With a wonky work schedule (which is humble, coy code for "100-hour weeks that zombify me") and honeymooning and con season and assorted nonsense, I tend to forget all the cool stuff that goes on in my little plot of the irradiated wastelands.
Such as this thing:
That, my merry mutants, is the cover to Jungle Castle Rock Apocalypse, by Formal Friend Of The Field Guide, Dustin Brandt (of Fire In The Jungle fame).
It's a "a post-apocalypse fantasy role-playing setting and adventure supplement...more like Ralph Bakshi's Wizards than Mad Max."
And my favorite thing about it? It's chock full o' monsters from this very blog! Mr. Brandt handpicked his favorite, "most jungle-y" specimens, and set them loose in his product!
That. Is. AWESOME. So go buy his magazine and/or PDF. It's a bargain!
And Our Friendly Neighborhood Sniderman kindly reminded me that I completely spaced on mentioning this little gem.
Remember my "Ruins Of Woebrook" adventure I posted, then yanked, a few months back? Well, here's why I pulled it...
It's been published! Yep, I'm a fancy big-city author now, thanks to those dandy dudes at Skirmisher Publishing (who do the snazzy Wisdom From The Wastelands series).
Here's a link, if you are so inclined to splurge on a scenario summed up thusly by one of my players:
"What the hell is wrong with you?"
I can't think of a better review.