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Michael Mars

An Cailleach

Concept: “She is the lichen-covered rocks and the mountain peaks. She is the bared earth covered with snow and frost. She is the Deep Ancestress, veiled by the passage of time. And you were born under her influences.”
Content:
A class closely aligned with the substances and cycles of the natural world
Writing:
Delivers context and mechanics with loads of folkloric flavor
Art/design:
Includes some very personal art—maybe the first tattoo used as an illustration in Mörk Borg?
Usability:
Class features are more thematically than mechanically oriented (but still pretty useful)

Buster Bone-Gnawer, Börker of Shadows

Concept: “An ageless hound protects the Dying World from succumbing to Psalm 6:1.”
Content:
Stats and abilities for, and boons granted by, scvm’s best friend
Writing:
Mostly mechanics but includes some descriptive text to add character
Art/design:
Conventional Mörk Borg layout and design with some trippy artwork and an obligatory femur
Usability:
This good boi is eager to please

By Nechrubel’s Heart

Concept: “Until the world blackens and burns, until the Miseries are unleashed, and even beyond to the Shimmering Fields. We belong together and to each other.”
Content:
A Valentine’s greeting and a gross, blackened heart
Writing:
Includes a short missive and mechanics for the Misery-defying heart
Art/design:
Black on yellow. Hearts. Grungy typefaces and textures. Mörk Borg.
Usability:
If only we’d had this to give to our friends in grade school

Conquest of Cthulhu

“You must journey to the Temple in the heart of the Mountains of Madness, deep in the Bergen Chrypt to align the stars and weaken Nechrubel by raising R’lyeh from the Endless Sea and awakening the Great Old One, Cthulhu.”

d666 Names for the Dying World

Concept: “Whenever a PC asks a NPC what the Dying World is called, roll 3d6 and consult this chart. That’s what that NPC thinks the Dying World is called.”
Content:
A trio of 6-point tables
Writing:
Tongue firmly in cheek
Art/design:
Yellow. Pink. Black. Old Newspaper Type. Copperplate Gothic. Good to go.
Usability:
Get ready for Die Nohrland

D66 Presents from Santa

“This is a wonderful list of definitely not cursed gifts from Santa.”

Demon Dogrider / Hellhound

Concept: “Your growth has been stunted by a dark pact that binds you to a canid companion and feeds its fury.”
Content:
A lance-wielding goblin class with a beastly mount
Writing:
Includes standard class profile (the mount, not rider, benefit from class features) and a stat block for the hellhound
Art/design:
Text heavy, but uses color to organize sections and highlight important information
Usability:
As a composite character, poses certain risks but also provides particular benefits

Eldritch Elevations

Concept: “Blessed are the Powers granted to us by the Basilisks and Blessed are we by their use!”
Content:
20 options for critical success when using Powers
Writing:
Clear, concise descriptions of narrative and mechanical effects
Art/design:
Economical type choices; presentation emphasizes the textual subject
Usability:
Roll & read

Emerald Serpent of the Isle

Concept: “The Serpents Returns to Ireland in MÖRK BORG”
Content: An emerald serpent-man. A shedder of skin. A summoner of snakes.
Writing: Just the stats. Do what you wish with them.
Art/design: Hand drawn, painted and written. Straight out of the DM's notes.
Usability: Flexible abilities for a surprising npc, combat encounter, or ally. 

Kennels of Karnage

Concept: “A short adventure about saving lost dogs”
Content:
A 10-room dungeon with an additional class, a short solo prequel, variant Misery, and exclusive monster
Writing:
Sharp and full of character
Art/design:
Clearly, cleanly laid out with evocative illustrations
Usability:
Includes death and abuse of animals, but nothing graphic or explicit

This entry was sponsored by Bookkeeper as part of the Ex Libris RPG crowdfunding campaign.

Licensed to Ill

Concept: “Listed here are just some of the effects that listening to this LP inflicted upon the Dying World!”
Content: Rules primarily for using and abusing the fabled Brass Monkey, but also includes other Beastly Boys-aligned components
Writing: Takes itself completely seriously, which only makes it funnier
Art/design: A more traditional layout and muted background gradient lend an appropriately dignified air
Usability: Some specialized interactions with other 3rd-party supplements

Mörk Georg

Concept: “The ‘average person plays 3 sessions of Mörk Borg a year’ factoid actually is just statistical error. The average person plays 0 sessions of Mörk Borg per year. Mörk Georg, who lives in cave & plays over 10,000 sessions each day, is an outlier and should not have been counted.”
Content: I’m tagged in this one and I don’t like it.
Writing: Deliciously meta. Punish creative scvm with their own third party content.
Art/design: Depicted in his natural habitat enjoying freshly regurgitated content.
Usability: Bring the pain with your own custom Mörk Georg mini.
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