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5E [Blog article series] Amazing real places used for RPG

killerklown

osrdread.blogspot.com
I recently joined a facebook group named “RPG Worldbuilders Visual Inspiration and Prompts”. What I’ve seen there triggered again my lust for writing.
So I started a new series of posts, based on real places in our world, and what would they mean in an OSR dungeonverse.

The first post (linked just before) is about the living tree root bridges and what they would mean for a fantasy setting or the dungeonverse
 

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killerklown

osrdread.blogspot.com
I continue presenting Real Places and twist what these would mean in a fantasy RPG contest. This architectural piece brought me to muse about fire-fighting in a fantasy setting (and why fire-spells, i.e. fireballs need to be banned out of cities)
 

Zardnaar

Legend
Often had this thought with various natural features.

There's a valley in Russia where the CO can kill you, the Crystal Caves in Mexico, that mesa in Venezuela etc.
 

killerklown

osrdread.blogspot.com
What do you mean by CO (carbone monoxyde?)
If you have cool pictures, post them here, maybe i'll integrate them in my musings ;)
Anyway, thanks for your interest @Zardnaar
 






killerklown

osrdread.blogspot.com
Small pause in the "real places in RPG":
For an upcoming OSR-styled Sci-Fi Horror game, I've created some art.
And i wanted to share it with you all !
 


killerklown

osrdread.blogspot.com
The fifth instalment in my "real places in RPG"-post series is finally there.
This time we jump into the cold waters of scotland and marine folklore
 



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