Friday, April 10, 2015

7 D&Dables From Doctor Strange

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365-level wizard wants you to live in this crappy castle forever instead of him

Clock pendulum trap

Just show them that

The damsel you saved wasn't meant to be saved

You are divided into several poorly-rounded selves

Some freaks to fight

Each star is scheming against every other

8 comments:

Roger G-S said...

Also, all the spell names.

Alex Blue said...

I'm finding it difficult to pay money for an actual, physical copy of Vornheim? I'm in London, (UK) are there any European distributors? Thought you might know.

Zak S said...

The first edition of Vornheim is officially a "rare book" -- if you manage to find one, it's now worth more than the cover price.
We are working on the 2nd edition now (just fixing typos, basically) and it should be out some time in May or June. Keep an eye on the blog for details.

Reynaldo MadriƱan said...

Dr. Strange is one of those comics I can spend hours reading - at least the Ditko/Lee and Neal Adams/Roy Thomas stuff. He's just this amazing character, even the less awesome stories are full of cool stuff like this.

Alex Blue said...

Thanks. I'll keep my eyes open.

Chris Dunlap said...

Good news about Vornheim (I'd missed out as well)! I'm actually looking forward to hearing about the project you'd mentioned in an interview, which might top the old Realm of Chaos books...

piles said...

"Each star is scheming against every other"

Ah, I like that. And the pillaging orcs (or any other creature) are actually species from another world belonging to another star. I foresee portals and adventures on hostile planets where all and everything is against the players because they are in the wrong place.

piles said...

Or make that pillaging skeletons. As a side effect of the portals, creatures are stripped from their flesh. The same happens when the players go to their world ...