Content: A dark horse, leaving famine in its wake.
Writing: Mechanics that leave your scvm violently hungry.
Art/design: A series of tortured image-generated horses.
Usability: Bordered text over illustrations may hinder legibility. Designed for Forbidden Psalm
Content: A gray pony and a mute child.
Writing: A hilariously sardonic twist on the classic reaper.
Art/design: Death peers out at you from between the text boxes.
Usability: Easy to use. Makes an excellent quest giver.
Content: A table of four types of horses, each with its own practical features
Writing: Quick and descriptive
Art/design: Stylized enough to add character but without hindering use at intended size
Usability: It fits on a business card, but it’s still easier to read when printed full-size
Content: A horse driver and cart-bound companion.
Writing: Reckless cart-borne destruction and reluctant cart-bound survival. A buddy comedy.
Art/design: The balanced humors of our choleric roadrager and our sanguine freeloader could not be illustrated more clearly.
Usability: An insufferable pair of pdfs, use them wisely.
Concept: “Since it’s Mörk Borg, you’ve probably already guessed that everything is just fine, and the livestock aren’t slaughtering people or anything like that.”
Content: Animal Farm on PCP
Writing: Well-delineated descriptions of individual locations pervaded by visceral charnel imagery and punctuated by sardonic wit and bleak humor
Art/design: Laid out for easy use with stats and maps proximal to descriptions; includes some gritty, evocative illustrations
Usability: Easy to run and guaranteed to get some cringes; not for the body-horror averse
Content: 36 items recoverable from a dead horse, some more useful than others
Writing: Occasionally witty and/or graphic
Art/design: Laid out for usability with table titles in orange to cue the GM
Usability: What—you don’t have a d30?