Extrastellar Set Two: Space Colonists provides specialist and civilian paper miniatures designed for role-playing with such games such as Starfinder, Traveller or White Star RPG. The miniatures would also be perfectly at home as minions for a superhero setting or vault dwellers in a post-apocalyptic game. With lots of colour options available and unlocked pdf files allowing for easy modding, this set... [click here for more]
Extrastellar Set One: Space Adventurers is jam-packed full of retro sci fi goodness inspired by movies and pop culture of the 1970s and 1980s. Designed for role playing with such games such as Traveller or White Star RPG. Explore the universe in style with this set of dynamic paper miniatures.
Paper miniatures are perfect for roleplaying games or wargames. All files are 300dpi and include front... [click here for more]
Tauress paper miniatures for any fantasy role-playing game! Usable with all 25-35mm games. Everyone's heard of Minotaurs, but are there females? Of course their are! Meet their sisters, the axe-wielding Tauresses. Traveling in herds, they can be valuable mercenaries or troubling bandits. *Set includes 1 figure, 14 per sheet. Print out in color OR print out in black and white, and color yourself.... [click here for more]
It would seem that your good friend Nebin Pendlebrook hasn't been seen in days...
Originally designed for Nebin Pendlebrook's Perilous Pantry by Purple Sorcerer Games, This set of map tiles features a halfling burrow with and a 20"x13" cavern. I hope you find a home in your adventure for this map. Let us know how you use it and what story it tells.
It was a lot of fun recreating the... [click here for more]
Continuing with the DCC zero level funnel Nebin Pendlebrook's Perilous Pantry, our zeros continue their search for Nebin deeper below Bitterweed Barrow. Thanks to Jon Marr and Purple Sorcerer Games for permission to present the terrain--a cavern chasm, a strange well containing a solid column of water flowing up through the ceiling and down into the floor, and an armory with a hidden room and secret... [click here for more]
This is it! We have found our dear friend Nebin Pendlebrook. Some of our Zeroes may have made it past the giant toad spiders, crossed the ravine and made it past the skeletal hounds, how many party members are left? Are they ready for what's next?
It was a lot of fun recreating the encounter maps from Nebin Pendlebrook's Perilous Pantry and again I'd like to thank Jon Marr and Purple Sorcerer Games... [click here for more]
From industry veteran artist Mike Leonard comes these beautiful Japanese-themed miniatures. They're ideal for your games of Kaigaku or any other samurai RPG.
The set contains 4 unique characters, each of which comes in three different color schemes. You can print out the characters with bases, or a full sheet of all twelve varieties. The classes represent each of the four classes in Kaigaku: ascetics,... [click here for more]