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Sunday, October 6, 2013

Review - The Gnomes of Levnec (OSR / NGR Low Level Adventure)

When is a Gnome not a Gnome? When it one of The Gnomes of Levnec! (insert evil laugh here)

I smiled, I cringed, smiled some more and nearly did a dry heave (well, maybe not that far, but certainly more than a cringe). Yep, this is that kind of adventure.

Things are not as they seem, and even when seen, they aren't what they are. Damn, I'm getting obscure.

You know what? Let me tell you what I want. I want 2 dozen pages or so and a map detailing the region of whatever fucked up world the town of Levnec is situated in. This is my kind of setting - weird enough to be disturbing, yet grounded enough to make the disturbing truly disturbing.

I think I've found my Halloween adventure for the new S&W campaign - I just need to have my party find themselves someplace new on the full moon or some such. It's a mystery perfect for the abilities of young murder hobos.

It's a dual stated adventure for both OSR systems and NGR (by +Zzarchov Kowolski )

Oh, layout is great and the art is on the money.

Okay, one complaint - the background of each page is is a grayish watermark - it's going to kill my ink when I print this out. And yes, I will print this out...

1 comment:

  1. The background watermark is on a separate layer to the text and art and can be switched off in Acrobat Reader 6 or later. That should solve that problem!