Content: A Grift escaping, bridge crossing daycare crawl.
Writing: A harrowing race against the clock, full of misdirection, misery, and oblique references to nearly every variety of child endangerment.
Art/design: Delicate splashes of color and texture engage this print-friendly design. Moody spot illustrations to drive the miseries of Grift home.
Usability: Children are surprisingly resilient, you are not. It probably won’t end well for any of you.
Content: Grift's faceless.
Writing: Doesn't tell you what will happen if you open them.
Art/design: A very uncomfortable staring contest.
Usability: Don’t sleep in Eastern Grift.
Content: A setting guide of the major cities and regions of the Dying World.
Writing: A political treatise on the various polities and cultures in informative prose.
Art/design: Representative figures for each faction are presented in rich charcoal.
Usability: A primer for those who would like just a little more structure in their planning.
Content: A frenzied mob is overtaking Grift, do something about it.
Writing: Deified mob violence unifies multiple sessions in Grift and provides a potential antagonist for long-term play.
Art/design: Design elements convey the compulsions of a waking god. Consistent use of public domain image backdrops.
Usability: Thoughtful design elements on a large-scale aid in utility and navigation.
Content: A Sölitary Defilement Grift-crawl to string you along and leave you in stitches.
Writing: Contains enough rotten detail for engaging solo or GM-less play. With secrets hidden in the navigable text.
Art/design: Inky illustrations and rich textures in a fluid and navigable layout.
Usability: Contains portions of The Grisly Fare, The Fleshmonger, and Vorgs by Unit Six. Available in a variety of full-color and print-friendly formats.
Concept: “When you woke up two days ago, you discovered that Grift was inhabited by a nightmare.”
Content: Delve into a barrow to (hopefully) stop an unholy scourge
Writing: Creates an atmospheric series of scenes
Art/design: Quite expressive without being overpowering
Usability: Font, color, layout choices ensure easy navigation of text
Content: An archeological exploration of the Dying Lands, with 21 sites, their current inhabitants, and everything valuable not bolted down.
Writing: A survey of iconic locals, with enough historical detail, rumor, and information to plan a failed treasure hunt.
Art/design: Yellowed artifacts splatter a clean single-column layout.
Usability: Available in plaintext and “night mode” with an off-white background to ease electronic reading.
Content: A haunted house dungeon with strong supernatural and body horror themes.
Writing: Effectively utilizes mechanics to reinforce descriptive horror elements.
Art/design: Distressed gritty zine aesthetic, playful use of sidebar layout, eclectic style with striking visual elements.
Usability: Useful mini map highlights for reference. Some horror elements require DM engagement to be most effective. Come to the table prepared.
Content: A rambling troll hunt between trunks and tombstones, from Grift to Galgenbeck.
Writing: A dynamic point crawl with events that evolve as scvm wander the trails.
Art/design: Bright red trail markings with black text before saturated yellow tombstones and tree trunks.
Usability: Double-sided print layout separates player and gamemaster information.