The gods of the Shroud know that names give you power over them. So it is that they are not called by their true names, but instead by their titles within the sacred zodiac. The Silent Sister. The Rider. The Bone Witch. The Shadow Above. The Root. And more… Thirteen gods in all, though their newest member is an upstart, fresh-born of a once-low race now taking its place among the tribes of men.... [click here for more]
If you’re a fan of the fantasy novels of Glen Cook, J.R.R. Tolkien, and others—or maybe you just pine for the days of Birthright—you might just have an itch that needs scratching. It’s the itch to take armies onto the field of battle, where swords by the hundreds clash and contend for victory.
There’s just one problem. Right out of the box, Dungeons & Dragons... [click here for more]
The Codex Venenorum — a venomous tome of poisoncraft from the quill of master poisoncrafter Nylson Veld — has long been sought by those who wish to work their subtle and deadly arts upon the unsuspecting. It is an outlaw tome, penned by a pragmatic poisoner whose decades of experience have yielded a lethal harvest.
Bringing the principles of poisoncraft to Dungeons & Dragons... [click here for more]
The Shroud has changed the world in many ways, some profound, but others more subtle. This is the story of how the Shroud changed a man’s beliefs without changing his body. A man named Wilhelm ark-Trasser found himself on a quest that led him into the dark heart of the Shroudlands. There he faced the toughest challenge of all: remaining true to his principles in the face of adversity. The Shroud... [click here for more]