News from Steam Crow and the Monster Rangers

Steam Crow Show: Miniature Moment 01

Here’s our first Steam Crow Show episode, Miniature Moment 001, featuring the prepainted D&D figure, Maug #26. I was directly inspired by the paint job of Terry Silverthorn, over at Miniature Mayhem so I can’t take much credit for the… Continue Reading →

Order of Obscuria March Rewards

For our second month of the Order of Obscuria, we produced some new cool stuff as rewards. OoO Badge of the Month Club The 8-Ball is the exclusive Badge of the Month for the Order of Obscuria. Dawna hand stamped… Continue Reading →

Brass Monkey

In the Winter of 1913, Baron Davis found himself on a ship (the Sea Ranger “Doomflower 2”) accompanied by 6 Members of the Order of Obscuria, somewhere on the Hudson Bay. The Doomflower had been accompanying the CSS Acadia in… Continue Reading →

Montalk Font

The “writing” code of the Monster Rangers is called “Montalk” (“monster-talk), and was developed from the scrawls of Marrow Thatch. It is a formalized version of the Montalk written language, which is believed to be created by claw scrawls. The… Continue Reading →

Order of Obscuria February Shipment

Here’s what we sent out in March, as part of our February Order of Obscuria (“OoO”) shipment. While this one is concluded, it’s not too late to join us for the next one! Photos were generously provided by Monster Ranger… Continue Reading →

Steam Crow HQ Game Room

Hey Monster Rangers! I have a passion for gaming, especially tabletop rpgs and skirmish battle games. About 15 years ago, I built this gaming table (then called “the Ultimate Gaming Table”) with my buddy Ben who was a finish carpenter…. Continue Reading →

Video Test

This is just a test for hosted videos, for the OoO. Let’s see what happens.

Woodzo the Owlbear

In the early 20th Century, Baron Davis had to promote the Monster Rangers to the masses, in order to spread the word more quickly behind his Town Hall Rallies. Scary Marrow? While some felt that Marrow Thatch, a 30 ft… Continue Reading →

Monster Rangers Jr Worksheet 1

Here’s a word finder worksheet for our Monster Rangers Junior Acolytes. It should be good for ages 7 and up, though some older Rangers might enjoy it too.

Order of Obscuria Story

As the Monster Rangers grew in the early 1900’s, some “problems” emerged as the newfound movement was catching the attention of the various Monsterology societies that littered the Old World. It seems that Monsterologist Agents, in the guise of Acolyte… Continue Reading →

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