Books can be a useful source of knowledge, power and clues to help solve problems. Not every book found on a bookshelf is going to be that useful; some books will simply be reading matter. This supplement provides 100 books that can be used to flesh out a 7th Sea bookshelf. The information in a book may or may not be accurate, depending on what the GameMaster decides, and they may or may not have some... [click here for more]
This is a generator that consists of three tables, two d100 and one d30, that can be used to come up with ominous and threatening names for places. The three tables can be used in a number of ways. The first and third tables can be used either way round as the basic generator, and the second table can be added in to make names more interesting. Possessives, filler words and plurals should be added... [click here for more]
This consists of two d100 tables that can be used to randomly generate names for pirate ships, or even warships, for countries that like more aggressive-sounding names for their ships. These names can be used for a pirate-themed fantasy campaign or adventure path, or for a more historical game. The names are strongly British in origin, but during the Golden Age of Piracy, and the eras preceding it,... [click here for more]
This is a generator consisting of three d100 tables that can be used to generate unusual names for rooms, whether these be found in dungeons, castles or other locations. These names can be used to add a degree of pretension for a certain type of NPC, make a location more evocative or perhaps create ideas for an otherwise empty room. The three tables can be used in a number of different ways. Results... [click here for more]
Tales From the Magician’s Skull is a fantasy magazine dedicated to presenting all-new sword-and-sorcery fiction by the finest modern crafters in the genre. These stories are the real thing, crammed with sword-swinging action, dark sorceries, dread, and ferocious monsters — and they hurtle forward at a headlong pace.
Issue #2 features fiction by John Hocking, James Stoddard, James... [click here for more]