The third issue of The Guild Adventurer has arrived! The Guild Adventurer is a compilation of original adventures and adventure-related material for Rolemaster, Shadow World, Spacemaster, and HARP. In this, the third issue, we have four adventures and one campaign resource article:
"The Keeper of the Thorn", a Shadow World adventure set on the continent of Jaiman and a followup to the... [click here for more]
HARP College of Magics
- continue your journey on the new road to High Adventure
The College of Mages is now accepting qualified students interested in learning the art and craft of Magic. If you have demonstrated an aptitude for Magic, then we urge you to enroll today. Novices are welcome.College of Magics expands the depth and breadth of HARP... [click here for more]
HARP SF - the roleplaying game of the future has arrived
Whether your game focuses on events on a single inhabited world in the near future or is a galaxy-spanning epic set millennia hence in the far future, HARP SF is the right choice for you.
HARP SF retains all the simplicity and flexibility of the original HARP Fantasy game but expands its reach to a whole new universe... [click here for more]
Take your HARP SF game to the next level of excitement!
HARP SF Xtreme expands the HARP SF system with:
A complete set of vehicular rules for both slower-than-light and faster-than-light travel, whether you fly at the speed of plot or like to crunch the numbers
An extensive catalogue of land, marine, air, space and hybrid vehicles to get your heroes from Alpha Centauri to... [click here for more]
Artificial beings are unnatural creatures constructed by enchantments. Composed of virtually any element or substance, they have no inherent soul. Instead, their spirit is a gift or a temporary lodger. Their bodies would not "live" but for the incantations that unite them with a wandering soul or part of the maker's own spirit.
Construct Companion is a fantasy roleplaying sourcebook on... [click here for more]
...The witch stirred the disgusting components in her basin. The goat's eye was starting to melt into the small pool of newt's blood; the eagle's feather was heavily matted by the viscous fluids all around it. The Chancellor waited impatiently. At last the gnarled witch looked up. "Yes. Your king will do well this season; I have seen his rise to power... "
Open your... [click here for more]