A number of roleplaying games have made use of a concept called "Thieves Cant" over the years - a secret language used by thieves and other roguish types. This has real world roots and some games may benefit from players actually having an understanding of such a real world language. This book is a lexicon of the historical 'Cant' used by the criminal underclasses of England. It draws its... [click here for more]
This book is intended as a guide to heraldry for roleplayers – primarily those GMing or playing games set in one of the many worlds, both commercial and home brewed that draw part of their inspiration and ideas from our own world’s Medieval Europe and particularly make use of the shields and coats of arms seen in those cultures. This guide is intended to be simple enough to be easily used... [click here for more]
Friends of Foes describes 36 fascinating characters from all over the world of Dragon Warriors, and interconnects them in a weave of plots and history that can be used to underpin any number of adventures. There are corrupt nobles, weird sorcerers, people cursed by the Fae or tormented by the past, merchants and mercenaries, priests and peasants, and even a selection of notable monsters such as Jasper... [click here for more]
RETURN TO LEGEND
Are you a roguish knave who has pilfered this book and even now crouches in some dark alleyway, wondering where best to fence such a rare treasure?
Or are you a wily hunter who braved some monster-haunted underworld in the wild woods, and found this very book in a chest of buried treasure?
Or perhaps you are a devout priest, in which case you are doubtless hasten- ing... [click here for more]
cadaver draconis; n. Being a nutritious if slightly stale miscellany of entirely unofficial and discarded addenda for the Dragon Warriors RPG. It seems like aeons have passed since Magnum Opus Press first breathed life into the revised version of the Dragon Warriors RPG. Later in the Magnum Opus print run, a concept took form, of a mystical tome that would be known as the... [click here for more]