Upon an Icy Peak. A treacherous, twisting path through the mountains of Helik Water. Weaving into icy caverns deep inside the mountain, and outside onto steep and treacherous cliff trails–it is one of the most dangerous routes for travel. It is said it was constructed by an ancient society of technologically advanced orcs who braved the summit to carve out their legacy. Doors of all sorts dot the mountainside, marking the entrances and exits of the path along the mountain. During this most festive season of the year, Winterspiel, you’re taking that very path into the heart of the mountain. Upon an Icy Peak is a starter adventure module for the Micro Chapbook Roleplaying game. All the rules you need to play are included.
Noah Patterson is a full-time writer of murder mysteries and thriller fiction. He has a deep love for history and tries to apply it to his books as often as possible. He works as a creative consultant, publicist, game designer, and graphic designer in addition to his writing. He previously worked as a horror journalist and blogger where he connected with various authors, publishing houses, and film studios to promote the latest horror related news and trends. N.C. currently lives in downtown Omaha, Nebraska with his wife. He works full-time from home.
1 – Upon an Icy Peak – Noah Patterson (Independently published, 2020)
2 – Let’s See Them Poems – Andrew Shaffer (8th Circle Entertainment, 2020)
3 – It’s Loud in Here – Alyssa Pike (Independently published, 2021)
4 – Falling Skies – Charlotte Nystrom, Spenser Bay Press (Independently published, 2021)
5 – A Chapbook About Nothing – Scott Cumming (Independently published, 2022)
6 – A Voice in the Wilderness – Justin Farley (Independently published, 2020)
7 – Migrant Psalms – Darrel Alejandro Holnes (Northwestern University Press, 2021)
8 – Small Change – Christopher Cuninghame (Sampson Low, 2021)
9 – Dark Astral: Grim & Perilous Chapbook – Daniel D Fox (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2020)
10 – Night Animals – Yusef Komunyakaa, Rachel Bliss (Sarabande Books, 2011)