The Black Goat Bids You a Most Cordial Reception…

black_goat_one_wood_cutHey, there! I’m Steve and I want to create roleplaying games material I sincerely hope you enjoy. That’s the meat of it, really. My vision are easy to use products which can fill in all the necessary dark gaps your game or world or whatever may have. Or maybe you’re strictly a player and want to direct your Gamesmaster to a site that will ensure your character’s demise… I care not, so long as you have all eye-stalks directed here, gentlebeings.

Thank you for your eye-stalking.

That said, my mission statement is simple: Have fun.

Now, many of the things that will pop up on Black Goat will be of the particularly grim and dark variety. If it’s not your thing, that’s okay. Since it’s my thing, I’ll be focusing on grim darkness– but that’s not to say I might sling out something more lighthearted or even outright silly. Really, truth be told, I created this thing for me to speak to you and share with you stuff. And everybody likes stuff.

As I add more things, I will expand Black Goat’s breadth of available cool-stuff. Until then, most things will be available as blog posts. Easy to find; easy to get. I will be starting with something I consider to be both a project idea and an exercise, Bestiarium of the Black Goat, where I will throw out creatures great and small to you, to add into your games and such. I intend to eventually publish a collection, of course, with the critters that are discussed more fleshed out and expanded upon.

That’s all for now, you bleating hearts. Be seeing you!

And why not? I’m also going to start doing my very own Dance of Death Alphabet, Ye Nerterological Abecedarium, which will come up with something nasty-like and death-oriented with each letter of the English alphabet.

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