Are your game’s Aboleth Mages under-average? Are the Greater Barghest’s skill points grimly befuddling? Do you find Retriever Demons to be ridiculously dominant against your PCs? These are just a few of the monsters in the SRD that have errors in their stat blocks, bringing their mistakes into your game. But now Cooper’s Compendium of Corrected Creatures fixes the problems... [click here for more]
Behold the strange and terrible world of Foree!
Awful and nonsensical are the rules of this inhospitable new world, where wizards alone reserve the right to utter the names of certain monsters. But we have dared to mention here the name of one of these fell creatures, the Wan-Ti Snakemen, and to present its fearful likenesses for your consideration.
Although used to populate the world of Foree... [click here for more]
This is a free supplement to the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild, Skirmisher Publishing LLC's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook." Custom features of this four-page set of character sheets include spaces for rules innovations like Boons and Deeds, as well as types of attacks and damage characteristic of animals.
The Noble Wild (Pathfinder Edition) ... [click here for more]
For three decades, Hobbsbad, New Mexico, has lived in fear of El Chupacabra, an unseen monster that comes in the night and feeds on blood. Every few years, the attacks become more frequent, and then stop just as quickly and mysteriously as they began. Nothing has been able to stop this malevolent creature. Now, one man has done the impossible and captured El Chupacabra alive, and tonight, he plans... [click here for more]
Before there were Orcs there were Morlocks, the original cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers created by science fiction genius H.G. Wells! These grim humanoids first appeared in the post-apocalyptic classic The Time Machine.
This set of miniatures follows the author's characterization of these creatures as cannibals, slavers, and the custodians of subterranean machinery and includes... [click here for more]
Iä! Iä! Cthulhu fhtagn! Inspired by the fevered imagination of H.P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos tradition he began, this set of 15 paper miniatures includes eight different alluring female cultists, three delectable victims in varying states of undress, an idol (in two sizes), and a magic circle (also in two sizes).
These miniatures are designed to be compatible with other 25/30mm... [click here for more]