27th episode of Bujilli today. Every Thursday brings a new episode of Bujilli, hand-crafted from your comments and feedback. Thanks to all of you have been playing along, both those who comment and those are following Bujilli's continuing adventures. Especially now that he's enrolling in the Academy at Wermspittle...
Here are some links for those who'd like to know a little bit more about Bujilli:
Who is Bujilli?
Bujilli's Character Sheet
(currently we're using Labyrinth Lord, but Pathfinder, DCC RPG & other systems are being considered...)
How to Play
Feel free to drop in over at the Hereticwerks blog and check up on Bujilli (or any of our other projects). We consult all the comments on the previous episode before beginning a new one, giving readers a full week to consider the options, discuss matters a bit, and help us decide what happens next. As always, You Decide what happens next.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Monday, May 14, 2012
The amazing collection of 500 fairytales gathered by folklorist and historian Franz Xaver von Schönwerth has been locked away in an archive in Regensburg, Germany for over 150 years. Jacob Grimm referred to von Schönwerth as the only person in the world who could possibly replace him or his brother. Now that's high praise. You can read more about this incredible treasure-trove of obscure, once-lost fairytales at The Guardian. They also have a sample fairytale from the collection available for their readers: The Turnip Princess. Good stuff.