Chimneyhaus is a “sword and whiskers setting” for Isaac Williams’ excellent OSR-style game, Mausritter. If you haven’t played it before, we highly recommend checking it out! 

Chimneyhaus includes the settlement known as Chimneyhaus, built, obviously enough, inside a chimney on an old dairy farm. From there the mice make cheese and brew mead and try to survive in a world full of cats and other terrifying (to mice) creatures.

Beyond the settlement is McRheetz Farm, a fully detailed adventure site, with adventure hooks ready to get your party into the action. And beyond that lies County Langlade, a place of magic and mystery, as well as the many factions that vie for power there.

In this setting, we’ve also created new spells, conditions, and creatures for use in any Mausritter game.

We hope you’ll love exploring Chimneyhaus and its surrounds as muh as we loved making it.

The Credits for Chimneyhaus, and its introduction. The Introduction reads:Farmers have kept the McRheetz Dairy running for generations, and many more generations of mice have lived, worked, fought and died there. More recently, when one of the farmhouse’s chimneys went out of use, the mice moved in, and a new settlement rose up and up around the old bricks. The farm sits in the middle of the County Langlade, known for its rich, flowery fields, ringed by dense forests. What the humans don’t know is the magic of this place. The faeries tell of it, but only to those they trust. Meanwhile, many factions vie for that power. Frey, the Norwegian forest cat, roams far and wide. Hibbert, a frog prince, seeks his life partner. Ghosts and faeries, hawks and foxes, and the cows and chickens of the farm all call this place home. Their stories could fill many books. But those are old tales. New stories, new adventures, await those brave mice who dare to wander.Some of the new creatures for Mausritter, including Butterflies, Cows, Norwegian Forest Cat, Queen Bee, and Fox.

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