Saturday, October 10, 2015


  1. I made a spellcaster based off of Pearce's ROT classes.  
  2. You can get a pdf of it here
  3. It has a NSFW picture by neev.
  4. The layout needs some finetuning probably but it's just about done.
I've been talking about San Serafín a lot so here are some of J Rient's 20 Questions

What is the deal with my cleric's religion?
  • The Saints of Honey and Salt are emissaries for Love and Spite, and bow to no one but the First Saint of their order
  • Witches consort with the diabolic and demidivine denizens of San Serafín all the time
  • There are some knights who pledge themselves to the mad demigoddess Madama Yaguar
Where can we go to buy standard equipment?
  • The city of El Segundo, located on the base of the mountain upon which San Serafín sits, has merchants and with any piece of hear you could imagine.
  • There are some Devils and some Corpses in San Serafín who will sell you gear at a premium, in case you need some equipment but are afraid the city will rearrange while you're gone.
Where can we go to get platemail custom fitted for this monster I just befriended?
  • Rosario the Godsmith can make just about any piece of gear you can imagine, but he's somewhere in San Serafín. 
  • As long as it isn't outright magical, you can probably find a gearhead somewhere in El Segundo who can weld something together for you.
Who is the mightiest wizard in the land?
  • There's a couple hundred magi in El Segundo ready to claim that title, but most in the know would put their money on the Sage in Red or the First Saint. 
Who is the greatest warrior in the land?
  • The Prince of Knives, the Jaguar Child, the Blue Swordsman, the Bloody Knight, Lazaro the Ugly...
Where can we go to get some magical healing?
  • The House of Honey and Salt can cure most of what ails you, but if you need some major miracle working, you have to track down the First Saint. If you want to raise the dead, you have to appeal to the Holy Corpse and Queen of San Serafín, Heche Ke Eche, herself.
Is there a magic guild my MU belongs to or that I can join in order to get more spells?
  • Most adventurers will swap spells with their peers, but if you want real sorcery you should start going through the ruins of the University in San Serafín. The Sage in Red might teach you some, too, but his prices are steep.
Where can I find an alchemist, sage or other expert NPC?
  • The Dead know everything. El Segundo has any number of experts if you're feeling cautious.
Where can I hire mercenaries?
  • El Segundo is filled with them. You can sometimes acquire the services of a Corpse or Devil in San Serafín, but they are unreliable and dangerous allies.
Which way to the nearest tavern?
  • El Segundo is filled with them. There are also many tea houses and restaurants in San Serafín, but they are attended mostly by Devils and Corpses.
What monsters are terrorizing the countryside sufficiently that if I kill them I will become famous?
  • Heche Ke Eche, Madama Yaguar, any of the Greater Dead, any Devil
Are there any wars brewing I could go fight?
  • El Segundo's neighbors are a fractious lot, eager to have access to the treasure in
    San Serafín, but wary of having such a dangerous place in their territory.
How about gladiatorial arenas complete with hard-won glory and fabulous cash prizes?
  • El Segundo, of course. There are rumors of strange games played between the Dead and the Devils, using living humans as intermediaries.
What is there to eat around here?
  • The food sold within San Serafín has near-miraculous properties. Raiders treasure it.
Any legendary lost treasures I could be looking for?
  • The Corpse of San Serafín, of course. 
  • The Zehir
  • The Aleph
  • The Book of Sand
Where is the nearest dragon or other monster with Type H treasure?
  • San Serafín contains wealth beyond measure. It's a terrifying time hole ghost city. What else besides money could get people to go there?

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