Keep track of 7th Sea Second Edition's growing list of Nations, Backgrounds, Advantages, Sorceries, Dueling Styles and everything else you need for Hero Creation with this handy dandy Character Creation Index. Click Full-Size preview to take a look at the full index.
This index will continue to be updated as the John Wick Presents team releases new sourcebooks for 7th Sea, so please send feedback... [click here for more]
Tired of trying to keep track of which ship creation information is located in which sourcebook? Use this handy index for 7th Sea Second Edition Ship Creation to quickly look up and find the details for any official ship Origins, Backgrounds, and Adventures. Click Full-Size preview take a look at the full index.
This index will continue to be updated as the John Wick Presents team releases new sourcebooks... [click here for more]
Enemy Gods: Mythic Edition is an updated and streamlined version of John's classic game of Gods and Heroes.
In Enemy Gods, you take the role of both a mythic Hero and a powerful God. Your God guides your Hero and his compatriots through epic adventures in dangerous lands, winning the favor of mortals who beg for your intervention. As the Heroes' popularity grows, the power of the... [click here for more]
The price Queen Elaine pays for claiming the title of Keeper of the Graal will be great. The drachen are returning, and with them comes a cult that could mean the end of the Glamour Knights. At their head is a monstrous villian that will take a miracle to bring down... or a band of crafty swashbucklers. ... [click here for more]
The Sorte deck is a variation on the Tarot deck designed to be a core element of Vodacce culture, but there's no reason it can't also serve as an actual divinatory aid in the real world. Presenting an analysis of the symbolism in each of the 78 cards, along with four suggested spreads with which to use them, Strega's Loom provides an essential guide to the meanings and uses of the Sorte deck.... [click here for more]
In first edition 7th Sea, one of the most delightful things about the Eisen was that their signature was punching evil in the face with a dracheneisen gauntlet. In 2nd edition, this has been replaced with creepy magic, and it feels like an unfair tradeoff. Dracheneisen still exists in the setting, but it’s explicitly put out of the reach of starting characters.
It’s time to change... [click here for more]