November has been and gone, and my it was a busy one! Thanks to everybody who took part in our little Blog Carnival about Gunpowder, Treason and Plots!
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Blog Carnival without going through all the fantastic posts people put together! So here is a summary! (If I have missed one, please let me know! There were so many awesome ones I might have missed it!).
- Over at Hamell.net they have “Treason at the finest kind” which is about a high-class fantasy inn! Of course, everything isn’t quite what it seems over at The Finest Kind… where the bartender was a famous criminal and his secret is getting out!
- Campaign Mastery have a post which takes a much deeper look into betrayal and treason within an RPG setting!
- The blog Crazy Ivan (what a superb name!) has a setting outline for Changling available based in seattle!
- Mr Lizard (a blog honest!) has three post available for this topic, Mask of Infinite Alignment, Dagger of Silent Slaying and Ten Fold Pouch! Items for everyone!
- Red Dice Diaries gives us an insight into the stereotyping of treason plots and how we can make them more interesting and complex! Then they follow up with another article with a small scenario about the invasion of the pod people!
- Tales of a GM explains to us how a treason plot and a set of unfortunate circumstances blew up a game!
- Game Knight Reviews has a lovely article that goes and has a look at history’s famous assassinations and what we can learn from them!
- And last but by no means least! Heretic Werks has a brilliant set of tables filled with adventure hooks, rumours and other things for use in your game!
A simply FANTASTIC selection of blog posts that you really, really should be hunting through to get reading for inspiration, ideas and other wonderful information! Go have a read and a nosy through and you will find plenty of information!
Want to take part in the Blog Carnival? Simply have a nosy at the wiki page all about it over here! It has been an absolute pleasure and joy to have taken part this month, looking forward to next time!