Welcome to the first issue of Dragon's Hoard, the Alea Publishing Group's newsletter with perks!
In this issue Players and Game Masters will enjoy:
An update to the Noble multiclass character featured in Feudal Characters: Noble.Please Note: You do not need to purchase this product for the update - it is included in the preview below.
A preview of our product Feudal... [click here for more]
Welcome to the first issue of Friar's Almanac where we will take a hard look at the current roleplaying game market. We will include articles about both official Dungeons and Dragons products and 3rd party offerings. We will feature news, articles, and how-to's about everything from generic roleplaying games to electronic products.
We allow user submissions and we are advertiser supported. Check out... [click here for more]
The second issue of the Friar's Almanac. This month we take a look at other games systems, an interview with James M. Ward, living equipment, goblin poetry, sci-fi roleplaying games, phychology and roleplaying, another Skill Conduit Contest, and much much more!
Contents this month:
Giant Carnivorous Slug Correspondence .................................................................... 4 Oops... [click here for more]
Its Steampunk month at the Friar's Almanac! Here is what we have this month:
GOING STEAMPUNK BAD
ALBREKTS GUIDE TO GATE TRAVEL
THE MARK OF A CIVILIZATION
A YELLOWDINGO ATE MY BABY
REDPHAGE POISONS THE CAPITOL
THE BRYNRYFE CAMPAIGN PART 3: WORLDBUILDING
The Teloren Duchy Murders
Implements versus Weapons
Comparison: Warlock vs. Sorcerer
THE POWER OF PROPHAGANDA
MAKING... [click here for more]
Friar's Almanac an independent Roleplaying magazine!
Contents this month
PRINCESS FOUND ALIVE IN MINISTRY Copyright Information Copyright Information BRYNRYFE CAMPAIGN DOMESDAY BOOK (REPRISED) THE KEEP BETTER BARRELS ECONOMICS IN A D&D PERSPECTIVE Dvergar A Historical Flourish Interested in Having Your Article in Print? Interested in Getting the Word Out? ... [click here for more]
The Seventh issue of Friar's Almanac is on its way.
This month we talk about:
THE INHABITANTS OF DRIFTER CANYON URBAN ENVIRONMENTS EXPLORING SEWERS AND CISTERNS ALONE IN THE PILLORY WHEN THE ROTTEN TOMATOES FLY RETASKING THE MAGIC THE CAMERA OBSCURA BUILD YOUR OWN ISLAND Outlandish Circumstances HORATIUS RACISM IN RPGs GOING WITH THE CROWD ALLOYS BUILD A NOVEL KEEP? A D&D ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE FEELING... [click here for more]
Here is the next issue of Friar's almanac. This issue we take a look at what inspires us to play role playing games in the first place from obscure internet video to how people know about the game. ... [click here for more]
This 4th Edition D&D product contains a new build for the Paladin class which focuses on Mounted Combat. You will find rules for Celestial Steeds, 30 levels worth of new paladin powers, a new paragon path and an epic destiny in this book. ... [click here for more]
Open Game Table, The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs aims to bridge the gap between the RPG blogging community and the broader table-top gaming fan base by showcasing the best talent in the RPG blogosphere. Within these pages are nearly fifty blog posts from dozens of top-quality RPG blogs chosen by the fans who read them. An expert panel of RPG bloggers, editors, and game designers judged the... [click here for more]
Foreword by Justin AchilliEdited by Jonathan Jacobs, Kameron Franklin, Berin Kinsmen, Tony Law, Ben McFarland
Inside you will find timeless interviews with Dave Arneson on the roots of roleplaying games, Robin D. Laws on RPG theory and game play, and Jonathan Roberts on his career as a master cartographer. Open Game Table, Volume 2 features in all 65 articles from across the blogosphere... [click here for more]