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Eldritch, gonzo, science-fantasy, post-apocalypse!

Between books 2 and 3, I'm crowdfunding a series of Cha'alt adventures - Cha'alt and Cha'alt: Fuchsia Malaise available as rewards!  19th Kickstarter, so I know what I'm doing (except when it comes to marketing and promotion, I'm sure).

Here's the link:

Thanks for checking it out, and tell everyone!


p.s. Wish I knew how to add pictures.  :(

If anyone cares, Kevin Crawford released a free version of Worlds Without Number:

Intriguing little Kickstarter running for a source/setting book of a Post Apocalyptic Fantasy world.
Not much to go on currently but the author seems willing to answer questions in the comments and does have an active blog.

Probably a niche interest (especially if it does stay at the 1000 print limit), but anything that lists Patrick Stuart's books as inspiration is worth taking a look at.

Inferno - Dante's Guide to Hell for 5e

The KS ended a few days ago, but this one takes a literature accurate look at Dante's Divine Comedy. The artwork, theme, everything.

Kinda surprised no one has done this before, but probably for the best it's happening now and that an Italian team is working on it. I wouldn't trust this to the West Coast crowds; God knows what they'd do to this story.


The Campaign Setting is divided into two parts

Inferno - Dante's Guide to Hell (the "Red One") is our "Player's Handbook" and completely focuses on character creation and options, setting rules, and a deep description of the Inferno itself. It could be read by players, and it explains why the PCs are there, who they are, what they could do in hell, and how to leave this supernatural realm.

Inferno - Virgilio's Untold Tales (the "Blue One") is our "Game Master's Guide" + "Monster Manual", with adventures, perils, game hooks, special equipment, a whole campaign, and the bestiary, together with a deeper description of the Inferno as a sandbox, to be used after the end of the campaign.


In Inferno, players are all Lost Ones, living beings forced to enter Hell for some reason and to complete their voyage to the Last Gate, the only exit, before losing their Hope.

They could be from any world or plane, and of course from our Earth, but when entering Hell they will appear as a unique feature, primarily forged by their virtues and sins in an otherworldly look.

They are alive and they could stay alive during the whole voyage, like Dante was in his, but the Inferno itself, with its demons, damned souls, and perils will try to catch them and enslave forever them in it.

So, the main challenge of the Lost Ones is not to face and defeat the damned and monsters, but to keep their path and their Hope during the voyage.

They cannot die there. They cannot be defeated. They cannot lose the way to the last Gate.

But they could despair, fail, and be damned forever.

Are you ready to face this Inferno?

This guy runs a blog I follow about Battletech. He has some cool retro-inspired (Buck Rogers serial numbers filed off) minis he's doing a KS for. Looks neat.


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