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]