The Skele-Teen You die smiling because you know no matter what comes next, it can’t be any worse than what you’ve already endured: fifteen or sixteen years of beatings and insults and abuse and poverty and suffering. And after all that, return! Claw your way out of your grave, and fight hard, fight with the strength you wish you had shown when you were alive so nobody... [click here for more]
Gravewalkers are a strange race of halfundead humans exposed to dark energies that have altered their physiology on a fundamental level. Shunned by most, the Gravewalkers build small ghettoes in ruins or near graveyards or old crypts. They are often morticians or grave diggers- they act as caretakers for the dead, but also use them as a form of labor and protection for their grim communities.
The... [click here for more]
"The massive Lake Biwa occupies nearly 1/3 of Shiga Prefecture's landmass. The lake effect snow makes winters unusually long especially brutal here, and storms are common. Flashing lights split the sky, and heavenly lights are reflected in the lake's hidden depths.....Locals stay away from the shoreline after dog and bring their dogs inside. Nobody talks about it. Only the whorehouses stay... [click here for more]
Black Japan is a weird setting, and even the familiars owned by its spell casters tend to be a little strange. Living garage-kit models, lewd fairies, pitiful child-ghosts and even living tendrils made of animated feces are available familiar options. The new familiars presented here are fairly common among Black Tokyo’s spellcasters. In many cases, these statistics can be used for normal creatures... [click here for more]
Some of the most advanced technology of the neo-pagan Covenant can barely be recognized as technology. Especially among the Bastian faction of the Covenant, superstition and ancient magical rituals, empowered by bleeding edge Psi-tech, work in conjunction with more conventional technology to solve the 22nd Century’s many crisis.
The new techno-magical artifacts described below are common at... [click here for more]