Encounters on the Savage Seas is a 100-page supplement containing mini-adventures, NPCs, new ships, locations, and magic items. In all, the writers have produced 19 unique encounters, NPCs, and locations for you to add to any nautical campaign. We’ve even included scaling suggestions so they can be used with different party levels.
Take a moment to view the 20-page preview. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Do you have a friend who is interested in playing Dungeons & Dragons but intimidated at the thought of joining an established group?
Have you tried and tried to get your significant other to play but they don’t want to commit to a 3+ hour session?
Crimson Hood was written for these moments. This a bite sized introduction to Dungeons & Dragons, clocking in at just over an hour of play time but packed with opportunities for combat, role-playing and more.
At least one very popular “ancient imperial palace intrigue” TV show has also been shut down by government censors. The aim appears to be to rewrite Chinese history to give the appearance of an eternal peaceful utopia.…
I was very sad to hear about Larry’s passing. Larry introduced me to the games Incan Gold and Groo (the card game), and I played Cosmic Encounter for the first time with he and Tadashi Ehara at DunDraCon.
There’s always something to hear about gaming. And thankfully there are plenty of people to talk about it—if you know where to find them.
That’s right: podcasts! If you are a fan of Dungeon Crawl Classics,Mutant Crawl Classics, or even Appendix N, you’ve got some amazing options waiting for you out there. An entire community of podcasts supporting your favorite games and their source are available, and they are absolutely free.
Exploring the worlds of Appendix N in every facet—print, film, or otherwise—Sanctum Secorum brings it all in focus to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics. The cast of the show brings the selected work of each show into the world of DCC, giving you insights on how to work that flavor into your game.
If you are looking for an in-depth look at Dungeon Crawl Classics, then you need to check out Spellburn. Hosted by Judges Jen, Julian, Jarrett, and Jeff (they really need to find someone with a “J” name…), each episode looks at aspects of DCC RPG and the latest releases for the system.
Taking a page from the Spellburn tome, Glowburn looks at the world of Mutant Crawl Classics and talks about what’s new and some of their favorite aspects of our post-apocalyptic role-playing game. Mutate your listening habits to spend some time with this entertaining crew and their take on MCC RPG.
Take a tour through all of Appendix N courtesy of Jeff Goad, Ngo Vinh-Hoi, and a rotating roster of special guests as they talk about the fiction that helped to inspire the world’s first fantasy role-playing game!
We had the privilege recently of supporting an unusual event – a boardgame tournament held internally at a large GE Digital office in Ohio. They drew more than 50 players for Zombie Dice and created these really classy 3D-printed trophies. They also used the 3D printer to create giant dice and grapefruit-sized brains. Brains!
Have we said recently that Games are Good? Okay, saying that again. Whether it’s for a weekend or just for 20 minutes away from your desk. Well played, gentlefolk!
Spruce up your GURPS Martial Arts campaign with the adventure outlines and scenario-creation tips from Pyramid #3/14: Martial Arts. Can you survive an underground fighting circuit, a strange and terrible land, or crumbling terrain? Expand your combat prowess and your digital library with these downloads from Warehouse 23.
Play Bingo at the Table by watching for common and uncommon D&D experiences. Player rolling 1s? Character loves to haggle? Villain always an evil wizard? Spot these occurances and line them up for Bingo and earn in-game rewards!
DM’s Hand out these Bingo Cards and reward paying attention with one inspiration, one auto success, a 500 point Experience Bonus, or your choice of in-game reward.
7 Bingo Cards with 1 Blank Card for Creating Your Own Bingo Circumstances
“Aye, looking to spice things up again are ye? Well here are some removes for you to feast upon before thy next harrowing adventure, where there is a high probability of you being removed from Faerun itself!”
Recipes of the Realms II is a companion document to our best seller,Recipes of the Realms. This addition provides more side dishes, removes, and sauces to bring the realms to life right on your dinner table. Again, we’ve provided game statistics on some items to provide for the opportunity to have a culinary experience in and out of game. Pick up this supplement and taste the realms today!
B. Wraven Wright has ghostwritten over 100 OGL D20 adventures and supplements for publishers large and small and also acted as a Slot 0 (beta tester) on over three dozen adventures for Living Forgotten Realms, the organized game play platform that was sanctioned by Wizards Of The Coast for Dungeons and Dragons 4th edition. He also created the 2Die10 Games imprint and successfully used Kickstarter to publish his own game and setting, Excelsior.
The Sunken God is a patron inspired by the myths of the sea gods. Beings like Davy Jones, Poseidon, and other creatures of the deep. You gain a plethora of water-themed spells, including two converted spells from 3.5e.
This patron would go well in an ocean-themed campaign such as the upcoming Ghosts of Saltmarsh.