On the same day, at the same time, the priestesses of the Five Worlds all announce the same news: the Worlds are scheduled to be remade. From among the mortal populations, a goddess will be chosen, and she alone will determine what happens to them.
What follows next is a tale of predatory gods, warring nations, and larger than life heroines at the dawn of time.
Featuring a revised text and exclusive... [click here for more]
If you’re looking at the description of the book on this commerce website, I can only assume that you’re seeking a quick summary of what this book is about. People are like that, always asking questions like: What’s this thing about? Where are we going? What’s on your shirt? Why are you ignoring me? Why won’t you take your headphones off? What is that machine over there?... [click here for more]
There is a hidden world of spirit that surrounds us.
Within that world dwell the Nobilis. They are creatures half-human and half-god. Each holds dominion over a single concept in the world. You have heard the stories and rumors of the Nobilis. You have heard of the fates of those who encounter them. Herein you will find a guide to dealing with these Powers and their attendant spirits. Herein... [click here for more]
SIU Black Ops Vol 1: Rumble in the Jungle
Written by: Nigel Wong
Trouble has a name…
In the aftermath of the War of the Alliance, renegade members of the defeated Earth invasion forces wreak havoc in the border jungles of the Southern Republic. Ambition and megalomania fuels Proust, a genetically engineered super soldier, and his visions of a new country under his leadership.... [click here for more]
The Fate Codex is a mostly-monthly e-zine featuring Quick Start Adventures and more for the Fate roleplaying system. The project, funded through Patreon, grows and swells as more patrons support our work. We've been lucky to have lots of folks pledge, and we're now entering our third year of production!
Our backers have enabled us to not only hire great authors, but also to include great... [click here for more]
"Yaruki Zero" is Japanese for "Zero Motivation." It’s also the name of Ewen Cluney’s blog about games. Ewen (which is pronounced like "Aaron" for reasons his parents have never fully explained) is the translator of Maid: The Role-Playing Game, and the designer of Channel A, Magical Burst, and entirely too many weird things that mix anime and tabletop role-playing... [click here for more]