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Breathe life into your character
Another product in our line of generic supplements, this one allows you to randomly generate a background for any fantasy character. By walking through a series of tables, you will determine:
Where the character grew up
Who he lived with
What his parents... [click here for more]
Your hardy band of survivors look through their binoculars at the small town ahead. They see the shambling hordes there, but they also see something else. Stores with windows not broken out, houses that are not burnt out shells, and schools with the doors still closed.
The group is tired and hungry and they need supplies so they venture forth to do some scavenging. But what do they find?
Zombie... [click here for more]
GMs love putting the players in deathtraps but coming up with them can be a pain.
100 Deathtraps contains (amazingly enough) 100 system neutral deathtraps to place your captured heroes in. The traps meet a certain criteria. All of them aim to fatally remove a victim, not permanently maim them. Also, each trap does not instantly kill the victim. There should be enough time for the hero to somehow... [click here for more]
Not every spaceship is the same, especially once it has been through an owner or two. Mechanical quirks, customization options, and owner's whim all make changes to the ship so that what was once a stock vessel on the showroom floor now becomes a unique work of spacecraft.
100 Spaceship Traits contains (you guessed it) 100 different traits that take a standard ship and gives it just the things to... [click here for more]
The rumor at the inn is a staple of fantasy role-playing, but coming up with rumors, especially on the fly can be challenging. 100 Fantasy Rumors contains (you guessed it)a table of 100 rumors that can be overheard anywhere, from the prototypical inn, the middle of the market, along the main road, or whispered among servants at the castle.
The rumors can be a fun distraction for the... [click here for more]
It is always fun to look back at games played in the past and see what happened. Maybe you want to trash talk, maybe you want to see who won the last time you played, or maybe you just need to remember what twelve games you played over the last two days at the convention.
The Board Game Log Book allows you to track:
The name of the game
When it was played
What your or the group’s overall... [click here for more]