Got batteries, will travel! From Jules Verne to Nicola Tesla, electro-mechanical gadgets have puzzled, empowered, and endangered heroes and common folk alike. Whether rare wonders from a lost age or as shiny exemplars of a brand new one, electrotech opens new doors to new and electrifying possibilities. Age of Electrotech for Pathfinder RPG, by Paizo Inc., includes nearly one hundred pages of crackling... [click here for more]
Exodus Texas is a stand alone expansion for the Exodus Post Apocalyptic RPG. Texas details new character options (race, skills, feats, equipment, and advanced classes) and Texas orgazations and major settlements. ... [click here for more]
Tired of D&D 4th edition already? Try this out! This is the awaited expansion to Legacy of Maela: Campaign Setting for both Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 & Pathfinder.
Your Legacy is your life, your morality, your integrity. Your Legacy is Maela!
A New Chapter Begins... The world of Maela is expanding. Within this book you will find: the new Elemancer base class, new prestige classes, new... [click here for more]
THE DEDUCTIONIST: A NEW BASE CLASS FOR THE PATHFINDER RPG
There are some who take on the mantle of adventurer for the gold and the glory. Others have the dubious title thrust upon them through circumstance or fate. Then there are some who seek out the adventurous life for the sheer sake of knowledge and discovery of the unknown. Enter the Deductionist.
The Deductionist is an original base class... [click here for more]
Follow the Modern Path to a walk on the magical side!
Arcana of the Modern World explores the different ways to incorporate the use of magic in a modern-style RPG genre. Building on the foundations of the Modern Path: Heroes of the Modern World. To compliment the Modern Hero class, there are new feats, traits, trainings, & difficulties; along with new magical Archetypes to... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Modern Path - Heroes of the Modern World "2.0 Edition"
What is the thing that sets the modern genre of roleplaying games apart from all others? Is it the technology? Perhaps it is the culture? Wait...it's the guns, right? Well, maybe it is all of those aspects, but perhaps that certain something is more intangible. Perhaps it is the personal knowledge and frame of reference... [click here for more]