A Galaxy Command campaign is all about toys.
The starships, the droids, the energy pistols and the photon torpedoes define this sci-fi sub-genre as much, if not more than the plot. The star-spanning command has an assortment of technological wonders to share with its member worlds, and the heroes need all these technological marvels to beat back wave after wave of indomitable WARSTAR juggernauts.... [click here for more]
Black Japan is a ghost-haunted land. Supernatural evil and unquiet spirits lurk in unexpected places and prey on the unwary. These are a few of Black Japan’s haunts.
Free20: Black Tokyo’s Haunts is a free supplement released in conjunction with Enchantments of Black Tokyo. For gamers who’ve purchased Enchantments, consider this short sourcebook a reward- a new way to use the 100+... [click here for more]
Japan is densely populated and thoroughly urbanized. Japan’s largest cities teem with tens of millions of souls, mostly human, but with a handful of stranger beings tossed here and there, hidden within the shadows and in the undreamt parallels down lost alleyways.
Black Japan’s heroes are used to a tighter, closer world than their American counterparts. Tokyo, Osaka, Nagasaki and other... [click here for more]
The future is a foreign country, impossibly complex and fast moving. Everything is different in 2107, beyond just the obvious fact that an well armed pagan techno-utopia wages war against a Christian theocracy using posthuman supersoldiers as its primary weapon. The details matter more.
Details of the Future is a FREE minisourcebook collecting these details. A collection of system-free random creation... [click here for more]
Fight for Choice is a free sourcebook for the Otherverse America campaign setting. This short sourcebook consolidates and expands on options for the Choicer warriors, including a few new details on the Choicer miltiary.
In addition to starting talents for Choicer veterans of the last Abortion War, this PDF includes statistics for an ordinary Choicer soldier at three... [click here for more]