A powerful fantasy RPG character sheet designed to look the part as well as contain a wealth of information. This sheet is designed with the power player in mind and is versatile enough for most gaming systems as well as providing a powerful character archive for players and games masters.
Truthfully - The Bronze Dragon ... [click here for more]
Whether you want to use these icons with Hexographer or a general image editor (such as GIMP or Photoshop) or another RPG-related mapping product, these icons are beautiful and will enhance the look of your maps.
These icons are almost a one-for-one replacement of the default Hexographer icons. (A few icons are very simple and therefore didn’t need to be replaced… a few others were added... [click here for more]
54 creatures on 54 cards! Plus a cover/checklist card and license info cards. The front of each has amazing art, while the back has 0e/1e stats using the Labyrinth Lord rules. (Easily converts to many other retro-clones.)
Note: The print-it-yourself PDF file is set up to print duplex on a printer. The upper right card front on page one is matches the upper left card back on page two and so on.... [click here for more]
The following pages include information gathered from many sources and other books that I have read. Some of the information is from difficult to obtain grimoires and magical practices that were considered of great value in long forgotten places. I have created a kind of Encyclopedia of Gemstones for the modern day Gamesmaster and also added much additional information based upon real lapidary practices.... [click here for more]
Game Design Secrets You Need to Know! The practical side of success as a game designer is revealed in these dozen essays by two professionals, including
How to pitch your work
How to survive a killer deadline,
How to make an impression with magic items
How to set up a mystery.
Learn what makes a good playtest,
What makes a design matter to a wide audience,
And many more!
With insights... [click here for more]
The Black Douglas explores the story of Scotland’s greatest medieval knight - Sir James Douglas.
The title notes where the fiction creeps in and takes a historically accurate look at answering a few familiar questions about the Scottish Wars of Independence:
Was Robert the Bruce a killer or a king?
Did Robert the Bruce and William Wallace work together?
Was Scotland a Gaelic speaking... [click here for more]
On the island of Kai Besil the earth trembles with the threat of a terrible fire to come. The forbidding Pillar of Lan Yu plumes white with new smoke, and the warning flames in the village of Talamau burn red and blue with dire promise. Can heroes be found to restore the volcano’s ancient binding, or are the islanders doomed to perish in fire and choking ash?The... [click here for more]