Ticking Teeth – Part 4

Ticking Teeth – Part 4

Amoz Brokenhorn hated guard duty. Long hours staring at nothing, not allowed to do anything fun. And if someone did come to raid the clan, you were first to be attacked. Some of the others slacked off, playing games and drinking. Amoz never like the risk though. The boss got mad if he caught guards slacking off. There were worse jobs he put the goof-offs to doing. Currently, the two others in his group were doing just that. They were bashing away at each other with sticks like they were swords. So it…continue reading →
Ticking Teeth – Part 3

Ticking Teeth – Part 3

Winkur Glovewright stood, gazing with pleasure at the completed airship before him. The Flying Colossus was a grand ship. His speed and comfort were unequaled. Glovewright planned to wine and dine local nobles and merchants on a cruise around the area. He expected a healthy number of orders for ships like the Colossus in the future. “I think we have outdone ourselves this time Ambergris!” The goblin smiled back while watching the golems load supplies for their first excursion in the ship. “Yes, he is everything I imagined, and more.” Winkur glowed with…continue reading →
Ticking Teeth – Part 2

Ticking Teeth – Part 2

Ambergris mulled over the design challenge Winkur had given him. It was the most difficult challenge so far, and he wanted to impress the gnome. The core of the steam powered golem was Winkur’s most recent obsession. His tinkering on the power system was taking up most of his time, and so he had Ambergris looking into the best designs for limbs to attach to it. It felt good knowing that Winkur trusted him enough to help in designing his newest project. However, that pleasure was muted the pain of the bruises around…continue reading →
Ticking Teeth – Part 1

Ticking Teeth – Part 1

The cold wind blew down the mountain valley, bleak like the young goblin’s prospects. He barely knew what had happened. His dad had been in charge of the others. They had dashed to do his bidding. But something bad had happened. His mom and dad had fought with some of the others. Not the simple play fights from before, but the more angry battling the goblin dogs did sometimes where blood leaked. When it ended, only his mom was still standing. Dad and their enemies lay on the floor not moving. He had…continue reading →

Goblin Punk Features

Greetings, Damon from Shotgun Angel Games here. Today I am going to give you a look at some features of our upcoming adventure Goblin Punk for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Many premade adventures you find for your Pathfinder games are for low level groups. They are a handy way to start out a fresh game, but once you are several sessions and level into a game, they lose some or all of thier utility. Of course there are adventures for higher level groups out there, but we wanted to make Goblin Punk applicable…continue reading →