Chronicles of the Void is a pen-and-paper role playing game set in an original space opera universe.
The year is now 560 After Ouroboros in the second era. Humans have stretched the boundaries of their own humanity by experimenting with cybernetic implants, engineering Geno-Perfect children, and introducing life-extending technology which offers immortality to anyone who... [click here for more]
Our special Holiday issue is loaded with new items for players, and fiendish new ideas for DMs. This issue includes:
Traps for 4th Edition D&D and Pathfinder RPG
New mounted combat rules for 4th Edition D&D
3 new Druid variants for Pathfinder players
10 new weapons for fighters
Thief rigs for 4th Edition rogues
Ecology of the Giant Ant
Margaret Weis on world building, Monte Cook... [click here for more]
Your Path is Calling — It's Time to Start the Journey!
Where better to begin your journey than character creation? This first step is where you forge your identity, and decide how your new hero will meet the challenges of dark magic and fierce monsters: with blade, spell or the power of the gods.
The New Paths Compendium gives you a dazzling variety of new options to create your new... [click here for more]
Sometimes Destiny Chooses You
A path to power begins at birth. Destiny guides the upbringing of those it chooses. Whether dwarf or elf, human or tiefling, a character’s heritage is their first defining feature. It is their racial makeup, their bloodline, their familial heritage. It often dictates where they are going, and sometimes offers them strange and odd powers few others... [click here for more]
Culturally, environmentally, philosophically, elves and humans are very different. Physically, they are similar - comparable in size, facial structure, and skin tones. Genetically, they are compatible. Given the basic physical similarity of humanoid races and creatures, elves and humans are among the few who can successfully procreate together. It is the fey defiance of mortality that is the cause... [click here for more]
Rare is the fantasy fiction that does not have a human element. Humans generally play the vessel through whose eyes we, human readers, can look upon foreign and spectacular worlds. From alternate history to flights of fancy, fantasy fiction uses humans or human-based creatures for narration and perspective.
Humans benefit from being unhinged. Just as we are the creature with the most freedom of choice... [click here for more]
A FREE or PWYW web enhancement for Strategists & Tacticians: The Definitive Guide to Clever Warriors that brings you the Tin Man prestige class.
As widespread and sought-after as magic can be, there are those who feel mortals lose that which separates them from magical beasts when they dabble in it. Oft-cited examples of the negative consequences of mixing blood and magic are adventurers... [click here for more]