A thousand years since the end of the Dragon Wars, and a century since the last dragon sighting, the world’s nations stand on the precipice of a new era. To the sound of war drums, a new threat emerges – the return of the dragons! Could they really be returning?

Draconic details the six nations left in the wake of the Dragon Wars and sets the stage for an epic campaign following the much-feared return of the dragons! But is everything as it seems?

Earlier this year, I launched my own Patreon page to support the creation of my own projects. Currently, I’m focussing my attention on world-building for a game setting for which I intend to write a roleplaying game to support an epic campaign that can be played on two levels: firstly, as a game suitable for kids; secondly, as a game deep enough for older gamers.

This is not to say that it is my only project, but it’s my current primary focus for Patreon at the moment. You can support me by heading over and signing up and you can follow all of my posts here by signing in with your Patreon account.

  • What is Draconic?

    I should probably seed this up to the main description at some point, or link to a longer description of this on my website, but for now I’ll put it here. Below details my current intention for Draconic and the approach I’m taking with it. At the moment, of course, I’m still in the world-building stage, but the general story-arc […]

  • The Seventh Busiest Month

    September has been surprisingly busy. The end of the summer holidays brought with it a slew of other sudden surprises. Including the unexpected chance to do some writing for the new edition of Victoriana by Cubicle 7, while also editing Victorian Age: Mage for Onyx Path. This did also involve me having to learn 5e. While also adjusting to homeschooling […]

  • The World of Draconic #1: Overview

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  • My Website Reborn

    IT LIVES! AGAIN! Clearly, I have transgressed against the digital gods at some point, for my websites have been constantly beset and hampered by hackers – human or otherwise. Sometime early last year, before the pandemic fully hit, malware infiltrated my defences, and decimated all the websites on my hosting package. Suddenly thrust into juggling homeschooling and work, I had […]

  • The Obligatory Origin Story

    Even before the pandemic hit, our girls were playing roleplay games with us. Not as frequently perhaps, but we would go through spurts. My youngest, now 7, started at age 3 and we usually could only do about 20 minutes at a time – about the length of a single scene. We tried so many game systems, too: Hero Kids, […]