The Adventures of the Bow Street Runners in their Struggle against the Minions of the Cthulhu Mythos
London, 1749: A city of vice, crime and misery. Gangs of ruffians rule the streets, unopposed. Brothels proliferate. Child-beggars starve in filthy gutters. Corrupt night-watchmen and thief-takers turn a blind eye to wrong-doing. And dark creatures lurk in back alleys, called from... [click here for more]
Guardians of Blasphemous Knowledge is a companion to Tomes of Blasphemous Knowledge. It contains two new Factions, six NPCs, two new spells, and two new creatures for your Clockwork & Cthulhu and Dark Streets campaigns. What will the Pnakotic Brotherhood and the Guardians of the Toad get up to in your Cthulhu Mythos Renaissance game? ... [click here for more]
When Irish villagers disturb an ancient burial mound, dark forces awaken...
A sequel to the free Renaissance Deluxe adventure "The Wolves of the Coast", Celtic role-playing in the style of Robert E. Howard. ... [click here for more]
Three missions in Nazi-occupied France form a mini-campaign for the intrepid men of 64 Commando in the darkest days of WW2. Whether you're destroying a radar station, rescuing an SOE agent or reconnoitering a V1 rocket base, it's action all the way! ... [click here for more]
The Adventurers are all members of a military unit involved in the French and Indian Wars. The events take place in the Colonial North East, on the border between the modern day United States of America and Canada. A determined party of Rogers' Rangers must trek through the depths of winter to raid a French fort. Includes an adventure and resource pack for the period. Requires the Renaissance Deluxe... [click here for more]
1756, early spring. Some snow still lies on the ground in the colonial north-east. The Adventurers are all French-speaking colonial frontiersmen, who have been conscripted into the British Army. Due to their special skills, they have been assigned to the crack regiment known as Rogers’ Rangers. Tasked with sinking a French ship in the harbour of Port Louis, they little suspect the obstacles that... [click here for more]