Friday, 24 May 2013



Martin Garner and I decided to co-write an AGE module for use with our groups and share it with you guys.
Animal companions are plot centric to this module as is survival against nature as a central theme.

Hope you enjoy the opportunity to play a module that is a little different, where the land itself is as dangerous as any foe and hyper realistic survival elements come to the fore.

To save a version of this that you want, click file in the top left and choose a format to download.

See you at the table!

Please note, the version you can see isn't quite as well formatted as the version in my document page, but odd things happened via the share transition process.

New Articles Label On Blog

Dear readers/Viewers. Just a little communication to say that this blog now has a new label which can of course be accessed from the top of the page, called: Articles.
This will catalogue the articles I write that get officially published online at other places or with information about non internet article publishing, such as an ink and paper physical magazine.

Monday, 20 May 2013

Zombie Development

In the name of all things zombies I am in personal development, as and where I can find the time right now. Working a lot of other projects at this time.

As further inspiration to my RPG dev thinking I made this purchase

Monday, 13 May 2013

Dark Angels vs Necrons 1K pts: Warhammer 40,000

800th Post!

Thanks to those of you who have subscribed to the blog so far. This is a message to announce my 800th post on here!

Yikes, what a long way to have come, with a blog that is really multi-faceted in its content.
The original idea (and one I've adhered to I think) was to make the blog be a collection of every project I put my name to, sort of an online portfolio if you like -

  • Handy for me to remember what I've made so far
  • Handy for you to follow everything I've ever done or ever will (or cherry pick of it)
  • Handy for anyone interested in hiring me for whatever function (see aforementioned multi-faceted nature)

So, thanks again, for reading this my 800th post. Here's to the next 800 projects...


(the list doesn't show up as 800, but there's 800 on file here at my end...silly silliness is silly.