This third Anthology volume contains thirteen deliciously off-kilter playsets, taking your Fiasco game from Medieval Florence to modern Seattle with many ludicrous and probably deadly stops in between. Twelve of these playsets were written by masters of the form and originally released in 2012, and Fiasco designer Jason Morningstar has thrown in a thirteenth just because.
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A long time ago, the world was whole. Then the Endbringers came.Fractured Skies is a spiritual sequel to Inverse WorldAccelerated. The world of the Skies was almost destroyed by men who learned how to kill the gods themselves, and the survivors are rebuilding civilization on the islands left behind.
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RPG = Role Playing Girl is an annual zine for everyone, about role playing games and the women who love them. Putting the spotlight on the experiences and contributions of women in rpg through articles, interviews and Community Page resources.
This year's edition is the International Update, and we have articles and interviews about role playing games from women all over the US and Europe!... [click here for more]
Have you ever had Alexander Hamilton wind up your clockwork power armor, jump out of Thomas Paine’s ornithopter, and land in the middle of the Battle of Yorktown to punch General Cornwallis in the face?
Well… would you like to?
Sons of Liberty, the Roleplaying Game of Freedom and Badassery, is now available in softcover and digital editions. Take on the role of the Founding... [click here for more]
Many, many centuries ago, the people of Earth co-existed with the people of the Moon in peace and harmony. This might surprise you, as the Moon queendom was a place rich with beauty and full of wonders, not the least of which were its people, who were blessed with magic and long life. It might seem natural that the people of Earth would look upon their neighbors with jealousy, but the people of the... [click here for more]
Though the great Caliphate has been dissolved and the unity of Iberia’s Muslims lost, their power has not failed entirely. The cities have their armies, and at the heart of those armies are the noble orders of Muslim Knights. These Knights swear solemn oaths to revere Allah and his Prophet, to fight for the defense of the innocent, and to honor a strict code of ethics and morals in order to bring... [click here for more]