Some of them barley exist at all, being just titles:
- An Incomplete History of Message (18/01/2015)
- Everything is Rabbits (16/04/2014)
- You Are the Hero (08/10/2013)
- Sandbox DMing Best Practices (17/08/2013)
- Dogs in the Grimdark Future (05/08/2012)
- Two Druids (17/06/2012)
- [Forgotten Monsters] The Locathah (01/09/2011)
- Spotlight = Fun? (09/04/2013)
- Stuff that Makes You Seem like a Dick (01/02/2011)
Others are intriguingly vague, consisting only of the barest fragments of openings and nothing else:
- On Fecundity (18/05/2012) - "Wilderness travel is uneventful, flat, a little dull? Consider this."
- The Humble Arrow (06/08/2012) - "Kent's comments on this post really got me thinking."
- Immigrant Song (30/08/2010) - "I like the idea of the immigrant as adventurer."
- Dragonlance, Appendix N, and Fantasy for Grown-Ups (31/10/2013) - "So, Dragonlance. Much-maligned. Not particularly well-written, not particularly interesting. Responsible for much that is bad and wrong."
- Commando Comics (12/08/2012) - "One day, I'd like to make a game based on Commando Comics, the peculiar"
- Just the Random Generator Results, Ma'am (09/09/2013) - "I enjoy using random tables to generate content. Nonetheless, it is time consuming. Anybody who has stocked a dungeon level knows this. Moreover,"
There are some others, though, who you almost feel could grow up to be proper entries one day if they pull their socks up and eat their greens:
Rules for Insect Swarms (17/02/2014)
1. Choose swarm type: ground insects (ants, termites) or flying insects (locusts, beetles, butterflies).
2. Calculate swarm size. Roll a d1000 and multiply by 1000 for the number of individual insects. Then divide by 100 for the number of square or cubic feet occupied, respectively.
3 Ghosts (22/11/2012)
I've just finished reading Ramsey Campbell's Dark Companions, a collection of 21 of his short stories that I recommend very highly: it's serious horror fiction with genuinely disturbing and unremittingly bleak content, which never goes for cheap gore or gross-out. And, rarely for Campbell, it's available on kindle. (Campbell is also a bit of a minor local hero of mine; he's lived for a long time in Wallasey, the town where I grew up, and I went to school with his son. As a claim to fame goes it isn't much, but it's something.)
So, in honour of Dark Companions, three ghosts inspired by its contents:
Near Future Dystopian Noir (11/09/2013)
If I were to make a Cyberpunk 2020 retroclone based on Swords & Wizardry I would call it "Near Future Dystopian Noir".
20 Ways to Make an NPC Party Interesting (05/07/2009)
The players stumble across another NPC Party in the dungeon. What is their story?
1. They are starving and attempting to make their way to the surface.
2. They are searching for the daughter of a randomly determined member.
3. They are
Have at it. I would like them to find good homes, although I can't guarantee they'll be well-behaved.