Night Terrors Stalk the Streets of the 18th Century Penal Colonies of Early Australia.
Night-time is always a dangerous time to be out on the streets of colonial Sydney and Parramatta. Drunken soldiers and absconding convicts haunt the townships in the hours after curfew. But recently another -- far stranger and more deadly -- force has taken to lurking in the shadows, occasionally striking... [click here for more]
Delve into the Shady Criminal Underworld of 18th Century Australia.
The majority of the Europeans living in the penal colony of New South Wales are there because of their guilty association with the world of crime. This is just as true for the gaolers as it is for the convicts they guard. Not surprisingly, incarceration in a large and remote prison has done little to turn felons from their... [click here for more]
A Mechanical Nightmare Awakens!
Victorian London: Heart of the most industrialised empire the world has ever seen. A heart that pounds to the rhythms of steam hammers, pistons, and whirring cogs.
Curious reports have begun to circulate London claiming the impossible: industrial and domestic machines have been witnessed acting on their own volition, attacking innocent men and women.... [click here for more]
Renaissance is a free D100 roleplaying system designed for historical and fantasy gaming in the age of black powder weapons. It features familiar mechanics, grim and gritty combat, extensive period weapons and equipment lists, dozens of professions, and rules for factions and belief systems. It also includes two magick systems - the powerful battle alchemy first introduced in Clockwork &... [click here for more]
A PDF of two full color images ready to print and be affixed to a manilla file folder to hold your Call of Cthulhu character sheets, props, and handouts.
Note: This can be also found in Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu 7th edition Evidence File & Telegrams PDF. ... [click here for more]
“After the battle (of Ipsos) had been decided ... the victorious kings proceeded to carve up the realm which Antigonus and Demetrius had ruled, like the carcass of some great slaughtered beast, each of them taking a limb and adding new provinces to those they already posessed.”
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