Several leagues off the main road is a portal to the realm of fairy; a ring of standing stones resting in a clearing surrounded by ancient trees. Once a year, from the full moon to the next full moon, this portal opens and allows the fairies to cross over, to wreck havoc and cause mischief in the mortal realm.
This adventure pits the characters against a group of mischievous fairies,... [click here for more]
The Spire. A towering edifice a mile high and nearly a third wide at its base. This conical spike pierces the fertile soil of a small valley, standing before a narrow pass that cuts through the Perilous Mountains. From a distance the Spire is as black as night, but upon close inspection it is made of dark volcanic glass, seamless. Openings lead inside, to dark levels that rise... [click here for more]
The Book of Lairs: Urban Encounters is a collection of 25 lairs in an urban environment, with full-colour maps, map details and monster statistics. It uses the Adventurer, Conqueror, King System (ACKS) for its mechanics, but is easily adapted to other games. Most of the content is system-neutral.
It uses monsters from ACKS, Teratic Tome,... [click here for more]
Ravenmere is a small village situated between the market towns of Appleby and Cricklewood, and once supplied both with cattle and the odd sheep. Today the village has been isolated by the local lord, for a plague has come to Ravenmere and all of its villagers are dead by their own hands. What will bold aventurers discover in the isolated village?
This is what I like to call an Adventure... [click here for more]
For my fourth Book of Lairs (Abandoned Places) this collection of lairs consists of two-page spreads of maps and text, with monsters taken from the Adventurer, Conqueror, King System (ACKS) core book and the Lairs & Encounters book; but it is compatible with other old-school fantasy games with hardly any effort. This book is themed, with each lair being abandoned... [click here for more]
The vale sits between two mountains that border the rolling hills and plains of the Desolation, and is the source of the Bitter Ice River that flows through that land of lost empires. The Vale itself is said to hold the living corpse of the Iron God, the very deity that wiped out the Lost Empires. Many bold (some say foolish) adventurers have come to this vale to seek their fortunes, but... [click here for more]