Crimson Dawn Adventure Synopsis #22

 by Silveressa It’s been almost 2 months now since I last updated Crimson Dawn, due in part to the hectic schedules of the holidays making time to sit down and write a synopsis (or even run a game) hard to come by. These real life obligations combined with a nasty case of food poisoning; conspired […]

Hierarchy of Evil

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by Malcolm E. Hays Introduction Many GMs have a tough time working out some of the details in a campaign. To be honest, designing a campaign can be a lot of work, especially when you have other things that also occupy your time like school and work. GMs like to put as much detail into […]

Crimson Dawn Adventure Synopsis #21

 by Silveressa “In light of this whole zombie plague I’m thinking they’re going to have to redefine R.I.P to Rise in Putrescence.” –Riley, recalling the usual gravestone markings. “How about Rot In Pieces?” –Jessy, proving acronyms can mean whatever the reader intends. Adventure #21 A cold wind buffets the vehicles as the hiss of static […]

Colourful Combat Descriptions

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By Rana Loreus 1.     Bring the Combatants to Life The barbarian berserker let loose with a cry of savage wildness, and throws himself at his opponent, a swordsman dressed in midnight black. Even as the berserker let loose a torrent of blows at the swordsman, the swordsman’s composure remains calm, and with a smug smile […]

Crimson Dawn Adventure Synopsis #20

by Silveressa “I can’t help but wonder if this whole undead business is restricted to humans or if it affects animals too.” –Riley, pondering the effects of “the wave.” “You do know humans are just another animal in the grand scheme of evolution right? –Renee, showing off her intellect yet again. “Ssh! Not so loud, […]

Crimson Dawn Adventure Synopsis #19

by Silveressa “Thomas Baker? An interesting name for a Bakery store owner.” –Heather, musing over their new acquaintances name. “Back in the day it was common for people to have last names based on their profession. Smith would be a blacksmith, Carpenter a woodworker, and so forth. –Renee, showing off her intellect. “If that’s true, […]