Mad Brew reveals his entry for the RPG Superstar 2009 contest. Beat the tar out of your enemies with the Drum of Feeble Flesh for Pathfinder.
Mad Brew utilizes some techno-necromancy and recovers the lost Echelon files from a dead flash drive. With necrotechnic glee, he unleashes Echelon’s version of Gnomes upon the unwary public.
Mad Brew unveils his latest project a combat tracker for D&D (3.x & 4e). While still in development, he provides a look at where he wants to take it as well as a demo to download to check out the look & feel.
Mad Brew describes the process he uses to create characters as he builds a character that will hopefully weather an Age of Worms campaign using the Pathfinder update for D&D 3.5.
Mad Brew is disgruntled about certain periodicals missing from his mailbox, but takes heart knowing the the former Dragon and Dungeon magazines publisher, Paizo, is finding their path with their evolution of 3.5.
Another monster has been caged inside the Mad Menagerie. The Labs has a detailed analysis of the Keymaster, a unique being that guards a forgotten nexus of inter-dimensional gateways.
MadBrew concocts an overview on how Powers work in his custom rules, Echelon. Artifice is used as the sample Power in this article. The Echelon Gaming Sytem is a rank-based d20 conversion.
The Labs continues to attempt its to transmute the tried and test d20 system into new rank based gaming system identified as Echelon. This article describes MadBrewLabs’ success at extracting Archetypes from standard classes.
A new tongue-in-cheek creature has been assembled in the Labs for your viewing pleasure. Warning: If you are offended by sexual innuendoes, then you might not want to read this post! Otherwise, welcome to the Mad Menagerie.
This month’s RPG Carnival is being hosted by Donny the DM over at The Fine Art of the TPK, also known as the Flumph Sanctuary. The topic is homebrew. Homebrew is […]