The Kingdom of Gallus and the Trouble with Brunch

How many D&D games have you played in the Forgotten Realms? Don't get me wrong: I love the classic fantasy-land, Lord of the Rings-esque adventures that take themselves so seriously. But The Kingdom of Gallus is... not that. Gallus is for people who want their roleplaying to be a little sillier. For people who like chickens. And for people who want their games to be about saving the world by making better brunch choices.

Three eggs placed gently alongside some tastefully strewn dice, with a D20 in the foreground reading the number 12, for some unknown reason.

I wrote The Kingdom of Gallus and the Trouble with Brunch because I wanted a more light-hearted adventure module than settings I've played before. I wanted people at my table to make egg puns, and for something as simple as brunch to be what changes the fate of an entire civilization. And not only that, I wanted to write an adventure that could plug into just about any setting - something that's vague enough about its edges that it could be played on its own or be dropped into an existing game as a down-time activity. Because sometimes, what your players want to do on their downtime is talk with a civilization of talking animals.

The added bonus of this campaign is that it can be played with just about anyone of any age. All you need is a sense of humour, some dice, and some rules and you're good to go.

How to Getting Started

Speaking of which, if you've never played a tabletop roleplaying game (TTRPG), and you're trying to figure out how to play, the easiest way to get started is with the D&D Basic Rules, which are available online for free.

If you are more familiar with another TTRPG setting, it's pretty easy to adapt the stats in the game, if you even have to at all.

Available Today!

The Kingdom of Gallus and the Trouble with Brunch is available from our web store! Shipped to you lovingly in a reusable, compostable bubble mailer, each one hand-signed by the author at our studio in Vancouver, BC.