Compiled here is a list of 200 fantasy plot hooks for enterprising GMs to use as seeds for adventures in their roleplaying games. The content contained within ranges from serious to silly, and sometimes draws inspiration from other genres so as to reflect a wide range of tastes while still staying true to traditional fantasy roleplaying. Feel free to make a selection that suits your needs or roll randomly,... [click here for more]
Arranged before you is a list of 200 fantasy plot hooks for prospective GMs to use as hooks for adventures in their roleplaying games. The content contained within covers a range of tones and premises, but remains firmly within the fantasy genre. You are welcome to roll randomly to select a hook for use in your games by dividing the 200 hooks into two separate d100 table, or you can simply choose a... [click here for more]
Compiled before you is a list of 200 random objects, oddities, curios, and trinkets for use in your fantasy roleplaying games. Add these items to your random loot tables or as items to have in a store of unusual objects. ... [click here for more]
Birds of a Feather is a quick and simple one-off adventure for DnD featuring owlbears and other monstrous bird-creature hybrids. When a misguided wizard gets his hands on the magical processes to create new variations of feathered fiends, his work puts a small village in danger. They come to a a group of adventurers for aid. These brave heroes will set out into the Featherwood Forest to put a stop... [click here for more]
Good Cop, Bird Cop is a short 2 page RPG where you play as birds fighting crime. This rules-lite game makes use of popular police show tropes as it follows the story of members of the "Feathered Birds of Investigation," also known as the FBI. This game is inspired by (but not affiliated with) games like "Honey Heist" by Grant Howitt, and draws some design and thematic inspiration from that. I hope... [click here for more]
The Occult Regulator is a dedicated anti-magic class, with abilities designed to shut down enemy spellcasters. They have a fair amount of combat capabilities, and can stand in combat as a martial character, though they excel at targeting those enemies that they have that special hatred for.
The class has two archetypes, reflecting the various philosophies of those who seek to make the world a safer... [click here for more]