Adventures for 5E and Fate

I’ve been publishing tabletop RPGs since 2006 in Finnish and basically, always the publications have been either my own original RPG systems and settings or supplements for those. For a while already I have wanted to try something different and publish something in English.

During the last winter and spring I released my first English adventures made for a system that was not my own.

Thieves of Earfell cover by dean Spencer

Thieves of Earfell (5E compatible)

Thieves of Earfell is a light-hearted 5E-Compatible Adventure for characters of levels 2 – 5.

The adventure starts when the player characters arrive in a small village of Payala next to a mountain range and large hills. A smallish mountain only a few miles away from the village looks a bit unusual as it happens to resemble a pointy ear – the mountain is called Earfell and a clan of redcaps hides somewhere in its maze-like valleys and caves.

The adventurers are hired by a retired toymaker, Santor Claos, to retrieve his stolen stockpile of toys. Soon after the adventurers enter the redcaps’ lair, they will find out that something is very wrong…

Get Thieves of Earfell here

The Broken Knight cover by Hans Zenjuga

The Broken Knight (Powered by Fate)

The Broken Knight is a science fiction adventure taking place on a damaged space station. This adventure is designed to be used in a space opera setting and it uses the Fate Core system by default, but it should be easy to adapt it to other settings and popular RPG systems. There are some ideas and notes for rules and setting conversions at the end of the adventure.

Adventure Synopsis

The adventure takes place in a wrecked space station that is designated as Setha Station. The station was recently boarded by an imperial automated patrol craft and the situation escalated. The station crew was not able to fend off the boarding party, but they managed to send an emergency message before they died either defending the station or in an attempted escape.
A handful of station crew members tried to flee in a spacecraft, but their escape was cut short by the imperial patrol craft and their ship was critically damaged. As their desperate last effort they sacrificed their lives by ramming their ship into the imperial patrol craft. This resulted in serious damage to the station, but not its complete destruction.
After the assault on the station both, the Empire and the Alliance has sent their teams to the station. An imperial cruiser is en route to the station ready to seize the control of the station and Alliance has sent the closest team they could find to quickly recover the Setha station’s most valuable asset – a holostack storing a digital personality and all the critical data on the research done at the Setha Station.
Get the Broken Knight here.

[Minis] Hero Forge miniatures review


We started a Dungeons & Dragons campaign with my three oldest kids in June (we have an Obsidian Portal page for the campaign, but it’s in Finnish…) and for the first couple of times we did not use any minis, but then I found some of my old fantasy minis stored in boxes with miniature bitz. I had some old Lord of the Rings and Warhammer Fantasy Battle minis and a few collectible D&D miniatures, but not that many figures for the heroes. First we browsed through the Reaper Miniatures‘ selection and found a couple miniatures that did the job, but then I remembered Hero Forge custom miniatures. I checked their website and it seemed to have a range of selection with all the needed options.

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[One-Page Dungeon] The Temple of Judgement

This patron supported map was originally published on Patreon in February 2016.

In the city of Vasciza all criminals are not tried in the court. Crimes commited against people who have faith in the old gods are taken into the Temple of Judgement. There the devout priests of Vaaka – the blind god with a black and a white hand – will bring the felons before the avatar of Vaaka, who will decide their final fate and judgement in an age-old ceremony of sentencing.

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