By Lee Hammock
The mighty seas and oceans are more than just a color on the map. Lurking just below the surface of those waters are civilizations and dangers that landed folk can only whisper of in children’s fables. Those stories are a reality, but only true adventurers get to see the stories come to life before their very eyes.
Those that claim to understand the magnificence and... [click here for more]
Revisit the works of Mystic Eye Games with Samurai Sheepdog as we bring back popular supplements from the past like Tarot Magic!
Want to add a new twist to magic? This product spends 86 pages explaining how to use tarot as a source of power. Better yet, the rules presented here are still fun to use with any d20 system.
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By Steven Creech & Kevin RueschCredits Error: The interior artists for Torn Asunder are: Brannon Hall, Frank Krug, Richard Gray and Phillip James. Combat under the d20 System is efficient yet abstract. While the concept of hit points works well when envisioning a tense fight of sweat, parrying, near misses, and fatigue, it falls on its knees the minute your... [click here for more]
Combat in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game is efficient yet abstract. While the concept of hit points works well when envisioning a tense fight of blood, sweat, parrying, near misses, and fatigue, it falls on its knees the minute your character takes a solid and brutal blow to the head.
How exactly are you supposed to adjudicate a broken arm, a gouged eye, a lacerated liver, or a crushed spine? Torn... [click here for more]