Running several blogs with overlapping pen-and-paper content has become too much for me, so I have decided to merge the blogs into one.
As of today, Per Aspera ad Inferi and Liber Malum will merge into my main blog: Nerd-O-Mancer of Dork, so be sure to bookmark!
All the old posts up to today is being imported there, and all new content will be hosted there.
I guess it will be some time before all links to game materials is also updated, so please bear with me during the “construction time”.
Thanks for reading and welcome to the new home for Per Aspera ad Inferi and Liber Malum!
Yesterday, I got this book from one of my players (also GM in our Pathfinder game and the designer of said book).
It is an occult history book by the fictive Dr. Cagliostro – investigator of the unknown. Although not a game book per se, this book oozes of cool inspiration for your Call of Cthulhu or Ravenloft games.In fact, it is very much in the style of Van Richten books from Ravenloft. You will find cool stories, steampunk style artefacts (locally built by the author I think) and general gothic feel within the pages of this book.
Good news are that although the book is written and produced in Sweden, it is in English, so you don’t have to take Swedish class to get to it’s goodies.
Here is a web page with more info:
S:t Hexen going on
Dark fantasy town in progress
Coffee, good drawing book from Tiger and some thin pens from Japan.
This started out as S:t Hexen, a small creepy town in Nexus Mundi, but darn, it’s getting out of hand! I think this will be the main town in the area, and S:t Hexen will be much smaller.
This town is situated on a group of islands forming a delta in a large river. I was inspired by an old map of medieval Cork.