A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible GM'S RESOURCE by Creighton Broadhurst
Got bored with the normal version of a monster and fancy spicing things up a bit? Want to include imaginative and interesting versions of an iconic fantasy monster but don’t have the time to build the stat block yourself? Fear not – the 100% Crunch line is here to save the day! Each instalment in the line... [click here for more]
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible TRIBES Supplement by David Posener
The golden hush of midday bakes the rocky slopes of Marred Peak, scorching the hands of the orcish penitents sweltering before their shining prophet, Granalak Searshriek. The orcs, inspired by a visiting, ill-advised missionary, turned to worship the violent, burning aspect of the sun. Guided by divine insight, Searshriek... [click here for more]
Every hero needs an antihero, every defender of the light must have darkness to keep at bay and every pure-hearted paladin needs a vile, shadow-cloaked assassin to cut down. Scions of Evil presents scores of foes to bedevil your PCs and five sinister bands of black-hearted individuals.
As well as over 20 pages of new material including new villains and minions, Scions of Evil collates... [click here for more]
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game GM'S RESOURCE by Creighton Broadhurst
Your PCs have final emerged from the dungeon laden with loot prised from the clutches of their slain foes. Heroically returning to civilisation, they find a tavern, divide up their loot and relax. Then they ask “So what are the people like here, anyway?” At this point, the GM likely panics and either replies “nothing... [click here for more]
From Commander Data to the Metal Men, from Jim Lee’s Spartan to Cherry 3000, from Masumunie Shirow’s cybergeishas to George Lucas’s C-3P0 and R2-D2, from the Vision, to Jomi Shimodo to the Terminator, fully robotic heroes and villains have been a staple of comics and sci-fi for years. Unfortunately, the robots built using the system found in the D20 Future core rulebook can almost... [click here for more]
A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible TRIBES supplement by John Bennett, Ben Kent, David Posener and Pierre van Rooden
TRIBES: Anthology III presents the following tribes:
Bugbears of the Frozen Tears: Lurking in the White Cliffs, the Bugbears of the Frozen Tears revel in terrifying their foes to death.
Cultists of Havra Zhoul: Law-obsessed cultists who follow the teachings of the ghostly... [click here for more]