Advanced computer and magic users share many traits, including their eccentric natures, propensity to recluse themselves, and shared taste for comfortable clothing. It stands to reason therefore, that if the respective users of these arcane skills share personality traits, that they might use their abilities in similar ways as well.
One phenomenon that makes for a fascinating study, but lacks a... [click here for more]
You have never read a game book quite like this one! Written by a practicing medical doctor, Insults & Injuries presents real world illnesses in Pathfinder game terms. Why afflict characters with “filth fever” when you can give them rabies, the black plague, or the flu?
Within this sourcebook, you will find dozens of sicknesses that your players already know and fear... [click here for more]
Welcome to the world of Kos and to Kos City, the first volume of the highly-anticipated Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting!
This book contains descriptions of 50 different specific places that can be used either individually or in conjunction with one another, and within the context of the city of Kos as presented here or as part of any other community a storyteller might have established... [click here for more]
Behold The Jester Dragon’s Guide to Defects, a complete Pathfinder role-playing game sourcebook detailing every character flaw, mental disorder, physical abnormality, medical condition, and outright quirk you could ever want to liven up your characters and your campaigns! The hundreds of Defects within these pages give you a whole new way to customize characters and create the roles you... [click here for more]
This free download includes Pathfinder system stats for a Card Person, one of the races presented in Skirmisher Publishing's Adventures in Wonderland: A Sourcebook for OGL Roleplaying Games.
Wonderland itself is a strange, sometimes creepy alternate world that incorporates aspects of a fairytale land, the elements of children's nightmares, and a demi-plane of chaos. Skirmisher's OGL sourcebook is... [click here for more]