It’s a book I doubt many of you have ever heard of– Earthblood (1966)–a minor science fiction novel written by two not terribly well-known sci-fi writers, Keith Laumer and Rosel George Brown.

I read the book in installments in If magazine during the spring and summer of 1966. (Before it was published in hardcover later that year,  Earthblood  was first serialized in the April, May, June, and July issues of If .)

I remember running to my local newspaper/magazine shop (yeah, they were still around back then) hungrily waiting for the new edition of If magazine to appear on its racks so I could continue the story.

It’s a book I doubt many of you have ever heard of– Earthblood (1966)–a minor science fiction novel written by two not terribly well-known sci-fi writers, Keith Laumer and Rosel George Brown.

I read the book in installments in If magazine during the spring and summer of 1966. (Before it was published in hardcover later that year,  Earthblood  was first serialized in the April, May, June, and July issues of If .)

I remember running to my local newspaper/magazine shop (yeah, they were still around back then) hungrily waiting for the new edition of If magazine to appear on its racks so I could continue the story.

This will be a homebrew adventure set in the the world of Earthblood, which iscomprised of 21 individual kingdoms. Your character will be from one of the 21 kingdoms and we can figure that out once you are accepted into the game. We will still be using the Forgotten Realms Pantheon as presented in Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide.

We'll send a message to this Game's GM asking their permission to let you join the game. If you want, you can include a brief message below as well:

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Ancient history speaks of a time near the end of the Dawn War when a third power manifested itself. This power was what some call today the primal power. The primal power is composed of many spirits weak and powerful. These primal powers banished the gods to the Astral Sea, and the primordial’s who survived the war to the Elemental Chaos, demanding the preservation of the earth.

One of the most powerful of the primal spirits in the underdark is earthblood. This spirit energy flows through the earth and is what allows life to thrive in the underdark. earthblood manifests itself in three different ways. Those who gain their powers from the primal power source can sense and sometimes communicate with the spirit of the earthblood.

It’s a book I doubt many of you have ever heard of– Earthblood (1966)–a minor science fiction novel written by two not terribly well-known sci-fi writers, Keith Laumer and Rosel George Brown.

I read the book in installments in If magazine during the spring and summer of 1966. (Before it was published in hardcover later that year,  Earthblood  was first serialized in the April, May, June, and July issues of If .)

I remember running to my local newspaper/magazine shop (yeah, they were still around back then) hungrily waiting for the new edition of If magazine to appear on its racks so I could continue the story.

This will be a homebrew adventure set in the the world of Earthblood, which iscomprised of 21 individual kingdoms. Your character will be from one of the 21 kingdoms and we can figure that out once you are accepted into the game. We will still be using the Forgotten Realms Pantheon as presented in Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide.

We'll send a message to this Game's GM asking their permission to let you join the game. If you want, you can include a brief message below as well:

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It’s a book I doubt many of you have ever heard of– Earthblood (1966)–a minor science fiction novel written by two not terribly well-known sci-fi writers, Keith Laumer and Rosel George Brown.

I read the book in installments in If magazine during the spring and summer of 1966. (Before it was published in hardcover later that year,  Earthblood  was first serialized in the April, May, June, and July issues of If .)

I remember running to my local newspaper/magazine shop (yeah, they were still around back then) hungrily waiting for the new edition of If magazine to appear on its racks so I could continue the story.

This will be a homebrew adventure set in the the world of Earthblood, which iscomprised of 21 individual kingdoms. Your character will be from one of the 21 kingdoms and we can figure that out once you are accepted into the game. We will still be using the Forgotten Realms Pantheon as presented in Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide.

We'll send a message to this Game's GM asking their permission to let you join the game. If you want, you can include a brief message below as well:

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Earthblood & Other Stories: Keith Laumer, Rosel George.

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