The Legacy Weapon
A Dungeon World Artifact and One-on-One Play One-Shot AdventureNo one knows where the Legacy Weapon came from. Some speak of a cabal of powerful wizards, others say it was a relic from a past age, the holy say the gods sent it from the heavens, and the superstitious think that it rose from the depths of the hells. Regardless of its mysterious... [click here for more]
Encounters are the motor of your storytelling. The way they are structured contributes the most to your table top experience.
I've compiled a collection of design principles for encounters using my business consultancy skillset. It's been refeshing to deploy those practices to role playing domain and I feel it has given me a new angle to the subject in general.
Key highlights and learning include:... [click here for more]
*Stay tuned for the Print on Demand available soon!"
Who knows what hell-gates have opened to let the denizens of doom forth, but here they are! Command them! They are yours! They await your orders! ... [click here for more]
Twenty Six Point Five Shades of Scarlet
A collection of short gnome based gamer romance novels from the authors of Gnome Stew. Seriously, that is exactly what you are getting here. All profits go to Planned Parenthood. From The Gnome Hunters...and yet how could she lie to this man? “Raphael.” His name... [click here for more]
This is a blank, editable playbook, to be used in creating your own classes. I'm releaseing it under Creative Commons International Attribution 4.0 so feel free to use this to make your own playbooks, and even sell them if you like, just make sure to mention where you got it!
All it's missing is images for damage dice, and any box graphics you'd like to use for moves and such. It's formatted and... [click here for more]
54 creatures on 54 cards! Plus a cover/checklist card and license info cards. The front of each has amazing art, while the back has Dungeon World statistics.
Note: The print-it-yourself PDF file is set up to print duplex on a printer. The upper right card front on page one is matches the upper left card back on page two and so on. The corners of each card have lines on the edges to help you trim... [click here for more]