Expand your gaming horizons with new and innovative character classes, magic both weird and practical and optional rules for psionics, zero-level characters and proficiencies.
Find something new and surprising to spice up fantasy gaming for players and Treasure Keepers alike in …
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More than 30 new races, from centaurs to... [click here for more]
Blood & Treasureis the fantasy role-playing game for people who want to spend less time arguing over rules and more time playing, and the new 2ndEdition continues this tradition.
In this volume you get over 500 monsters drawn from folklore, fantasy and mythology. Eight of these creatures can be used as player characters... [click here for more]
NOD magazine begins its fabulous eighth year with a full hex crawl covering the crumbling empire of Nomo, a Romanesque city that has lost its emperor. As the empire slowly falls, opportunity for adventures abound. The hex crawl includes three mini-dungeons and hundreds of places to visit.
Other features include:
Two old school classes, the Centurion and Dervish,... [click here for more]
Happy NOD year, boys and girls!
This first issue of NOD for 2019 offers the eternal struggle of ancient Greeks and dark elves (well, maybe not that ancient a struggle after all), some magnificent monsters, rules for depicting the secret police in GRIT & VIGOR, the Black Terror and his “super” family for MYSTERY MEN! and a devious dungeon... [click here for more]
NOD 34 features a lively romp through a land inspired by the history, folklore and mythology of Persia. Adventurers can save the Hyrcanian throne or seize it by finding a collection of imperial relics hidden by Ahuramazda to punish the wrongdoing of the current emperor.
Other articles include:
Deities and Demigods from IranGiant... [click here for more]
Follow the exploits of “The Mythologist” as he uses stolen technology to travel time and breach other dimensions in search of creatures that should never have existed.
Each entry touches on the origins of a fantasy bird, or the most interesting parts of its history, while the wayward Mythologist deals with them in his reality.
Based on a mysterious “found journal” and fully illustrated by... [click here for more]