Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Mountainskull Dungeon

I've been feeling pretty uninspired lately, so I'm lucky that there's somebody like scottsz out there. He's been going over classic modules with a fine-toothed comb in his Cold Text File series at the Lord of the Green Dragons blog. His latest post on Gary Gygax's classic module, The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan, uses my header logo as a sort of instructional aid toward understanding the ancient language of the Aztec people, the ways in which it was recorded visually, and how it's used in an old D&D module.

Trust me, it makes more sense if you just read the article.

So, that logo my brother designed for me isn't just cool to look at, it's educational. Bet you can't say that about your header image.

2 comments:

  1. Might make a hell of a tattoo!

    Many thanks for the link, and I wish much inspiration to head in your direction!

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  2. lmao I just rewrote that module for 4e and my Sunday group a few months ago, we are currently still in the middle of it. Next up is TSR 9153 WG6 Isle of the Ape

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