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Valley of the Unfortunate Undead

Bone Heart Crusaders

“Heeding the call of Adalbert the Warhawk, a host assembled. Thousands of starving soldiers took up sword, flail, cross, and shield. Fight for life, fight to the death.”

Colour of the Void

Concept: “for use with any level adventurer because they’re all doomed anyway”
Missing persons in the valley of unfortunate undead. Desecrated tomb. Horror unleashed.
Cinematic style narrative encounters. Flexible dungeon crawl descriptions.
Mix of comic style art & open-source images. Experiments with borders and breaks.
Cinematic style adventure. Clear maps with traditional indexes. Referenceable mechanics.

Factions of the Dying World

Concept: “Descriptions of places, architecture, fashion and factions of Mörk Borg.” 
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. 

Fathomless Despair

Concept: “Death is the least of your concerns if you are foolish enough to visit this horrible and dark place. The air and soil are filled with the stench of undeath as a lingering evil makes its presence known to all who explore this desolate land.”
Content: A pocket map of the Valley of Unfortunate Undead. Complete with its creatures, and contents.
Writing: A historical account of the valley’s many ruins and follies, and a brief taxonomy of the undead they left behind. Intended to inspire not direct.
Art/design: Efficient grouping, color coding, and placement accommodate each aesthetic flourish. 
Usability: Can be folded to fit in your pocket. Designed to minimize flipping. Pre-record the creature stats to truly optimize your experience. 

Flail to the Face Episode 5 Companion

Concept: “In honor of our fifth episode of Flail to the Face, we give you the "battery" that our GM ran us through as a travel montage of sorts. Enjoy!” 
Content: A walk through the Valley of the Unfortunate Undead
Writing: Desolate tables capture the valley’s supernaturally oppressive melancholy. With GM annotations full of helpful advice.
Art/design: Barren amber valleys desiccate under clouded golden skies. 
Usability: References, “Eat, Prey, Kill”, “D66 Flails”, and “Candelabra of Blood”. 

Hymnal of The Damned

Concept: “eight sorrowful songs for your adventures to recite around the campfire” 
Content: A collection of hymnals in Latin and English.
Writing: Focused on the major sites and figures of the Dying Lands, in mournful detail.
Art/design: Stylized metallic book covers surround parchment with two-column text.
Usability: Available print-friendly or aged.  


Concept: “And the dead need somewhere to go.” 
Content: A valley rife with unlife: dead basilisk barons, corpse culture, and several new starting points for your next journey to the afterlife.
Writing: A morbid meditation of funerary rites and the afterlife. An existential misery.
Art/design: A headstone of chiseled plain text with grave offerings of mangled and restitched illustrations.
Usability: A navigable guidebook to the Valley of Unfortunate Undead. 

Return to the Valley of Despair

Concept: “More ideas to use when the player characters make the mistake of visiting that wretched valley of undeath.”
Content: Random (& less random) encounters, monsters, and artifacts for those who roam The Valley of Unfortunate Undead.
Writing: Pithy adventure ideas which can easily be woven together or into an existing campaign.
Art/design: Vibrant and well-integrated high fantasy art. Functional and emphasized random table elements.
Usability: Optimized for a poster format, but easily navigable as a digital file. 

Shadow of the Past

Concept: “Herein are the ruins they left, epitaphs from potsherd to pillared temple.” 
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. 
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