A zine of six-guns and sorcery set in the Dark Territories of a fictional United States of America.
This 44 page zine contains:
The Devil’s Cauldron: A complete level-0 funnel.
100 occupations, complete with weapon and trade good.
Timeline of major events.
Map of the Dark Territories.
Tokens of the past: Items of portent
Motivations for heading into the Dark Territories.
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Whether your game is conducive to character death, or you have a ruthless GM, no gaming table should be without these fun death certificates!
In the PDF is a full-size 8.5″ x 11″ version, and a 4-up version that works well for those level 0 funnels in Dungeon Crawl Classics. ... [click here for more]
“There is no such thing as a dead god. Only dead followers.” – Sir Baylin the Last
Prayers of the Forgotten contains supplemental rules, encounters, maps and adventure hooks for the Dungeon Crawl Classics Roleplaying Game. It can be enjoyed by Judges and players alike.
This 24 page book contains:
Rules for introducing, using and creating boons, which are minor favors... [click here for more]
Hot wind snaps the black sails of the Soulcatcher as an eager voice calls from the crow’s nest, “Land ho!”Ahead lies the island of Kalmatta, your destination, home to plague colonies, marooned pirates, madmen and secrets no mortal mind was meant to uncover. It is also the location of the ruined city of Zadabad and its famed treasure vaults.Whether... [click here for more]
This adventure was designed for 7th level characters and is for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
Text from the back cover:"After traveling through a land of rugged hills, dark forests and deep fjords, you arrive midday in the village of Honningstad. Today the locals are celebrating the Feast of the Dragon and you are welcome to join them. On this day each year... [click here for more]
“From the darkness of the well emanates the haunting moans of the deceased plunderers and defilers who risked everything to learn the secrets below. But you have something they did not: The Tablets of Fate. Through guile and treachery, force and luck, you have jointly acquired these ancient stone tablets, and only with their hieroglyphics dare you hope to circumvent the horrors that lie within... [click here for more]