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A good tale can be worth more than a thousand shins. At least, that is what the Mechanical Bard says. For a tale can lead to great discovery or even great ruin... This Anthology presents to the Numenera community the first of its kind, a fan-made collection of Numenera tales. Authored by four inspiring writers. The Mechanical bard narrates the following... [click here for more]
Non Player Cards is more than just cards, these tools are meant to aid you in creating unique and intersting characters and NPCs every time.
In many cases, NPCs are one of the trickiest aspects of GMing. Questions about: What should I name him/her? What should their role be? Their occupation? How will they act differently from the last 50 NPCs I've already used for my players?... [click here for more]
One has not truly explored the Ninth World until they have steped upon a vessel and traveld its seas, its skies and beyond. A companion to Naval Encounters, Naval Perils contains only Locations, Vessels and Creatures for you to use in your very own Numenera Campaign.
All the art was generously donated by the artists!
Other Cypher System ProductsNinth World Assassins... [click here for more]
In your next cypher system game, instead of reaching for a d20, why not reach for a Dice Card!
This deck of 60 cards provides the same random possibilities that were traditionally accomplished by using dice.
Difficulty levels are pre-calculated, in addition to partial steps (displayed by the floating colored orbs around the number)
Each card also includes a six sided roll (mostly used for... [click here for more]
If you're looking for a new way to roll dice, then this is for you! Deck of Dice is a 60 card setup, each card containing a value for the d20 (centered), d10 and d6. Depending on how you want to use the probability of the decks, you can either, shuffle each draw or just create a discard pile until all 60 cards have been drawn (and all three 1's have been drawn)
Flexible and easy to use for any system... [click here for more]