Free Starmaster's Campaign Journal - Major NPC Form
Want to see what the Starmaster’s Campaign Journal is all about? Then check out this free Major NPC form, one of thirty premium, form-fillable items in the book!
Completely free from Fat Goblin Games! Use this free Major NPC Form to outline Starfinder ™ NPCs that you are using in your game. Or use it as a quick and... [click here for more]
Spring is Here - Unfortunately!
The village of Wraithorne is an unpleasant place with many secrets — but they also have a problem. Are you up for helping them tackle their annual influx of vermin? There’s a good bounty in it for you! — BUT — can you trust them to pay up?
vs. Dragons is an Old School inspired tabletop roleplaying game, where you take on... [click here for more]
When a new source of magical power suddenly appears and disrupts life in the quiet village of Hazelmoure, a hero shows up to save the day! Unfortunately, it isn’t you, and they may not be as “heroic” as they seem. Magic’s Demand is an adventure for the vs. Dragons tabletop roleplaying game where the players can either... [click here for more]
Cast a Little Spell On MeSo You’re a Teenage Witch a freeform, build-your-own spells witchcraft system that is designed to be used with the vs. M Engine, especially invs. Stranger Stuff — Season 2 (with added Easy and Hard Mode rules, even). Designed as an add-on to the game anyone can enjoy, options are included for how... [click here for more]
Urban Legends of Crestview Hills: Lover's Lane(for vs. Stranger Stuff — Season 2)Using the vs. M Engine created by Phillip Reed!
The best view of the whole valley that the town of Crestview Hills is nestled in can be had during the day by taking a little dirt road up into the hills because it dumps out on top of The Crest overlooking the city. But few would... [click here for more]
Urban Legends of Crestview Hills: The Hanging Tree (for vs. Stranger Stuff — Season 2)Using the vs. M Engine created by Phillip Reed!
A recent apparent suicide that involved someone stringing themselves up in the local “hanging tree” has the whole town abuzz with why they would have done it, or if it was, in fact, something more sinister. Urban... [click here for more]