Thom.Shartle

  • Oh so lets blame THOM! well ok yes I DID tell him that 😉

  • Hey Elizabeth long time no see!

  • Couple of questions:
    What attribute is the power based on (Vigor maybe?)
    PP is flat instead of something like attribute + 10?

    Give us some answers oon those and a spell list and we can write it up!

  • Gangsta
    All manner of crooks, outlaws, and pilferers ply their iniquitous trade from within the shadows of Oith’s cities, towns, and elsewheres.
    Such peeps, in the popular vernacular of the time, are known as gangstas. A great assortment of gangstas exist, from the miserable pocket pilferer, like the peep who swiped your bag of slog nuggets, t…[Read more]

  • Booty Hunter
    When a waremonger needs stolen goods recovered or the hoinks need help tracking down a nefarious gang-sta, they often turn to booty hunters. These peeps specialize in finding things and peeps that don’t want to be found (for a hefty fee, of course). Many booty hunters have a keen sense of individual style, often displaying a p…[Read more]

  • Tubpuddler
    This is just a fancy name for a sailor. They ply Oith’s waterways in tubs of all types, from the myriad rivers and lakes to the world-spanning Big Drink itself. Some notable tubpuddlers include Captain Methylmer of the Garbarge, Cassoweasel Manatang of The Hard Bargain, and Dripsquish the Extraordinarily Normal (who went down with H…[Read more]

  • Second today!
    Price-o-corns sail the Big Drink and other waterways, where they spend their days and nights wenching, chugging suds, sinking tubs, plundering treasures, and otherwise causing a ruckus. Although price-o-corns are unwelcome in many societies, some coastal and island burgs make a good trade catering to their turbulent lifestyle and…[Read more]

  • Gadabout
    Oith is a goosin’ huge place, far bigger than most of its inhabitants could possibly imagine. Beyond the frontiers lie wildernesses untamed, civilizations unmet, creatures unrecorded, treasures unfound, ruins unexplored, enemies undefeated, friends unbefriended, and countless discoveries undiscovered. Gadabouts are explorers, w…[Read more]

  • And Beast Puncher!
    Beastpunchers are the guys who capture, train, or care for Oith’s domestic critters. They drive wagons, goad herds, stable slogs, train stomps, tend to live-stock, and otherwise maintain the beasties. Brunskin the Pantsless, a beastpuncher in the agrarian town of Somewhat Unusual, recently bred a hamster with two faces, which i…[Read more]

  • Added a Word Wiggler and his Hair Bear companion!
    Wordwigglers are writers, poets, and storytellers. They tell tales, record histories, pen sagas, and spout gabs. Many are wandering taletalkers, spreading news and building legends across the Oith. They carry a vast repertoire of stories, myths, anecdotes, proverbs, fables and gossips with which…[Read more]

  • And the Fifth – The Ham
    Hams are professional big mouths. They perform plays, sing songs, strum some sick licks, pound instruments, walk on stilts, juggle linachithis, tell jokes and otherwise entertain the peeps. Many are wanderers, musical gadabouts plying their trade at suds middens and various public places. Others are celebrated players,…[Read more]

  • 000CE Sloppy Seconds by our own Zlozz Kirpanski / Ospprod / David Bates has been made available for free download at http://www.livinglow.org. There are now four sequential adventures available for you to start your […]

  • So I’m in the middle of churning out a lot of stuff right now – I could REALLY use some help! I hope to see some of you regulars get more active again. Anyone interested in contributing ANYTHING please let me […]

  • Fourth – Craftspeep. Similar core to Arteest, but took example in a way different direction!

  • Third Peep Core Pod delivered – the Arteest

  • and Second Peep Core Pod delivered – the Wisenheimer

  • From Andy and the Whole Hole Explorer’s Societe’ we present Peep Core Pods!

    In each Peep Core Pod you will find the core stats for some Living Low legal starting characters that you can then overlay a race on […]

    • Come get some!

    • and Second Peep Core Pod delivered – the Wisenheimer

    • Third Peep Core Pod delivered – the Arteest

    • Fourth – Craftspeep. Similar core to Arteest, but took example in a way different direction!

    • And the Fifth – The Ham
      Hams are professional big mouths. They perform plays, sing songs, strum some sick licks, pound instruments, walk on stilts, juggle linachithis, tell jokes and otherwise entertain the peeps. Many are wanderers, musical gadabouts plying their trade at suds middens and various public places. Others are celebrated players, performing for adoring audiences at such eminent venues as Floom’s Reekbottle Theater and New Oorlquar’s Fanny Dome. Such hams sometimes become hugely famous, attracting a following of clamoring fans and adoring sycophants. Guy Goosevomit, Gusty Derple, Eezle Gutgobbler, and Troffle Has-afoot are a few such luminaries (although Troffle’s been dead for centuries, Troffle of the Danged still performs nightly behind one of the Reekbottle’s many ancillary snack bars).

    • Added a Word Wiggler and his Hair Bear companion!
      Wordwigglers are writers, poets, and storytellers. They tell tales, record histories, pen sagas, and spout gabs. Many are wandering taletalkers, spreading news and building legends across the Oith. They carry a vast repertoire of stories, myths, anecdotes, proverbs, fables and gossips with which to entertain, edify, and educate the populace, often in exchange for grub, supplies, and other loot. Throughout history (which they themselves often propagate) a number of wordwigglers have achieved notoriety. Among them are such visionary peeps as Unkthuggance Umungus (Half-Crazed with Insanity), Sweetlips Fuzznoggin, Crusticle Poom, Plunkolingis, and Indulvious Nitch.

    • And Beast Puncher!
      Beastpunchers are the guys who capture, train, or care for Oith’s domestic critters. They drive wagons, goad herds, stable slogs, train stomps, tend to live-stock, and otherwise maintain the beasties. Brunskin the Pantsless, a beastpuncher in the agrarian town of Somewhat Unusual, recently bred a hamster with two faces, which is interesting I guess.

    • Gadabout
      Oith is a goosin’ huge place, far bigger than most of its inhabitants could possibly imagine. Beyond the frontiers lie wildernesses untamed, civilizations unmet, creatures unrecorded, treasures unfound, ruins unexplored, enemies undefeated, friends unbefriended, and countless discoveries undiscovered. Gadabouts are explorers, wanderers, and vagabonds. They travel the Oith, mapping places, discovering stuff, and doing all those other things I just mentioned. A rare few of the greatest gadabouts, such as Toucanacondor Flaminguez (Hello!), That Shardborn, Credulous Shmeckle, and Olgifit Sumthott are chosen to publish their findings in journals such as The Whole Hole – A Gadabout’s Guide to Mutha Oith, which you are currently reading.

    • Second today!
      Price-o-corns sail the Big Drink and other waterways, where they spend their days and nights wenching, chugging suds, sinking tubs, plundering treasures, and otherwise causing a ruckus. Although price-o-corns are unwelcome in many societies, some coastal and island burgs make a good trade catering to their turbulent lifestyle and flamboyant fashion sense (eye patches, spare parts, floppy hats, really big boots, etc…). A great many price-o-corns, with their adventurous ways, swank duds, and notorious manner, gain a bit of infamy among the peepulace. The ravages of such bold bucklers as Filthy Gob, Clefty Four Chins, Captain Brown Eye, Lizebrantalion Squirhinocerat, and Beardless Barf are the subject of many a suds midden saga.

    • Tubpuddler
      This is just a fancy name for a sailor. They ply Oith’s waterways in tubs of all types, from the myriad rivers and lakes to the world-spanning Big Drink itself. Some notable tubpuddlers include Captain Methylmer of the Garbarge, Cassoweasel Manatang of The Hard Bargain, and Dripsquish the Extraordinarily Normal (who went down with Hugormo’s Hulk).

    • Booty Hunter
      When a waremonger needs stolen goods recovered or the hoinks need help tracking down a nefarious gang-sta, they often turn to booty hunters. These peeps specialize in finding things and peeps that don’t want to be found (for a hefty fee, of course). Many booty hunters have a keen sense of individual style, often displaying a personal trademark such as an unusual weapon, a stylish mustache, or a signature catch-phrase. Such temerarious peeps as Globbo Machismo, Burd “Fist Flinger” Doddichomp, and Cellslammer Rancidtongue (who recently nabbed the nefarious Gozzle the Greased) claim this title.

    • Gangsta
      All manner of crooks, outlaws, and pilferers ply their iniquitous trade from within the shadows of Oith’s cities, towns, and elsewheres.
      Such peeps, in the popular vernacular of the time, are known as gangstas. A great assortment of gangstas exist, from the miserable pocket pilferer, like the peep who swiped your bag of slog nuggets, to master fat curdlers, like the nabmasters who yoinked those sweet leg warmers from the Boorglezarium. The bosses of crime are the most notorious gangstas of all. Such infamous peeps as Fat Sushi, Dregzie the Schnoz, Voluminous Gweep, and Unflushable Nab command great respect from their underlings and foes alike.

      Not every gangsta is a nefarious villain. Some break the laws of the land in pursuit of a loftier goal. Consider, for example, the legendary
      Merkhin the Shorn, who shaved the heads and bodies of the hilariously hirsute and dispersed the clippings among the follically challenged. Consider also such peeps as Snotflinger the Mank, who robbed a corrupt waremonger of Goss and used the clams to throw a Feast of the Greased Beast party for some itinerant Boorglezarians, and Hung Dong, a cremefillian dingpin who used his ill-gotten clams to buy a gaggle of smelven slaves from the horcs of Aggogg and then promptly set them free. History overflows with tales of such anti-heroic antics.

    • Wow, you has been busy.

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