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A Look At Lost Lands Cosmology

As I continue to work my way through the vast pile of awesome that is The Blight (Tome of Blighted Horrors should be releasing the next day or so, btw; I just approved the final proof of the 5e version), much of what I'm dealing with is correlation with the rest of the campaign world. Richard Pett wrote much this masterpiece 7 or 8 years ago, and it was for his home campaign. So he didn't take any sort of Lost Lands issues into account, of course.

A Question For The Uber-Fans


Ew, I was blowing the dust off of my blog keyboard and ended up spitting all over it. Gross. :-(

Anyway, it's been a long while since I sat in this particular chair, and I'm not ready to take up regular occupancy just yet as I am still deep in being Blighted (hope you guys are liking those pdfs as they creep out of production). But I have run across a conundrum and rather than spend endless hours searching I thought I'd ask the vast overmind that is our fans...that are our of those is right I think.

The 7 Days of Halloween Are Coming...

Hohohohohoho!...wait, wrong holiday.

Mwahahahahaha! There, that's better.

Stay tuned to FGG for the next few weeks for the terrifying! Spine-tingling! Metastasizing! (wait, what?) "7 Days of Halloween"!!! It'll be an experience that you won't soon forget...

Cock-a-doodle-doo!!!! Dang it! Who broke this remote?


Posts From Yesteryear (Or Just Earlier This Year....Whatever)

I happened to stumble across this post I made in January of this year over on the Paizo boards and thought it might make an interesting read for any folks interested in the Lost Lands Campaign Setting design process. I thought it made a nice summation of our efforts. So for anyone who hasn't seen this before...enjoy:

The Lost Lands Campaign Setting

Offer for the Backers of the CSM Kickstarters

Hi guys, we have just released the following announcement in regards to all of the people who lost money when the CSD Tome of Horrors Complete and Tome of Horrors Complete II Kickstarters failed to deliver. I figured I'd post it here for anyone who didn't see it elsewhere. If you know of someone who was affected by that situation, please forward them this information. We've only got a 6 month window on this, and I don't want someone to see it for the first time in 6 months and a week and get left out. Thanks!


And without further ado...

Unofficial Golarion Deity Conversions

I have been asked many times whom I would swap for whom if I was running a Lost Lands adventure set in Paizo's Golarion campaign world. I've always run Lost Lands stuff "as is" so it had never come up for me to sit down to look and see how I would do it. Also with our Lost Lands pantheons of deities in constant flux as I add, edit, and rearrange based on the many prior Necromancer Games and Frog God Games products, the project just always seemed too daunting. However, I believe the Lost Lands pantheons are probably 90% or more finalized at this point.

Lost Lands Tech

The Lost Lands relative tech levels are divided among the following:

Stone Age 
Bronze Age 
Iron Age 
Dark Ages 
High Middle Ages 
Age of Sail 
Industrial Revolution

The Lost Lands Calendar

I already gave a little bit of info on this in my previous blog post in regards to lenght of months, weeks, years, etc. But I'll include that info here again to start things off and then supplement if with new material that has been worked up. Again, this is all still in relatively crude/my personal notes form, so it'll be cleaned up before publication int he campaign setting. It also still ahs some blanks to be filled between now and then, so there are definitely more pieces of the puzzle that haven't yet been realized.

Measurements of Time

Telling Time in the Lost Lands

Well, they've moved the Blog way down to the bottom of the page. So I guess we'll have to work harder to keep it relevant. So here's another peak behind the curtain.

NTRPG Con Game Registration is Up

Opened up last night. If you're going, hurry and sign up. They tend to fill up pretty fast.


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