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Wampus Country Travel Guide 1: Lumberlands

Grab your axe, go the weird woodlands, and make a name for yourself! 


Lumberjacks, sasquatches, and squirrels collide in this comedic fantasy mini-setting inspired by a kitschy and ahistorical vision of the forests of the Pacific Northwest.  Including a company town, multiple factions, lots of encounters, a ton of NPCs, a handsome marmot, and adventure hooks throughout, Lumberlands isn't a scripted adventure - it's a toolkit for building adventures in the weird woods, and fuel for session improvisation.

Written by Wampus Country creator Erik Jensen and featuring the whimsical art of Alex Damaceno (Beyond the Borderland, Hamsterish Hoard of Hexes), Lumberlands is mapless and system-agnostic but lends itself to old-school-style fantasy games.

48 pages, A5 black and white.  Note that the first printing has a conspicuous typo on the cover and frontispiece (County vice Country!).  Collectors will clamor.

Available:

Itch.io

Spear Witch

Floating Chair

Exalted Funeral

DriveThruRPG

Reviews:

The Mixed GM "the tables are full of gameable ideas that are ripe for sticking in your own game"

From The Sorcerer's Skull  

Reviews from R'lyeh  "funny and engaging and inventive"


Podcast appearances:

Pod of Blunders - talking about Lumberlands

Pod of Blunders - Lumberlands play session!

Dungeons & Dinners - talking about Lumberlands and old-school play


My own podcast episodes, Tales of Valor & Sorcery!  Recorded on Anchor but available everywhere.


OTHER STUFF

Bonespur Glacier - A charity adventure for AD&D.  To commemorate the birthday of Gary Gygax, Christopher “The Secret DM” Mennell ran a contest on his blog in 2012 soliciting submissions of short adventure sites with a “first edition feel”. The two winning entries by Erik Jensen and Jason Paul McCartan are collected in this publication and brought further to life through the artistic talents of Khairul Hisham, Glynn Seal, and Jason Sholtis. The awesome cover art was created by Christopher Malidore. Layout was originally developed by Jez Gordon and completed by Jason Paul McCartan. 


T-SHIRTS!  including TridentCon, Hungry Orc, and 'Old School' Old Bay parody designs.



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