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 font contains 114 defined characters and 98 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (3), Spacing Modifier Letters (2), General Punctuation (13), Private Use Area (2).
- Font Name:Nameless Harbor
- Version:2001; 0.1
- Trademark:Nameless Harbor is a trademark of S. John Ross.
- Designer:S. John Ross & the Cumberland Fontworks
- Vendor URL:www.cumberlandgames.com
- Designer URL:www.cumberlandgames.com
- Description:A wild 'thulhu of a font.
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