It is the dawn of the 3.5th Age.Clerics are completely broken. Clerical Error is a Fantasy Roleplaying game about blatantly broken player characters and the Gods they serve. Taking the role both of an adventuring Cleric drunk on cosmic power, and the Deity of another cleric in the party, players squabble, backstab, and murder their way through a dungeon of disposable monsters, leveling... [click here for more]
Must Be Tuesday is a light RPG that recreates the tone and plots of high school "Monster of the Week" television, particularly early Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Players take the role of high school students facing off against the forces of darkness besieging their school. The catch, however, is that the players themselves are also monsters, with their supernatural half constantly vying for... [click here for more]
Must be Tuesday has a lot of word association for players and GMs to do. It's not always the most intuitive thing for players coming from games where skills are picked from a list or defined with numbers to do, especially for GMs who need to quickly come up with groups of villains, monsters, fellow students and other NPCs to do. Hence, random generator tables!
This book is really rather monsterous... [click here for more]
Crush your Enemies, See them Driven Before You, and Hear the Lamentations of their Women!
Once, you lived the simple life of a young barbarian, killing and screwing your way through the prehistoric world. Then, an evil sorceror king took you as a slave and strapped you to the WHEEL OF PAIN alongside other teenaged barbarians, condemned to turn the wheel pointlessly until your death. There... [click here for more]
Wizard Cops is a free RPG originally written as a demo for the ConnectiCon game design panel Cancel your Fantasy Heartbreaker: How to Actually Write that RPG. It's only a paragraph long, but it is used as an example how a very small number of rules can create very specific conflicts with controlled resolutions. People at the panel wanted to know where they could get it, so I'm putting it up... [click here for more]