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An Adventure Journal for Four Against Darkness

An Adventure Journal for Four Against Darkness

I am very pleased with how my adventure journal for Four Against Darkness turned out. It is printed on short grain Mohawk Superfine Eggshell paper. The cover is 80lb card stock. I used artwork by Emiel Boven to show a party of adventurers. The body of the journal is based on the excellent layout work posted on the Four Against Darkness page by Mike Keller (madmak72) on boardgamegeek.com. I have added a pocket in the front of the booklet to…

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Four Against Darkness Printing

Four Against Darkness Printing

Four Against Darkness is a solo dungeon crawl where the player controls a party of four characters. The core rules allow for characters of classes Warrior, Cleric, Rogue, Wizard, Barbarian, Elf, Dwarf, and Halfling. This game came out in 2016, so I am a little late to the party. There have been many modules and adventures released to build on the core rules, so there is plenty of material to make the game worth investigating now. I printed and bound…

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2D6 Dungeon Printing

2D6 Dungeon Printing

2D6 Dungeon is a solo dungeon crawl table top role playing game. I purchased it off of itch.io (https://d-r-games.itch.io/2d6dungeon). There are two books; the Core Rules, and the Tables Codex. I am currently focused on learning more about book binding. TTRPGs are a great choice for book binding as there are so many titles available and they are available in PDF formats. On this print out, I wanted to create a final product that was as close to the published…

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Second try at Binding Glide

Second try at Binding Glide

I printed and bound a second version of the Glide Manuals. Glide is published by Sleepy Sasquatch and the manuals can be purchased from https://sleepysasquatch.itch.io/glide. These manuals are printed as 4 sheet sections. They are stitched with 18/3 linen thread. They have glued on card stock covers. They now fit better into the leather binder. The leather binder is based on the designs from Make Supply. https://makesupply-leather.com/templates/make-a-diy-leather-notebook-cover-free-pdf-patterns/ It had to be made a bit larger to allow for the booklets…

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