Right Under Our Noses brings you face to face with the legendary city of Bluffside! Converted by Hal Greenberg, Derrick Landwehr and Peter J. Schroeder for Castles & Crusades Right Under Our Noses is the perfect teaser for what's to come. Written for the classic d20 system in the days of yore Bluffside City on the Edge was an instant classic. So while you are waiting for that,... [click here for more]
FREE OPEN & PLAY! All you need to start playing now! Introductory Adventure using the Siege Engine. Everything included.
Hell is an unkind place. A sprawling megalopolis of twisted streets and ramshackle buildings piled one on top of the other, clawing their way to height’s unseen where the Lords of Hell rule. Here the harvested souls of evil labor as slaves, doomed to... [click here for more]
Are you tired of reams of disorganized sheets of paper used to track your character? Can't find that information you are looking for about your character? Is organization a problem? Troll Lord Games is happy to announce the release of the Castles & Crusades Character Reference Sheets. These small but mighty sheets of paper can help even the most experienced player keep track of their character's... [click here for more]
100 Treasure Troves — Treasure Type 1 provides the Castles & Crusades Castle Keeper with 100 ready-made treasure troves for use in any campaign. The treasures included on these tables were generated using the standard method presented in the Castles & Crusades Monsters & Treasuresbook. If you need a Type 1 treasure, simply roll d100 and consult... [click here for more]
Get the FULL game at StartSiege Event Horizon.
Beyond the next horizon lies the uncharted future where science and fiction merge, a line beyond which lies a stellar wilderness defined by our own imagination. StarSIEGE Event Horizon is a science fiction role playing game whose unique design allows you to set the tone and mood of the game. With this rules set you can play gritty, realistic sci fi or... [click here for more]
We all love the expansive and nearly limitless nature of role playing games, particularly the ability to make each adventure our own. No matter what flavor of D&D we play, rather it be the original AD&D, 5th Edition D&D, Pathfinder, or Castles and Crusades, the core of these fantasy role playing game remains true for us all. We, the editors, hope you’ll find this issue of The Domesday... [click here for more]