x 8.5". And again, the corners have been rounded by Swedish craftsmen to assure the smoothest tactile experience and GM could ever wish for in an laminated, cardstock adventure.
Lastly, but not leastly is The Charcoaler's Ransom. This is what happens when you put yur history in my gaming. Or my gaming into history. Where I take a slice of life from Medieval Times and mix it the plotting mind of Margesh Blackblood. Yeah, my bandit lord is at it again. He knows what he's doing and expects a lucrative and quick payday.
The Charcoaler's Ransom is in zine format. Two variegated sheets of cardstock. Also included are two expertly stapled staples to assist with keeping the cardstock together. Engineers work diligently to make assure the staples were at the most effective distance apart to increase reading enjoyment. However, the picture above has a scary shadow. The scary shadow is not included.