Welcome to 100 Oddities for a Graveyard, the fourth entry in Skirmisher Publishing’s popular "Oddities" series!
As roleplaying locales go, graveyards are classic, and can play a part in just about any type of game. As long as adventurers venture and people die, there will be graveyards. Fantasy, historical, urban, modern, horror, and even sci-fi or post-apocalyptic games can all benefit... [click here for more]
Some say the gods expelled the grotesque and the weak from their ranks at the beginning of time, denying them entrance to the lofty heavens. Demons all of them, they fled to remote places where they had palaces built in which they could dwell and prosper in the glittering shadows, and that among these places, the 1001 Pagodas of Doom of the Yellow Springs Island are supreme, sheltering countless... [click here for more]
Welcome to 100 Oddities for a Wizard's Library, third entry in Skirmisher Publishing's ever-expanding series of curiosities designed to fill the empty corners of your campaign worlds!
Oddities may clutter a shelf or lie forgotten in a corner but are not defined by where they are so much as what they are and are unusual by their very nature. A dead rat in the basement of an abandoned... [click here for more]
This is a list of 10,000+ character names, usable in any game system.basic game resource will be series of files that are aids in creating the world you rpg in
currently excess of 11500 names for characters and npc
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Need inspiration right now. Look to the Kobold Ninja. No matter what kind of inspiration you need, the Kobold Ninja stole it at one point or another. Now you can steal your ideas and descriptions from the Kobold Ninja.
Cleric Titles and Elf Male and Female Names adds depth to your game. Not every religion calls their priest a "Cleric". Some are called Seekers... [click here for more]
The next time one of your players searches that bookcase in the library of the mage or finds a couple moldy old tomes as part of a treasure and JUST HAS TO KNOW the titles, don't fret just roll a % and give him a couple of these. Imagine his chagrin when he finds “Secrets to Successful Necromancy” alongside the masterpiece “1995 Dodge Neon Owners Manual”. Values of books are... [click here for more]
This PDF gives you 100 different Science Fiction Substances for your incomprehensible engineer types so you can drop one right into the action and not have to worry about creating one from scratch.
Each Substance has a unique name and complete description of its properties. ... [click here for more]
Here's your treasure... good luck getting it home!
Treasure should be interesting — not just piles of coins! In The Hobbit, Tolkien mentions “countless piles of precious things” and “coats of mail, helms and axes, swords and spears hanging” among the treasures in Smaug’s hoard. Fritz Leiber’s Grey Mouser finds “slim books bound... [click here for more]
This special bundle product contains the following titles.100 Names for Sailors and PiratesRegular price: $0.75 Bundle price: $0.50 Format: ZIP File 100 Names for Sailors and Pirates
Have a handful of mutinous pirates on board and you need to personally address them by name as you make each and every one walk the plank? Grab your percentile dice and check... [click here for more]