You solve another puzzle to escape this realm. You are returned to the chamber in the temple were you entered and are attacked. You sneak out from the city via a passage shown to by the stranger from scene six. Scene Eight: You return to Tor Gorak to discover it infested with plague. Thus fulling the second part of the mumbo jumbo in the book without you lifting a finger part one was fulfilled when you got nicked by a cultist some fight back.
Stranger number three is dying of plague but manages to hang on just long to reveal the last hints. Having reached the same conclusion perhaps after several applications of plot hammer to your head you battle way through the asylum just as the ritual is about to reach its climax how could it be otherwise. Strangely enough although there are many ways to stop the ritual you are allowed to fail. If you succeed you are still stuck in Tor Gorak with only its insane vampire lord Kas to defeat. Aiming it at level character also seems to be a mistake as it limits the monsters to not all that scary things and hordes of low level Daggers and Cultists.
I am also very disappointed with a Vecna module containing at best only a cameo by Vecna or Kas and no player usable ancient evil artifacts at all. If I was to rewrite this: I would turn scenes two and three into a sandbox. Scene four would be an actual dungeon and perhaps have some connection to either Cavitius or the Shadowed Room. Scene five each of the mountain passes would contain something different and there would be clues to allow the players to chose. Scene six another sandbox with some bonus item hidden in the now non-lethal but simply annoying wastes.
Scene seven perhaps the same but with a secret entrance leading to the inner sanctum rather than walking the front door more description of the Shadowed Room as well as another dungeon or sandbox. Scene eight only happens if players screw-up. Scene nine only if the players really screw-up. Someone better at mind games than me could rethread this so the players actions seem to be helping, but are actually allowing the cultists to accomplish their tasks as well.
Someday I will write the dreaded "Crotch of Vecna" adventure I threaten my players with when they get rowdy. Perhaps, I will steal some ideas from here. It is interesting to contrast this with Jon Petersons "Playing at the World" which more based on written documents from the actual time period.
For covering the interplay of the evolution of rules and who did what when Peterson's approach is better.
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This goes into recollections of actual play in the Greyhawk dungeon. Since it is compiled from recollections and internet posts of 's, it is perhaps colored by the vagueness of human memory. However, it is probably as close to the original Greyhawk experience as any of us will come. I'll try to get to the actual Castle Oldskull books sometime later. Just had to give a shout out to Bundle of Holding. I have had my eye on all three of these for a while but found the. I guess the only really expensive one is Veins of the Earth.
Unfortunately, I seem to keep signing up for new ones. Both were very good as was his previous series. However, it has been years since we have heard a peep from this one. Somehow my busy retirement social life seems to interfere with posting on even on my anemic once a month schedule. However, I will keep posting when I have something to say. The recently finished kickstarters are in need of a posted review. Sample art below. It has many of the features of classic roleplaying with a couple of interesting twists. First actions including combat are resolved with a custom set of cards.
Secondly one levels up by dying first. Since success normally requires a total value of 10 or better, succeeding with only three cards often requires meeting special conditions. Another interesting feature is that cards are only redrawn at the start of the next round, so making a strong attack can leave you with only low-value cards to defend against enemy attacks. For the most part, I think the card mechanic will work well although calculating the odds of success is tricky.
There are only enough cards for four players two from the strength group and two from the intellect group. Now for the leveling up by dying. After they die during the game they will resurrect again in the Aerie with more sparks, heath levels and get to add a new school card and one value 5 card. Every odd level you can remove one low-value card from your deck.
However after seven levels when you die you are dead for good. As well as the core mechanics the book contains a monster guide and seven scenarios. Many are unkillable via physical combat ssh, don't tell your players that just yet. The seven scenarios are marvelous and in many ways the best part of the book. Most of them cannot be successfully navigated by brute force alone enhancing a sense of horror absent from most conventional roleplaying and will probably require the sacrificial death of one or more of the party to obtain the optimum outcome.
I'll not spoil the surprise by discussing the scenarios any further. Overall I found the game an enjoyable read. I didn't like that the starting deck description is hidden in the "Tools for the Marshall" chapter rather than the "How to Play" chapter. There is no index which would have been helpful, even though there is a good table of content. I look forward to trying to lure four players into a one-off campaign through the provided scenarios. I do not see the potential for a long-running campaign with this rules set given the level cap of seven, and the limited selection of character classes.
I am hopeful Ken will keep tinkering with this and provide some more scenarios of the same quality these first ones. Expansions to the broaden the play would also be welcome already extra intellect and strength cards are available through Drivethrurpg allowing for a fifth and sixth player. The hope is to generate a framework for which to compare games against and highlight their unique features.
Outline below A. Adventures Underground Urban Wilderness Comparing this outline to the contents of the fifth edition Dungeon and Dragons: Elements A and B are in the player's guide; Element C is split between the player's guide and the dungeon masters guide. Element D gets its own book, although pieces are in both in player's guide and the dungeon master's guide. Element E is in the dungeon master's guide.
Meandering on the web has taken me to this interesting find. There is also a link to a host site for this game. Being interested in all things Ultima, I downloaded and took a look. Based on a quick read through it seems to be a playable and viable game. Like Ultima Online, it is tri-stated and skill-based using skills rated from One advances by using skills. Unlike the computer game, this is at a fixed rate rather than a random shot.
I think this advancement system is workable but will require a lot of bookkeeping. It is subject to the same skill spam breakage techniques that soured me on Runequest. Fortunately, Ultima has a nice defined set of words of power. Ethereal Lock is like Ethereal Speak but uses virtue points to make the effect permanent. Overall this is a very good adaptation of the Ultima Online game to the tabletop.
The power word spell system has some potential if the game balance can be worked out. I would have liked a little less bookkeeping. The game mechanics will fail in the same method as the online game i. However, this is still the best tabletop version of Ultima Online I have found. There is also an Age of Shadows supplement, but I haven't looked at it yet. Heard about this game while watching the Wizards of the Coast stream of many eyes. Since this was all that was available and free to play I thought I'd give it a shot.
Warning This game will give you carpal tunnel syndrome. Morrowind also gave me carpal tunnel syndrome, but it was much more worth it. Your sole options are rearranging the party and clicking on the endless stream of monsters as fast as you can. Warning This game relies on loot crates. It doesn't seem it is "pay to win" since you can get loot crates with the gems from level bosses instead of cash.
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I logged out in the middle of a quest and when I came back several hours later it gave me 20 billion gold pieces. On the plus side, the art is cute. The player's guide does indeed include a section on custom character classes. The system is very simple for humans: You have four build points to spend on five class categories: Hit Dice, Fighting, Thievery, Divine, and Arcane; Each category is allocated between 0 and 4 points. Every build point allocation adds experience points to the experience required to level up. Non-human races get an additional four build points to spend on racial attributes, however as you spend more points your level cap drops.
I do not like the Non-human level caps. Are all these classes fair and balanced against each other? If classes stick to the Hit Dice, Fighting, Thievery, Divine, and Arcane model and the names are mostly fluff it could work. If every new class has its own special moves and spell list this system will collapse quickly. Could the number of classes have been reduced by not using a race-as-class model? I think so. While I can no longer complain about the lack of classes in ACKS, I am a little worried that the proliferation of classes offered as a solution will boost the complexity of the game to unmanageable levels.
One of the most perplexing features of "Old School Renaissance" is their proclaimed desire for simplicity which they achieve by cutting out classes in their first book, and then immediately destroy in their next supplement by adding classes back in. Went to GenCon for Friday. Got to Gencon about noon. Spent a half hour for an open parking lot. Spent another half hour hiking the mile from where I parked.
Started at the western end and stumbled out the eastern end when the room closed at PM. Marched the loot out to the car. Was going to go to the ENies, but decided I was so tired I just drove home. Observations: The dealer's room is dominated by board games. Many of the roleplaying games I had already picked on Kickstarter. Demoed a pirate card game and listened to a sales pitch for a gaming table mostly a for a chair to sit in.
Failed to connect with much of anyone other than two random gamers for lunch. I am getting too old for a Convention this large. Everyone is a magic user a strangely dark and twisted realm filled with portals to other dimensions. As with many Monte Cook things, the pretention is strong in this product see Jeff Rients I got your threefold model right here, buddy! This time Monte has cranked it up to 11 with a custom box for the game and claims of all new roleplaying experience. Unfortunately, as a collector, pretention is one of my weaknesses. Here are some pictures of the Black Cube and what lies within.
In terms of owning something unique, my friends won't have yes.
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The pretention aspect is failed a little in the ability of the cardboard cube to withstand the weight of the items inside, mine is showing tears where some of the shelves join the walls of the cube. It was no use mapping the City because it re-arranged itself every week. Jeremiah's far tamer Game of the North is available here although the random items table does give you some of the Unknown City vibes. Started a few months ago to go through my Role Playing Game RPG collection and give a stars rating to each of the items listed on my Rulenomicon page.
I just finished up with Zweihander, the last game on the list, today. I guarantee I have called someone's RPG baby ugly. However, I do have some specific things I am looking for. Overall I am interested in systems that generate characters quickly, have rules that are simple to learn, but have enough complexity to make the game interesting in the long haul.
I am more interested in campaigns than one shot adventures so character advancement is important. Since this is a review of rules I focused my attention on character creation, combat resolution, and spell casting. Most of the games under 10 pages lacked enough complexity to sustain a long-term campaign and keep it interesting, so were rated lower.
The ability of the rules writer to explain things clearly and concisely without excessive use of acronyms and jargon was important. I have a great deal trouble with so-called "story games" as many of these reduce the resolution to a single dice roll, and also expect character reactions to be determined by dice rolls as well. One of the things I enjoy most about roleplaying is people working together to cooperatively solve problems, so games emphasizing intraparty conflict did not fair well in my ratings. I am biased towards fantasy settings, so modern and post-apocalyptic settings got rated a little lower steampunk and hard sci-fi probably are somewhere in-between.
Dice pool games where all but the top few dice are ignored have some possibility. Dice pool games which count the number of successes by the number of dice exceeding a certain number seem workable as well, but don't try to sell me custom dice with plusses and minuses, or funny symbols. Some systems which limit the range from 2d6 to 4d6 with the assumption that the two dice roller is a novice who is going to probably fail and four dice roller is a master who is going to succeed are barely tolerable.
Blogger refused to accept my MSword formatted table, so you'll have to accept a text based layout for now. Hitched a ride with a couple of friends from the grognards podcast up to Garycon Last week. We ended up off-site at one of the myriad one-star motels that surround Lake Geneva. Unlike my friends who packed their schedules from 8 AM to Midnight. I tried to only sign up for a couple of things a day. Thursday morning was spent in the dealer's room, the afternoon going through the Garycon adventurers league first tier two adventure, and the evening listening to Larry Elmore pontificate.
Friday I flew with the dawn patrol in Fight in the skies Its a good system, but I hate flying allied planes in picked up the second Garycon adventurers league tier two adventure, sat in on the Greyhawk fan panel, and searched for the Source of the Nile. Sunday saw a trip through the Jakallan Underworld hosted by the head of the Tekumel foundation Victor Raymond.
Good times. However, I could have done with a bit more sleep than my gung-ho companions' schedules and our off-site location allowed. Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel. Embed this content in your HTML. Report adult content:. Account: login. More Channels. Channel Catalog Subsection Catalog. Articles on this Page showing articles 1 to 25 of Contact us about this article.
Thoughts from Robert himself see quote at the start of this review for example. Four attributes Strength, Agility, Intellect, and Will. Making decisions ask your DM. Four novice paths: Magician, Priest, Rogue, and Warrior. Novice paths provide powers for 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 8th levels.
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Master paths provide powers for level 7 and You know armor, weapons, adventuring gear, hirelings seem cheap. A nice basic introduction to Dming. The bestiary closes out the book. I like the sections on characters, customization and templates. There is a lot of potential here. Zodiac Campaign Setting. Kickstarter I didn't sign on for, but they had hardbacks for sale at Con-on-the-Cob. And of course, Volo's Guide to Monsters. From EN world. We are sorry to be the bearers of such tremendously sad news, but our father passed away peacefully at yesterday morning. You can find a great deal of his work available for free at the Project Aon website.
From the blurb on the website:. Aihrde I was sweating bullets on this one. Symbaroum Thistle Hold Core complete stretch items to come. Rhune a couple more story arc adventures to go Slumbering Ursine Dunes I think there's one bonus adventure still owed. Ryuutama basically done but pledge contains permanent electronic updates. Whats O.
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W original date August Five Moons original date August Throne of Night What you sent out was cool! Chapter by chapter review bellow:. This is a series of random roll-up charts to generate facts about your place of origin followed by a series of questions to answer about how you feel about your country of origin. This starts with the basic statistics the standard six number of dice you roll is determined by your race nominally 3d6. This is a new section in the tab system but no new act heading. This is a also new section in the tab system without a new act heading. A bunch of reputations and traits based on the overall party.
Build a base. Ascent to Godhood. Once you are a God you must act indirectly through other characters. Holy Crap Printed Book supposed to ship this week. Please come home, I still love you baby way past due, I still want the item. The Champions 4E Universe Bonus Collection had a big nine-volume assortment of Dark Champions books and the single most highly regarded supplement in the 4E line We posted a question-and-answer list about these two offers at the official Bundle of Holding blog, Beyond the Bundle: " Questions about the Champions Fourth Edition Bundles.
This offer featured the Silhouette CORE Deluxe Edition rulebook that drives the 3E system, plus a generous range of 3E supplements and all five Storyline books -- the narrative supplements that Heavy Gear fans call "metaplot done right. Almost all this material also works with the Classic Traveller rules. When we resurrected this offer in March , we added the full-length T20 adventure Objects of the Mind -- and all previous customers, including purchasers of the original March run, received the newly added book automatically on their Wizard's Cabinet download page.
When you buy a Bundle of Holding early, you never worry about missing a title added later -- even much later. The intrepid Ethernauts dismounted their Edisonian flyers to proudly deliver this collection featuring the Clockwork Publishing edition of the classic proto-steampunk SFRPG Space: Originally published by GDW , Space: lets your ether flyer explore the swamps of Venus and the ancient canals of Mars in civilized adventures out of Jules Verne, H.
Wells, and H. Rider Haggard. This Clockwork edition, funded by a successful July Kickstarter campaign , uses the Ubiquity system created for Hollow Earth Expedition featured in our December Ubiquity Bundle. Note: The titles in this offer aren't from the original GDW line. BattleTech 's setting has a long history; this offer emphasized the Clan Invasion, AD , though many of these supplements are set earlier in the timeline. Periphery First Edition, about the minor yet pivotal kingdoms beyond the Inner Sphere Shattered Sphere , an update that brings the timeline forward to The aptly named fellowship of Advanced Adventurers brought us a large collection of Old School modules in the long-running Advanced Adventures series from Expeditious Retreat Press.
It was written by Darren Allan Crouse, and supervised by Dr. In the study, Crouse discusses the construction of nostalgia in the art of Expeditious Retreat Press' Advanced Adventures line. He challenges traditional academic understandings of nostalgia as simple escapism. Crouse argues that, while the Advanced Adventures pay homage to the history of RPGs, the series is an expression of an emerging old-school gaming subculture who use nostalgia in new and creative ways -- while charting new directions for their hobby.
The Noble Houses brought us this big collection featuring most of the important books for Fading Suns , Holistic Design's star-spanning science fiction RPG of darkening skies in the sixth millennium. The Keepers brought us this comprehensive collection featuring White Wolf's Storytelling game Hunter: The Vigil , about mortals in desperate combat against the shadowy entities of the Chronicles of Darkness. This offer included almost the entire Vigil product line.
The Royal Conquerors, driving their enemies before them and glorying to hear the lamentations of their spouses and Significant Others, brought us this collection featuring the Adventurer Conqueror King System , Autarch 's sweeping Old School FRPG that lets you build and run your own fantasy kingdoms. The Hungarian model masters at Lord Zsezse Works brought us this collection of. Check out the free accessories at the Lord Zsezse Works website. Our Friends and Family brought us a second collection sequel to the successful December original of RPGs that parents can play with their kids, or kids can play with each other.
Colors of the Sky adds new henge, adventures, and most important candy. Fantasy Friends tells stories of village life of fantasy kingdoms -- you can play a dragon, elemental, magical sword, or even a slime! Harvesters Troll Lord Games : Anthropomorphic heroes on their first fantasy quest. No Thank You, Evil! Monte Cook Games : The Kickstarter sensation that shows young players how to create and explore their own imaginary universe. Young Centurions Evil Hat : Teenage pulp heroes protect the world of the s.
As always, all previous purchasers, including those who bought the bundle during its original December run, received the new additions automatically. Wyrd's "Penny Dreadful" adventures aren't related to the Penny Dreadful TV series , but take their name from the late 19th-Century precursors of the pulps, the " penny dreadfuls. This offer's designated charity was The Hero Initiative , which supports veteran comics creators in time of need. The Master Planners returned with a fourth annual collection of gamemastering texts and play aids that help you create worlds and run exciting play sessions.
The Fellowship of the Horn returned with this fourth annual spectacular offering of small-press RPGs and ebooks. The Stalwart Revivalists brought forth from the dungeon our fourth princely treasure hoard of games, campaign settings, and modules celebrating the Old School Revival. As a companion to this offer, we revived for a second time the original April Trail of Cthulhu Bundle. The Desperate Survivors couldn't forestall the arrival of this gore-soaked collection of RPGs about the walking dead. PDF versions of the two Character Decks: Core Deck humans 1 and Core Deck toxic 1 -- note that these links go to the print-on-demand physical decks, not the.
The Gutter Runners brought us this all-new collection of steampunk RPGs in many settings and genres -- a boon companion to the Victoriana Bundle we resurrected from May On the continent of Immoren, magic meets machinery in an ongoing industrial revolution. The vigorous Kingdoms, having overthrown the conquering Orgoth, now use arcane mechanika to fight out ancient grudges.
Beasts and cults rule the wilderness, and necromancers call forth the dead. To survive in these soot-covered cities, you'll need brains, brawn, a loaded pistol, and a touch of alchemy. For a fourth straight year our Gumptious Vanguard presented its annual collection of top-quality small press RPGs. The Eighth Tribe of the Fallen brought us this collection featuring Tribe 8 , Dream Pod 9 's post-apocalyptic fantasy of spirituality and horror in a world gone terribly wrong. Tribe 8 Player's Handbook First Edition start here!
The Shadowrun 3E Essentials offer, the starting point for every runner's career, included the Shadowrun 3E main rulebook plus the free Shadowrun 3E Quick Start Rules and all the important supplements:. The Fat Dragons brought us these full-color. PDFs of print-and-fold paper terrain models for roleplaying adventures and 28mm-scale miniatures games from Fat Dragon Games. This offer worked well with our August Osprey Wargames Bundle of rulebooks for 28mm miniatures games. The Seahawks returned with this collection featuring the Osprey Wargames line of rulebooks for 28mm-scale tabletop miniatures games from the military history experts at Osprey Publishing.
This offer ran together with our Fat Dragon Terrain Sets collection of. PDFs of print-and-fold paper terrain models for roleplaying adventures and 28mm-scale miniatures games. The Private Detectives returned with this collection featuring Pinnacle Entertainment's Deadlands Noir hardboiled fantasy setting for Savage Worlds that pushes the Deadlands: Weird West setting 50 years forward to the shadowed streets of New Orleans. With a heavy-metal attitude and explicit non-work-safe illustrations, LotFP presents a sinister and horrific twist on fantasy gaming.
As sourcebooks, the titles in these offers work fine with any SF campaign. We also presented four sets of Traveller Deck Plans, which debuted in. PDF in these offers and aren't available at Warehouse After its RQ license lapsed in , Mongoose refashioned the system as Legend. The Bonus Collection added the two bestiaries, Monsters of Legend 1 and Monsters 2 ; the four historical sourcebooks Gladiators of Legend , Pirates of Legend , Samurai of Legend , and Vikings of Legend ; and the complete sourcebook of a dark elven stronghold, Sheoloth, the Sprawling City.
Flight of the Nova-1 ; 2. Cold War Conundrum ; 2. The Undauntables brought us this two-fisted collection of high-spirit, high-action RPGs set in the s and beyond. The Incorporate States journeyed from Poseidon in the Lambda Serpentis System with this comprehensive collection featuring Blue Planet , the science-fiction tabletop roleplaying game from Biohazard Games about colonizing the ocean world of Poseidon, AD With its accurate depictions of an alien planet's geography, climate, and ecosystem, Blue Planet sets the standard for "hard" scientifically accurate sf roleplaying.
This offer presented both editions of the Blue Planet rules Biohazard, , and Fantasy Flight Games, and all the major supplements. Talsorian's steampunk-science-magick RPG of high adventure where the forces of wizardry fight on the gaslit streets of a neo-Victorian New Europa. The Labyrinthine Delvers unearthed this collection featuring the original D20 Dungeon Crawl Classics tabletop fantasy roleplaying modules from Goodman Games.
This offer gathered many of the best DCC modules from , arranging them to ramp smoothly from 1st to 15th level. As a convenience to our customers, we also included "Player's Resources" and "GM's Resources" archives of free downloads from the Kenzer and Company website. Easy to learn and fast-playing, OpenQuest extends the original percentile-based fantasy system made popular in Call of Cthulhu and many other RPGs to support modern-day and science fiction settings.
The Clockwork Palace , a location mini-sourcebook that also debuted in this offer. Your friend The Computer authorized this collection of brand-new. These titles will be made available outside this offer after appropriate review by The Computer's loyal servants in Central Processing Unit, Technical Services, Internal Security, and other service groups not available at your clearance. This offer followed our September Hellfrost Bundle, set in the same world.
The Hellfrost: Land of Fire setting book The introductory adventure Curse of the Sand Lord and the scenario collection Tales from the Sands As a convenience to our customers we also included the Hellfrost Player's Guide and the Hellfrost Bestiary , both required for the Land of Fire series and both previously presented in our September Hellfrost Bundle. The entire Ars Magica line is available at Warehouse Tales of Power adventures Transforming Mythic Europe moving your campaign into alternate history. Between them, these two offers presented the core rulebook and 18 major supplements.
The consolidated lineup:. The Seahawks returned with this all-new collection of beautiful full-color volumes in the " Osprey Adventures " series from Osprey Publishing. This sequel to our August offer presented more explorations of myths and legends, secret histories, and aliens -- many written by leading designers in the tabletop roleplaying field. This was half of a double offer; the companion offer was a revival of our September Champions Fifth Edition collection. Howard, Fritz Leiber, Michael Moorcock, and other swords-and-sorcery masters.
Our stealthy team of Covert Operatives returned to uncover this highly classified new collection of spy and espionage RPGs. In terms of design approaches, this was by far the most diverse collection we've ever presented -- Old School Revival alongside Story Now, White Wolf's Storyteller system, and a retro-clone of the Victory Games classic James Bond The Dungeoneers returned with this new offer, a sequel to our hit December collection, presenting top-quality third-party supplements for Dungeon World , the Apocalypse Engine fantasy RPG. The Council of the Traditions brought us this collection featuring the 2nd Edition of White Wolf's Classic World of Darkness Storyteller game about reality on the brink.
For the May revival of this 13th Age offer, we added one new title: Summoning Spells , a 13th Age Monthly installment. All previous purchasers of the original December run also received the new addition. When you buy a Bundle of Holding offer early, you never miss a title added later -- even way later. The Master Planners returned with this third installment in a popular annual series presenting collections of gamemastering resources. These ebooks help you create and run your own roleplaying campaign. The Fellowship of the Horn returned with our third annual collection of recent top-shelf small-press tabletop RPGs:.
Our fellowship of Neoclassicists pushed the boundaries to bring us this collection of games and modules that adapt the old-school approach to genres beyond traditional fantasy settings. Semple The globe-spanning campaign Worldbreaker. This offer's original November run included a preview playtest manuscript of Worldbreaker ; a revival in August added the complete book. And all purchasers of the original run received the new addition automatically. Yet again the intrepid Mad Scholars escaped the sanatorium to bring us this third annual collection of mind-wrenching games, supplements, and scenarios inspired by HP Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos:.
The Nerve Wrackers returned with our third annual collection of horror RPGs, this time featuring the Savage Worlds rulebook and Horror Companion plus two SW campaign settings, as well as several other terrifyingly fine games:. Our Gumptious Vanguard returned yet again with this all-new third annual fall collection of top-quality indie RPGs:.
The Triple Aces and prolific designer Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams provided this cool -- no, bone-chillingly cold -- collection for Savage Worlds featuring epic fantasy adventure in the icebound world of Rassilon. In January , when we revived this offer as " Hellfrost Essentials," we revamped the lineup and added these supplements -- and, as always, all previous purchasers of the original run received the new additions automatically on their Wizard's Cabinet download page:. PDF for the first time anywhere in this offer, and isn't available anywhere else.
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Vincent Baker. Leading military history publisher Osprey Publishing provided this collection of beautifully illustrated treatises on myth and legend, fantastic lands and races, and alternate histories. Dragonslayers by Joseph A. Our fellowship of Sedulous Historians returned with an all-new offering of alternate-historical and fantasy RPGs inspired by historical settings. With the inclusion of the classic SFRPG Timemaster originally published by Pacesetter Ltd in , customers got a way to link all these eras in one sprawling campaign. The Rampant Roach fellowship returned with this new collection featuring Midgard, the Kobold Press dark fantasy setting inspired by traditional European legends and folklore.
To learn more, check the free Midgard Preview. All the titles in this offer were the Pathfinder versions. Our fellowship of Hinterlanders brought us this collection featuring exotic settings and colorful eras for fantasy roleplaying. Millennium's End v2. The Far Futurists returned from the Spinward Marches yet again with a third collection featuring classic Traveller.
This large collection, from Traveller designer Marc W. Miller at Far Future Enterprises , enjoyed greater success than both our previous classic Traveller offers put together. This offer was curated by Owen K. Those hard-bitten Private Detectives returned with this hardboiled collection of indie RPGs inspired by crime novels and film noir stories about tough crooks and the tougher people who hunt them.
The Gutter Runners crept from the foggy London alleys with this collection featuring the Cubicle 7 Entertainment RPG of Victorian high adventure, gothic fantasy magic, and steampunk engineering. No fooling! Laundry agents fight Cthulhu Mythos horrors and bureaucratic supervisors. The Storm Knights returned with another huge collection featuring the classic s multi-genre tabletop roleplaying game of the Possibility War in the Near Now.
By getting this collection together with our January Torg Bundle, customers received all the cosm location sourcebooks and important supplements for the entire Torg line. We also presented, for the first time anywhere since the October Hillfolk Kickstarter campaign, a collection of Hillfolk musical tracks composed by James Semple and Marie-Anne Fischer.
These tracks are not yet sold at retail. The Camarilla sired this amazing collection featuring the 2nd Edition of White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade and many of its finest supplements. Our Carellians brought us this collection featuring C. Carella 's light, low-crunch, fast-playing Unisystem from Eden Studios. Conspiracy X 2. Our Archival Researchers brought us this collection of ebooks presenting the history and highlights of the roleplaying game hobby. Laws, 40 Years of Gen Con. The Storm Knights brought us this huge collection featuring the classic s multi-genre tabletop roleplaying game of Storm Knights fighting the Possibility War in the Near Now.
The Freebooters from Frog God Games brought us this collection featuring their Pathfinder pirate-fantasy campaign setting of dark heroic swashbuckling and terror in the Age of Sail. From the deepest depths, the Dungeoneers brought this fine collection featuring Sage Kobold's bestselling Apocalypse Engine fantasy RPG plus a full line of supplements and adventures:. The GM controls what is present by what cards are in the deck.
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