Trespasser. Thief. Heathen. You have defiled the Sanctum of Our Lady, profaned the Unutterable Pact, and stolen the sacramental wafer. Your actions are a crime against god and countryman. The evidence is absolute. The sentence is death. What do you plead?Inquisitor Veritia
The Inquisitor of Infernus is a short screenplay that I wrote as part of my screenwriting class. It’s based on a D&D character concept I never ended up playing.
The nice thing about writing screenplays you never plan to produce is that you can go as over the top with budget and special effects as you want.
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There are wandering heroes, martial artists and magicians, who stand up for the common people and enforce justice in an unjust world.
Tian Xia is a Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition campaign setting based on the wuxia / xianxia genres in Chinese fiction. The idea is to convert the standard D&D setting that most players are familiar with into Eastern fantasy while changing as little as possible.
I wrote this setting because I wanted to run a D&D game with a twist on the usual setting. Feel free to use it for your own games if you like.
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some sought to understand the cause of the Flood, but none could. the water must have come from somewhere, they reasoned, but where could you store enough water to drown the world? and so as time went by they lost interest in that quest, and in time most records of the Flood were lost. all that remained was the Sea.razorborne, Ossia dossier
In 2016, my friend razorborne from the Magic: the Gathering fan site No Goblins Allowed created a fantasy setting called Fleets of Ossia. In this setting, various isles of fantasy creatures wage war for control of the Infinite Sea. I was fascinated by his setting and so helped him create some supplemental materials for it.
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Solphos is a fantasy setting inspired by cyberpunk, art deco, and classical European alchemy. It is the setting of my game The Weight of a Soul.
I created Solphos in 2012 as a fan fiction setting for the Magic: the Gathering card game. In Magic, each card set is tied to a particular fantasy setting. In keeping with this tradition, when I designed my homebrew card sets Solphos and Fool’s Gold, I created a fantasy setting for those cards to inhabit.
Later I wrote an extensive setting guide, which became the basis of several other sketches and writing projects, including The Weight of a Soul itself. I’ve listed these other works in the foreword of the setting guide.
A Planeswalker’s Guide to Solphos