Take a long trip through the Wilderness or a short trip through a gate, and you might end up in Albredura. You could do worse, you could do better. Albredura is a city of survivors and cynics, hard magic, and cold steel. Trying to turn a profit is tough in a town where breaking even might not even mean survival.
Mean Streets is a campaign supplement for Bloodshadows, the World of Fantasy Noir.... [click here for more]
When your old man's grimoire just ain't enough... when your last spell couldn't beat a rug... when you are up against a pair of fangs with your name on them... that is when you need the Sorcerer's Crib Sheet. That is where you find the spells you need to survive in a tough town. It contains details on alteration, apportation, conjuration, divination, and summoning spells; tips on abusing the... [click here for more]
They are everywhere and nowhere. They are the shadows that follow you after sunset. They are the things that hide from you and from which you hide. They are everything your mother warned you to avoid. They are the Unnaturals. Meet the "monsters" of Marl and learn a lesson in fear. Hear them tell you in their own words what it means to be other, and hear about the deadly and demonic from... [click here for more]
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Disposable Heroes® are downloadable paper miniatures that can be printed and then assembled for your wargaming or roleplaying needs. No other brand can offer the quality and flexibility of Disposable Heroes...
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There is no force in this world more malevolent than gnomes that can so effectively strike fear, disgust, and hatred into the heart of any decent human being. Those of weak constitution might be shocked by the contents of this book, and some might believe that such a game should not be available to children for purchase, lecture, or especially play. Despite what we've been told, gnomes are not cute... [click here for more]