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The Hidden Tomb of Slaggoth The Necromancer by Nick Whelan

    Awhile back I posted a map, The Hidden Tomb of Slaggoth the Necromancer, Nick Whelan at Paper and Pencils contacted me and asked if he could write up a module for it.  Like everything I post here, it’s free to be used by anyone so long as I get the credit for it.  We emailed back and forth, but this is totally his work, all I did was draw the map that inspired him. Nick and his cohorts did a great job putting it all together.  It was a lot fun getting the rough drafts as he worked on it, seeing the artwork added to it as it progressed.  It is absolutely fascinating for me to see what someone else does with one of my maps. I love the cover art, and there is a picture of the rope bridge on page 7 that was a perfect match to what I saw in my mind when I drew it on the map.   Nick wanted me to post his module here as well, so click this link to download it.  It’s free, and I’d love to hear what anyone thinks of it.  Great Job Nick, I look forward to seeing more of your work.

Slaggoth Cover

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3 Responses to “The Hidden Tomb of Slaggoth The Necromancer by Nick Whelan”


  1. 1 patrickwesleymcgill
    September 8, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Very cool! I love the overall feeling of the module. What OSR rules do you generally use?


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    This blog came into being after I discovered the OSR blog scene. I was inspired by Dyson Logos and his blog, specifically his geomorph project. Check out his awesome work: "Dyson's Dodecahedron" The style and the simple elegance of his 10 x 10 squares put me on a mapping roll. I have blatently (...and respectfully) emulated his style and now have pages upon pages of geomorphs. Along with more location specific maps in that same style.

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