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Quick Note - Spectres of Usarm is Live!

Just a heads-up the newest two-page-adventure "Spectres of Usarm" (Currently being played here) is now up for sale over at Drivethrurpg.com and other Onebookshelf sites. Like is predecessors "Joy in a Flask" and "Under the Horn", "Sprectres of Usarm" is compatible with +Matt Finch's and +Frog God Games' Swords & Wizardry retroclone of the world's oldest Fantasy RPG.

"Spectres of Usarm" also sees the return of u369 as cover artist with his amazing and somewhat surreal style (This Blog's background is also u369's work).

From Drivethrurpg.com

To the north the mysterious Orc tribes threaten the coastial town of Icago. Already the Abbey of the Goddess Thiseir has fallen due to their raids and farmers and fishermen have reported seen the horrid pig-faced creatures moving inland.
The Cloaked Mage promised the Lord Mayor a way to be rid of the threat … no one has heard from the mayor or his family for a week. Every search attempt is a failure, the Lord Mayor's farms are protected by strange metal constructs known as Scarecrows. Strange lights streak the night sky, toward the Scarred Relic Moon … from the Lord Mayor's home.
A call goes out to anyone brave or stupid enough to aid the town; you have answered.
“Spectres of Usarm” is the Fourth Two-Page -Adventure from Genius Loci Games and the third to use the Swords & Wizardry rule set. Created for a party of 4 to 6 players of the 4th to 6th level, the “Spectres if Usarm” mixes exploration, story and combat as quickly and efficiently as possible to provide at least 2 hours of fun.

"Spectres of Usarm" is $1.00 features 2 maps of the Farmstead and is approx. 7 pages in length.

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