Updated April 2015!Now expanded to 144 pages, the game includes over 30 additional monsters, more art, appendices for mass combat, minor character archetypes, character callings, nature magic, and edits throughout to tighten up the presentation and clarify rules, this game is a lean, mean fighting machine straight out of 1981!
Saga... [click here for more]
The Saga is Now Complete
This companion to Saga of the Splintered Realm is a complete guidebook to running adventures, including the mega-dungeon complex of the Vault of the Goblin. This is a complete OSR companion with hundreds of encounter options, several short adventures, a complete campaign setting, and everything you need to play for an extended saga... [click here for more]
Thanks to the backers of the Saga of the Splintered Realm Kickstarter, you now have access to high-quality image scans of the maps created for that project as a pay-what-you-want download.
This map pack contains 30 maps in a Zip File, including a city, towns, wildernesses, dungeons, and even a boat. All maps are released under a Creative Commons Share-Alike Attribution License, meaning that you can... [click here for more]
This ongoing publication is your go-to resource for the old-school games Saga of the Splintered Realm, Sentinels of Echo City, and Shards of Tomorrow. Resources for all three of these B/X-inspired games will appear in every issue.
Even if you don’t play these games, the resources herein can be used for any old-school game with minimal tinkering. And, because it’s... [click here for more]
Shards of Tomorrow is my love letter to 1986. It’s an old-school sci fi game jam packed with love for the genre. It’s fast. It’s loose. And it does it all, running a tight set of rules layered over a B/X-inspired classic game engine.
When I was thirteen, I spent my afternoons making up starships and imagining worlds that I thought I would never explore. Now I can.
Maybe... [click here for more]
A few years ago, I had the wonderful blessing of receiving support through Kickstarter for a game called Saga of the Splintered Realm. In the process of building that game, I realized that the same fundamental system could be used for supers gaming, and the first edition of this game was born. In the intervening three years, the game has had a chance to simmer and grow. In this edition, I’ve... [click here for more]