Session Zero is a zine geared towards collaborative world building, using inspiration from popular media.
Issue 1: The Smoldering Swamp looks to The Princess Bride for inspiration; inspired by - but not a slave to - that inspiration. So while you'll find a chocolate covered pill to help someone recover from being "mostly dead", bursts of flame and pits that will swallow you without warning,... [click here for more]
The Barrow, inspired by my favorite video game by Bethesda Softworks, is loaded with content to add to any game of Dungeon World!
7 Barrow features 9 Creatures 2 Potions and 2 Rings as templates for creating your own 3 Very simple crafting moves 5 Legendary Artifacts 4 Factions 1 Steading 185 Questions to help incorporate this content into any Dungeon World game ... [click here for more]
The Dark Forest, inspired by one of my favorite book series by J.K. Rowling, is loaded with content to add to help you build a new campaign world!
6 features, 10 creatures and 5 Legendary Artifacts with questions to customize them for your world Articles about Rituals and Wands 5 Cleric Spells 5 Wizard Spells 12 Source-inspired World Building questions and a map and plot generator that lets... [click here for more]
World Building Example - Session Zero shows how you can use my zine Session Zero to create a new world with your players, for any roleplaying game you wish to play.
Session Zero: Built for Dungeon World, useful for ANY Roleplaying Game! ... [click here for more]
Professor Herron is 1 of 14 NPCs you’ll find in Session Zero, Issue 4 – The Island Prison inspired by “Batman: Arkham Asylum” from Rocksteady
Session Zero is built for Dungeon World but useful for ANY role playing game because its foundation is world building. ... [click here for more]
WINGS - "Wherever Imagined" Narrative Game System - formerly known as One Sheet RPG is a very rules-lite, narrative roleplaying game that I created for a friend who wanted a “super simple RPG without a bunch of fiddly stuff to worry about so we can just tell a cool story". I tried to boil a role-playing game down to the absolute essentials, and this is the result. WINGS is almost... [click here for more]