Free20: The Troublemaker Template is a free Otherverse Games product, suitable for inclusion in almost any D20 based campaign. The concepts in this book are as applicable to dungeon crawls as they are modern action campaigns. Special attention is given to using this template in Psi-Watch and Otherverse America campaigns. While working on the Otherverse America core rulebook last month, I took advantage... [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 old priest’s faith wavers, and with a snarl, the ancient vampire lord rips the crucifix from his hands and snaps it in two. Without the correct rites, without the correct acts of purification and holiness, without the correct mindset and without sufficient courage exorcism cannot work. Only the holiest and strongest willed clerics can turn undead; lesser priests lack the faith and confidence... [click here for more]
The universe has died and been reborn many times. Our universe is not the first Universal Iteration to exist, and when it finally collapses, it will not be the last draft of the Universe to exist. When the old universe was destroyed and recreated, almost everything was wiped away: men, angels, demons, even gods. Only a few shards of the former reality exist. Some archmages claim that... [click here for more]