Those who who squint long enough through Mount Irem's blinding snow storms can see lights flickering high on its slopes. The people in the town below tell stories of a castle made of ice that glimmers at the high end of Tharg's run, but, when the weather is clear, no trace of it can ever be found. If it exists at all, it seems to exist only in the storm.
Snow is designed specifically for... [click here for more]
With the Peryton Fantasy Role-Playing Game, you can have the quick play and nostalgic familiarity of a retro game without the unwieldy inconsistencies of earlier systems. Alongside the best features of the original fantasy role-playing game, the Peryton RPG offers many innovations of its own, including an easy, intuitive experience system that encourages good role-playing and makes in-game events uniquely... [click here for more]
The inhabitants of the lost land never called it Mandala. The Shard Sages came up with that, peering into the past and finding a strange void where something wonderful should have been. Nor are the ruins at Qalidar the ruins of Mandala. They're shadows, shadows cast by light drawn inward, swirling in the Storm, raging around drifting islands of crumbling matter before plunging into the hole in space... [click here for more]
Compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and Peryton Fantasy RPG.
Pits of Paneris is the first of our Three-Dollar Theater products, consisting of a short story paired with all the maps, stats, and descriptions necessary to introduce your players to the locations in the story. This adventure for third level characters features a fiendishly perverse slaver and the dungeons below his... [click here for more]