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Carrion Crow31 May 2018 4:07 a.m. PST

Having been made aware that my planned escapades in Maine for the new shared "Age of Unreason" project actually was treading on the toes of my collaborator, I've shifted the focus of my part…elsewhere.

A full explanation of why and where can be found in the latest post on my blog;


robert piepenbrink Supporting Member of TMP31 May 2018 8:47 p.m. PST

Very good thing I'm not doing anything along those lines. Family heritage would compel me to use New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Jersey devils. Pineys. Pennsylvania Dutch hexes. There's a band of Welsh settlement just west of Philadelphia which ought to be good for something. Stuff escapes from ships in New York and Philadelphia both. It isn't always simple and straightforward like the Chestnut Blight and the Black Death.

Watch out for the bone-tailed bobcats.

komradebob01 Jun 2018 5:39 a.m. PST

Carrion Crow:

Legends of Golarion ( Pathfinder RPG miniatures) has a Mothman.

It doesn't look anything like yours though. I kinda like yours better, honestly.

Carrion Crow02 Jun 2018 9:03 a.m. PST

The Legends of Golarion range has one or two figures of legendary cryptids, but their versions don't match what I think the bessties should look like. The Sandpoint Devil is, I believe, supposed to be their version of the Jersey Devil. I have a feeling I may be making my own version of the JF at some point.

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