Community Content Spotlight: Morty Corgi

Realms of Pugmire

One of the things I love about Canis Minor is just how creative people can be. Morty Corgi’s Scroll of Mysteries is great because it’s actually kind of a jam on various Pugmire ideas. Featuring a dozen¬†different creators, some of which have written on official Realms of Pugmire stuff before, this book has new breeds, callings, houses, background, masterworks, enemies, tricks, secrets, and spells! It’s very much in the spirit of old-school RPG magazine content — a grab bag of new things that aren’t strictly official, but can be a hell of a lot of fun. I liked it so much we even used it as an experimental print-on-demand release, so you can put it on the shelf next to your official Pugmire books!

I like this because it shows you don’t have to do community content all by yourself, but you can get a team of folks together. Definitely consider making some of your own Realms of Pugmire community content!

  1 comment for “Community Content Spotlight: Morty Corgi

  1. Bluegrassgeek
    November 24, 2020 at 12:32 pm

    This looks like a lot of fun! I do hope we get more official Pugmire content, but the community content has been great so far.

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