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d∞ (“d-Infinity”) Volume #3: Children of the Night

d∞ (“d-Infinity”) Volume #3: Children of the Night


Vampires, zombies, Bigfoot, and every other sort of “Children of the Night” can be found in d∞ Volume #3! Its contents include a self-standing card game, an interview with an industry luminary, a zombie survival guide, a complete adventure dual-stat’ed Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Live, lots and lots of monsters, and more! Volume #3 Contents Editorial:...   [click here for more]
Skirmisher Publishing  $7.99

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d-Infinity Volume #7: Holidays & Celebrations

d-Infinity Volume #7: Holidays & Celebrations


In the real lives of most people, holidays and celebrations of various sorts often provide them with their greatest experiences, and positive and negative events alike tend to be significantly more memorable when viewed through the lenses of festivities. While most game masters and storytellers certainly understand how festivals, holidays, and celebrations can be used to accentuate the action of their...   [click here for more]
Skirmisher Publishing  $4.99

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Insults & Injuries: A Role-Playing Game Sourcebook for Medical Maladies

Insults & Injuries: A Role-Playing Game Sourcebook for Medical Maladies


You have never read a game book quite like this one! Written by a practicing medical doctor, Insults & Injuries presents real world illnesses in OGL 3.5 system game terms. Why afflict characters with “filth fever” when you can give them rabies, the black plague, or the flu? Within this sourcebook, you will find dozens of sicknesses that your players already know and fear in...   [click here for more]
Skirmisher Publishing  $9.99

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Swords of Kos: Hekaton

Swords of Kos: Hekaton


"'Hekaton! Hekaton! Hekaton!' From his quarters at the top level of the City Guard commandery that controlled the main entrance to the Hippodrome of Kos, Commander Ivan Pieger could hear the crowds chanting in the grand plaza some five stories below. Hekaton, of course, simply meant “one hundred,” and was shorthand for hekatontaetirída, or 'one-hundred-year anniversary,'...   [click here for more]
Skirmisher Publishing  $5.99

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