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The Lost Lands: The Blight - Richard Pett's Crooked City

A project in Poulsbo, WA by Frog God Games

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A decade in the making, Frog God Games reveals the next piece of the Lost Lands with The Blight, for Pathfinder and Swords & Wizardry.
Backers: 795
Average Pledge Per Backer: $153

Funded: $121,301 of $75,000
Dates: Nov 20th -> Jan 18th (59 days)
Project By: Frog God Games
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Latest News

Z is for Zero Hour…

January 17th - via:
So here we are, the final letter in our Blight alphabet. It's a sad day for me in many ways, I'm going to miss sharing these snippets with you, thank you for reading them, I hope you found them interesting. I thought for today in our final... (Read More)

The Final 24 Hours Is Here!

January 16th - via:
At long last we have come to the closing hours of this Kickstarter marathon. Stretch goals continue to fall and we achieved the much-anticipated result of a 5e print version of the book. So far since then we've added one of The Blight: Pathologies to... (Read More)

New Stretch Goals Announced and a Free PDF

January 16th - via:
Check out the bottom of the Kickstarter page to see the new The Blight: Pathologies line of Lost Lore pdfs that have been added as stretch goals to the Kickstarter campaign, and download a free copy of the first Lost Lore pdf produced by Frog God... (Read More)

Yearnings of N’Gathau and Yards in Madhouses…

January 16th - via:
Those many of you who have a copy of the fantastic Tome of Horrors Complete may have braved near the very back of the volume where a most revolting extraplanar creature lurks—the N’Gathau. The N’Gathau search the planes for living flesh to... (Read More)

The Children of the Harvest UNLOCKED; The Tome of Blighted Horrors Just Around the Corner

January 15th - via:
Like the title says: we have now unlocked Bill's extensively play-tested and soaked-in-the-blood of convention-goers adventure The Children of the Harvest. And we're now less than $2,000 away from unlocking The Tome of Blighted Horrors monster... (Read More)

Xenophobia, Xiānxián and Xiǎnbǐ

January 15th - via:
Castorhage squats on an aloof isle of which the grotesque noble enclave of Crow’s Fallow[1] is the other most (some would say only) civilized part—if civilized is the correct word. The rulers of Castorhage are an insular lot; insular in fact to... (Read More)

Free Blight Novella Unlocked; Bill Webb Adventure Within Reach

January 15th - via:
Richard Pett's free pdf novella Scoured to the Bone is unlocked. Bill Webb's (Frog God CEO and co-founder of Necromancer Games) adventure Children of the Harvest is now firmly within our sights. Greg  (Read More)

The Last 60 Hours and the 5e Catch-22

January 15th - via:
We're down to the final 2-1/2 days of The Blight Kickstarter, and we've not only funded recently but have been smashing through stretch goals. We're now over $85,000 and seriously eyeing that $100,000 stretch goal where The Blight suddenly becomes a... (Read More)

More Stretch Goals Unlocked and A BLIGHT MONSTER BOOK!!

January 15th - via:
The last 24 hours has seen us top $84,000 and unlock both The Blight Player's Handbook and Brandon Hodge's occult adventure extraordinaire The Crooked Nail. Now we are barely over $1,000 away from Richard Pett's free Blight novella Scoured to the... (Read More)

W is for Worship, Witch-hunters, Windmills...

January 14th - via:
W so soon? Goodness, we haven’t even discussed any of the special character classes yet. No room for the Highwayman, the Fetchseer, no time for a discourse on the honorable and frighteningly dangerous trade of the Between-Thief. Perhaps we... (Read More)

Just Like That

January 13th - via:
And the $80,000 line has come and gone. With that stretch goal the adventure Horror in the Sinks is unlocked. And, I feel compelled to add, The Blight Player's Handbook is just a hair over $1,500 from being unlocked as well. I'll go ahead and mention... (Read More)

The Blight Map Folio UNLOCKED

January 13th - via:
The $78,000 stretch goal is unlocked! Now you can add the excellent Map Folio to your pledge and get us that much closer to the $100,000 stretch goal which puts Blight 5e in print. In addition, we're just a little over $700 from the $80,000 stretch... (Read More)

Vermis Insectum…

January 13th - via:
Insects. The profusion of insects in the twisted city-state is hard to explain; most are little more than an irritation, the constant noise of some has caused madness. Their sheer number and variety here is perhaps why so many have phobias about... (Read More)

Less than 1k away from the Map Folio

January 13th - via:
We need less than $1,000 to hit the $78,000 stretch goal that unlocks The Blight Map Folio. Four full-color poster maps that include The City of Castorhage---aka The Blight-- (a GM version and a player-friendly version), the Isle of Lymossus where... (Read More)


January 13th - via:
We did it...or rather I should you, YOU did it! The Blight KS funded earlier today, and with 5 days to go. We are now official, I can now take the step of officially adding the previously unofficial stretch goal that gets us to the hardcover of the... (Read More)

Undead, Underneath and Under-Justices

January 12th - via:
My word, we’re at U already, and have covered so little… Let’s start with undead. There are lots of undead in the Blight, in fact a whole populace of them somewhere out there, known collectively as the Fetch. Let’s make no bones about it,... (Read More)

Technology, Toiltown and Town-Bridge

January 11th - via:
Let’s start with technology. The technology of the Blight is renaissance; it has clocks and rudimentary treadmills and cathedrals and the printing press. I think the reason a few people wrongly attribute a more technological setting is down to the... (Read More)

The Sinks

January 10th - via:
Today I want to focus upon one of my favorite places in the Blight, the decayed, brine-soaked aristocratic enclave of the Sinks, somewhere we've barely had time to mention so far. Massive SPOILERS ahead chums… “Decay. The whole pace reeks of... (Read More)

Rats, Races and Regal Houses…

January 9th - via:
They say the rats in the city have a queen, who they worship and honor as a living god. The queen, they say, is linked to her eight crooked sisters—all of whom have sadly passed away and now do little but giggle and hunger and bite—by... (Read More)

Quagmires and Quicksands…

January 8th - via:
Perhaps it’s inevitable that as a city expands, it swallows up everything around it, and sometimes those places are difficult to keep down. There are some who say Castorhage is doomed to die, to be swallowed by Sister Lyme and her children; Canker... (Read More)


January 7th - via:
Carrying on from yesterday’s update, here are two places you really don’t want to end up in in the Blight. The update today comes with a warning that it deals with the subject of mutilation and is not be suitable for younger players… The... (Read More)

Order and the Occult

January 6th - via:
Having opened the daily updates to any requests (so that there aren’t any burning questions as we dash towards the final few days), Ryan Blackstock earlier today asked about two issues that I think would benefit from a wider quick discussion; law... (Read More)

N is for Nighttime, NPCs and Nightshade Palace...

January 5th - via:
Will you indulge me as I take us back to the first edition DMG just one more time? We’ve already mentioned a few of the lists the Blight contains, but one of the great things slithering from page 191 of the DMG was a great city/town encounters... (Read More)

Monsters, lots and lots of Monsters……..

January 4th - via:
A good setting needs great monsters, and the Blight has lots of them. Things that slither, things that gulp, things that spastically follow you down alleyways or across rooftops. Things that are waiting in your attic or under your bed.   Whether... (Read More)

Levees and Lists and Lots More...

January 3rd - via:
The tricky thing about mentioning the 9-part adventure path Levee is that to say very much at all might be a bit of a giveaway. It’s crammed full of secrets and surprises, so sharing them now would risk exposing her finer more shocking points, and... (Read More)

K is for Killers, Grand Justice Korsk and Knockers…

January 2nd - via:
“A killer, my friend, never dies. Their legend lives on, and sometimes, in this city, what lives on is more than that legend…” Inspector Hogg[1] Many blame Between, some say it’s the poison air or the despair, but it can’t be denied, the... (Read More)

J - Welcome to the Jumble...

January 1st - via:
What the Jumble looks like… Like a child’s drawing of a land-bound ship of impossible scale. The Jumble is almost all wood, with a little bit of rope and prayer for good measure. Temporary, mad and rambling, the Jumble does not so much increase... (Read More)

Illuminati—Friend or Enemy—or Both?

December 31st - via:
Continuing our horror theme from yesterday we come to the Illuminati—a generic name for the shady organization said to be a short step behind the throne in the Capitol and across Castorhage. The Illuminati are a self-proclaimed group of men, women... (Read More)


December 30th - via:
The Blight may indeed be a mad, corpulent, deranged thing, but above all else she is a horror setting. But what type of horror? Well, she’s got the usual mix of horror themes you’d expect; lots of smart undead, particularly ghouls, she’s set... (Read More)

G is for Gyre…

December 29th - via:
Tempting as it is to go for the peculiarly large number of Gs along the Great Lyme River, we’ll take a trip today to one of her most noticeable landmarks, the Gyre… The Gyre is one of many places in the Blight that I feel cries out for an... (Read More)

Flavor and Festival

December 28th - via:
There are altogether too many Fs to cover in one update, but as we get into the final 20 days, I wanted to give you two quick samples of the Blight from a list of many Fs. The first is an introduction to one small part of the overall GM’s... (Read More)

East Ending

December 27th - via:
The district of Toiltown is about as bad as it gets in the Blight; a seething murderous mass of slog, sweat and continuation that offers many a place to hide, and those with imaginations to dream and want. The East Ending is one parish of Toiltown,... (Read More)

D is for Dwarves…

December 26th - via:
There have been one or two folk out there who have a slight concern that the Blight takes a step away from traditional fantasy. Well, one step maybe, but Castorhage must work hand in glove with the Lost Lands setting, and as such, her soul rests in... (Read More)

C is for Castorhage - Meet the Royal Family...

December 24th - via:
The Queen – Her Royal Highness Queen Alice "The figure staggered into the room spastically, taking great strides with the aid of two sticks, making her look like some four-legged spider in a crooked web. Her face was veiled ‘to protect the... (Read More)

What is Between?

December 23rd - via:
Mechanically—and mechanically is really not the right word—it’s a place that touches the Blight, and only the Blight. It’s a skin-thinness away, and yet can seem impossible to reach, or more usually escape from, like being on the wrong side... (Read More)

Character Background Traits in the Blight

December 21st - via:
While Richard is taking us on a nice little Christmas tour of beautiful, jolly Castorhage-by-the-sea, I thought I'd pop by to drop a little tidbit on character development in the Blight (I found my pantomime horse costume so it's safe for me to come... (Read More)

B is for the Barnacles...

December 21st - via:
Continuing on the letter B—B for betrayal, bastard and broken, we come to the Barnacles. In truth, many consider the Barnacles a part of the Great Lyme River, less a district than a grandiose parish, a fortress isle that links to Between.In truth... (Read More)

Welcome to Booktown and her Secrets...

December 20th - via:
“It’s cold today brother, and the streets are empty. Booktown can be like that, particularly at festival-time; not for her residents the rousing songs of bawdy taverns and gin-houses, nor the dark game of souls, friendships and alliances. Her... (Read More)

At last-I have the key to the Frog's domain...

December 19th - via:
“Hmmm, what’s this? Vaughan seems to have left his pantomime horse costume behind the trapeze on stage, and what’s this in the pockets? The key to the Frog’s Controlling Chamber! One quick tweak and, gosh! I’m in... Eurgh! What’re all... (Read More)

Sample Gazetteer Extract – The Hollow and Broken Hills

December 10th - via:
SPOILER ALERT!To give purchasers a chance to see the bulk of the city guide, here is a very short extract from one district, the Hollow and Broken Hills—the Blight’s main religious district. As it contains potential spoilers for the guide (but... (Read More)

Undead Viking Interview!

December 7th - via:
Hi All, Over the weekend we all got together in a Google Hangout with Undead Viking and had a ball! We tried to stay on topic but as with most of our hangouts we have our moments of "Geeking Out" Enjoy!  w00t! -Chris (Viking Frog)  (Read More)

Those Who Have the Gold Make the Rules

December 4th - via:
We're creeping along towards $45,000, and we've still got plenty of cool things to show you. However, we've also got another 44 days to go, so we this is definitely a marathon rather than a sprint.  Today we're going to take a peek at some of the... (Read More)

The Sum of Her Parts

December 2nd - via:
You, the good fans and supporters of this Kickstarter, have asked, nay, demanded more info on this lovely project. And we, the goodly laborers behind the scenes, we have heard you.  Behold! We bring you Hints and Spoilers of what is to come...and... (Read More)


November 27th - via:
...and I can think of no way to blacken the soul better than by backing The Blight's Kickstarter. Little Tommy here did, and doesn't he look happy? Tommy at his happiest ever So everyone, let's get into the spirit of the day and really ink up those... (Read More)


November 26th - via:
Matt Finch writes: Happy Thanksgiving to all our fans in the USA, from all the Frogs! In addition to all the more globally and morally relevant issues we're thankful for, today is also a day for us to look at how thankful we are for our hobby and for... (Read More)


November 24th - via:
You have spoken and we have listened. We have beaten all the trees and shaken all the bushes and managed to round up our team of crack 5e converters. With the resources in place and a clear demand from the fans, we are committing to creating a 5e... (Read More)

"Weird," not "Modern"

November 23rd - via:
Matt Finch writing here, with a bit of a blog-like post about the nature of the Blight. These are my opinions, and Richard might actually disagree with my conclusions, so take them as you will. I wasn't involved in the original writing for the... (Read More)

An Awesome Start!

November 21st - via:
We're already a third of the way to being funded! Thanks to all who have joined the Kickstarter so far, and although players throughout the gaming world may blame you for bringing the Blight into being, you can go to bed tonight knowing that you were... (Read More)

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