Tag: fantasy


February 2018 Newsletter

This year is proving to be off to a productive start! Earlier last month when I moved to do some serious running I sadly found a lot of my progress on ThreeFold Seer Vol. 2 to be missing. Apparently, an entire series of chapters from 21 back to 13 had simply vanished. The next two […]


Darker Dungeons: The Power of Polities

“There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” -Alexander the Great World creation is one of the toughest and most challenging skills one can undertake in writing. Part of the problem stems not from just the characters and peoples within it, but also the various political entities that inhabit it. It is one thing […]


Nov & Dec 2017 Newsletter

A month has passed and a small unexpected hiatus. This last month or so a lot of change in my life caused an abrupt shifted in my life. I have a new puppy as well as a new day job which has changed life enough for me to lose track of time. In particular, this […]


Happy Samhain, LITS ALPHA IS HERE!

The fae will pierce the veil and walk among the kindred of mortals soon! Or so they claim in the various forms across the Nine Worlds of the Oak Cross! For those who celebrate Samhain, enjoy, set the table for your loved ones and remember to respect the old gods. For those who are going […]


Darker Dungeons: The Empire

“We have been tested, but we have emerged stronger. We move forward as one people: the Imperial citizens of the first Galactic Empire. We will prevail. Ten thousand years of peace begins today.” -Declaration of New Order, the Galactic Empire What is so interesting about the The Empire is the various opportunities it offers as a backsetting […]


Who the Sierd are Errants?

“Blood is the currency we pay, to live” -The First Revelation To live and die at the behest of a sworn master is not an easy task. Most Errants question their liege silently and behind their backs. Though they are the preeminent warriors of the Triad, the Errant Class are carefully watched for any sign […]


Themes: The Weird West

“Mm. I was always more comfortable around numbers than people. I could control numbers. “ The Swede, Hell on Wheels If Dreadpunk had a western cousin then it would be the Weird West, a fantasy driven genre which takes the American romanticized Wild West and injects all the beloved mythology often attached to it. The […]


What the Sierd is Meta?

“We serve the Empire with distinction and honor.” The will of the Empire can at times require great sacrifice and on pushing aside prejudice to accomplish something. Meta, a rare form of Tek, allows for the modification of Soulgiven and gifts them with the ability to draw Psi energy from internalized batteries found inside their […]


Darker Dungeons: The Five Races

“Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.” -J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings We have delved repeatedly into how to build a world and manipulate the points of interest that go into designing it. This is our opening work which allows the creator to decide the basics of the world, and how to […]


Themes: Dreadpunk

“What we both are. I have run from the darkness for so long… only to find myself in a place darker still. ” -Vanessa Ives, Penny Dreadful What lurks in the shadows around a street corner? What requires eldritch fright to power its cthonian power? Is it the second coming of prophecies long forgotten? Or […]