Tuesday, 17 July 2012

GWAR lead singer to pen LotFP adventure


It's like chocolate a peanut butter.

Gross-out shock metaller Dave Brokie, better known as Oderus Urungus, the lead singer of GWAR is writing a new adventure for James Raggi's Lamentations of the Flame Princess. Two awesome worlds have collided and hopefully what remains is something that will melt my face in a very good way.

Brockie's a seasoned D&D veteran, he reveals to Blabbermouth: ""I am an old-school DM, and ran custom adventures out of my worlds for over 20 years until the point where I felt we had committed every possible atrocity and wrenched every permutation out of the D+D system, which I really had abandoned anyway. I began to do horrible things to my players. One group wandered the Abyss for two years until they finally realized they were damned, even though I never told them. Out of boredom I ran a Lawful Good campaign of elves, just to kill them off with the worst monsters I could think of. We used to play on the tour bus all the time, but as GWAR started getting hotter groupies I finally got bored with it."

'Towers Two' is part of Raggi's ambitious crowdfunding extravanganza featuring a plethora of writers in separate funding campaigns. However, with 14 days remaining, Raggi still needs almost $6000 to reach his goal, which isn't a whole lot of time. Still, I wish both guys lots of luck and I hope it comes to fruition, so do help out if you can.