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Olivier Delattre

Black Lady

Concept: “You dreamed about a black lady silently screaming and pointing the finger at you…”
A retributive, relentless night-haint
Lore and mechanics are both delivered clearly and efficiently
Clearly delineate segments of text and uses color and typeface to add emphasis
Escapable but not killable; has the potential to debilitate long-term guests


Concept: “A terrible monster you can use as a starting point for an adventure, or if you think your PCs are way too cool with their lives…”
This amalgamated pile of monster parts got off its magical leash and now everyone’s screwed
Some quick lore, a stat block with table for multiple attacks, and some vicious specials
Repetition of hues and typefaces in different arrangements unifies the document while making each text segment distinct and easy to navigate
More complex than basic monsters, but the mechanics and rules are simple and intuitive

Dark Reliquary of Kurgoth

“Eight different artefacts you can use in any campaign, with art and rules”


Concept: “An ever growing bleeding serpent.”
Content: A masochistic mob.
Writing: Clinical depictions of mortifying marches and penitential parades to Galgenbeck. Mechanics that guarantee misery to friends and enemies alike.
Art/design: Mechanical text is splattered in sanguineous hues while claustrophobic descriptive text like the crush of expiating bodies.
Usability: Mechanics isolated for easy reference. 

FÖLK-LORE: Fiends, Freaks, & Foes

41 contributors
Concept: “What happens when the lore of our world collides with the Dying World of MÖRK BORG?”
The first volume of collected FÖLK-LORE Jam entries
Varies by author, see individual entries under the FÖLK-LORE Jam tag
Varies by entry; single-page entries are well balanced in spreads
Usability: Varies by entry, but it’s all Mörk Borg—how tough could it be?

Ghost Lights

Concept: “Lights burning over cemeteries, old mass graves and dead corpses.”
An adaptation of the will-o’-the-wisp that lures PCs toward hazards
Efficiently conveys mechanics and lore
Cool colors and establish an appropriately haunted character
May be frustrating for PCs but entertaining for GMs

Mörk Drügs

“Desperation and world ending are really lucrative markets and drug dealers never wait too long for a client…”

The Tomb of Lost Souls

Concept: “Left without victims, the necromancers resolved to become undeads and wait for a new era... The tomb of Lost Souls was forgotten... until now. 
What the hell are you doing here?”
Content: A soul-stealing necro-crawl.
Writing: Descriptive and full of soul. Small dramatic touches add motivation and direction to encounters.
Art/design: A blast of yellow with a detailed and well-structured overhead map. Pink, white, and black text elements scream for attention. 
Usability: Fairly legible for pink text. References Grave Matters. 


Concept: “So, you killed this creepy hermit, back in these frozen hills. Since then, something is hunting you.”
A malicious, body-stealing spirit from the frozen north
Offers up a potential hook, stats, behavior and ecology, and means of controlling one
Well-delineated text blocks keep different types of information discrete and accessible; extensive use of cool colors supports the arctic character
Potential to serve multiple in-game purposes in different capacities

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