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What I Would Change about Mythender Today

a.k.a. Sometimes Let’s Lift the Curtain on Design Intent I’ve been thinking off and on over the past year about what I would do differently if I were

Klingon Mythender

A friend sent me this image a few weeks ago, saying that it made him think of Mythender: From the Star Trek wiki: According to Klingon mythology, Kortar (also Kotar) was the first Klingon. He and his mate destroyed the gods who created them, and as punishment, Kortar was condemned to ferry the souls of the

Norden World: What the Wise Women Have Taught You

With Rob Donoghue lately talking about Dungeon World (like his well-founded criticisms of Volley and thoughts on Discern Realities), my attention is turned back to my “Norden World”

Building a Mythender Adventure

One of the things not in the Mythender book is exactly how I go about building an adventure. The structure I use is in the book, but not my thought process. (It’s one of the things that I didn’t realize wasn’t communicated in the book under after the print version was away.) Here’s a step-by-step process:

Mythender in Golarion

Mythender — my award-winning free RPG about deicide — is one year old today! To celebrate, John Compton (Pathfinder Society Organized Play developer) and I put together a 14-page PDF

Initial “Norden World” Notes

Last Friday, I was was inspired by the snow on the ground in Seattle to run a Dungeon World game set in Mythender’s Mythic Norden. Four fantastic people joined me for an evening of sword and sorcery adventure in a land that truly hates them. And between the players and others who heard about the