I am happy to announce that Low Country Crawl made is debut yesterday evening and it has gone better than I could have ever hoped for! If you don't know what Low Country Crawl is, it is my systems-agnostic game supplement for adding Southern Gothic and Marshlands flavor to your games.
To get your copy follow this link to Technical Grimoire!
I'd like to thank David Schirduan for his expertise in layout, map design, and publication, Charles Ferguson-Avery for his art work, Akelah Adams for her work as a sensitivity reader, my fabulous anonymous editor for her editing and beta reading assistance. I'd also like to thank the likes of Skerples, Arnold Kemp and Dan D for inspiring me to take to RPG blogging in the first place.
A special thank you to Natalie and Ron Daise, The Penn Center, and the whole of the Lowcountry itself for providing an atmosphere of history and adventure that has inspired me and countless others. I can only hope that this Zine inspires you to learn more about the Gullah-Geechee culture, the strange and wonderful lore of the South, and maybe inspire you to learn new and amazing things about your own hometown.
While I'm at it for thanking people, let me thank Zoey McCullough for being my first Dungeon Master and teaching of the ways and wonders of RPGs. See her Sound Cloud for an excellent musical experience.