Enslaving aliens, mad scientists and cruel despots: the enemies of mankind are ready to launch their final assault. The only hope of survival for human civilization as we know it lies in its most advanced weapon: a brood of giant metal warriors clad in the toughest of metal alloys and wielding the most advanced energy weaponry that science ever conceived. Many lives, including those of your loved ones,... [click here for more]
A ready-to-play adventure for Basic Roleplaying.
A young girl has disappeared and the heroes have only a few hours to rescue her before her captors carry her to the slave market. A classic plot in any fantasy roleplaying game, except that action takes place in thirteenth century Italy, and that the girl’s prison is not a monster-filled dungeon but an Arabian district in a European city.... [click here for more]
It is the year 1206 AD. In the city of Riga, a Christian outpost in the pagan lands of the frozen North, Prince-Bishop Albert founds the Brotherhood of the Sword to subjugate the pagans and convert them to the True Faith. Knights, friars and colonists from all over the Empire move towards the Baltic Sea to find forgiveness for their sins and commodities for their trade, as the Baltic coast is home... [click here for more]
A Martial Artist's power comes from life-giving Chi, which suffuses the land of the Dragon Empire. It is your duty to use your martial skills and amazing Chi powers to protect the Forbidden City from the hungry ghosts, hopping vampires and Foreign Devils who murder and steal from the innocent.
* Use an expanded Martial Arts system that is compatible with any Basic Roleplaying game. Characters may... [click here for more]
Silver Ennie for the "Best setting" category at the ENnies Awards 2010!
Alephtar Games is proud to present the long-awaited supplement "Rome: life and death of the Republic" for Chaosium's Basic Roleplaying. Written by Pete Nash, it is the first non-Cthulhu supplement for BRP that Chaosium licensed to an independent publisher. We would like to spend man lines to describe what is in this 220-page... [click here for more]