A TrueType Font by S. John Ross
Cumberland Games & Diversions
Nameless Harbor (named for a creepy city in the creepy Pokéthulhu Adventure Game, by creepy game designer Me) is a kind of "traditional Halloween font," if there is such a thing. It's more angular than drippy, though - I went for the occasional twisty-pointy bit. It's a batwinged sort of font. Good for creating player handouts for a "Scooby-Doo" style RISUS (The Anything RPG!) Campaign ...
Nameless Harbor is a full keyboard small-caps set, plus two foreign glyphs (fans of Pokéthulhu can probably guess which). The original master was hand-doodled at the Ruta Maya coffeehouse here in Austin, Texas, while giving my mind a break from game stats.
This font is copyright 2001 by S. John Ross. "Nameless Harbor," "Risus: The Anything RPG" and "Cumberland Games & Diversions" are trademarks of S. John Ross. "The Pokéthulhu Adventure Game" is a trademark of Phil Reed and Russel Godwin. This font is freeware for personal, non-commercial use of any kind (including website decoration and so on). Contact me at email@example.com if you're interested in a commercial license; rates will depend on the details.
This ZIP archive may be freely distributed provided none of the contents are altered or removed.
||Copyright (c) S. John Ross, 2001. All rights reserved.
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||S.JohnRoss: Nameless Harbor: 2001
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||111 - View Complete Character Map