The Game Master is a book about roleplaying games. It is intended for game masters from the aspiring novice trying to figure out how to launch their first campaign to the veteran who wants to discover how to consistently produce games that work and avoid train-wreck campaigns. It aims to foster a deeper appreciation of the unique nature of RPGs as both a dynamic literary form and a type of... [click here for more]
Eleven tables of [approximately] d100 names for a total of about 1100 fantasy names. Great for one-off games when players can't think of names, or for those sudden NPCs who pop up out of nowhere.
Most names are neutral to race and gender, so you may feel the need to adapt as needed.
This download contains both a PDF and EPUB. ... [click here for more]
Most likely, if you’re reading this, you’re a gamer. And I hope a dictionary of every term in gaming interests, and even helps you. But it isn’t really for you, it’s for your friend. That one who is a little interested in playing, and has tried a few sessions but has never been able to get into it. It’s written for your partner, who you always ask to join you in that next... [click here for more]
Andrus is a world in miniature; with nowhere to go and a hostile world beating at the walls, Andrus houses hundreds of races and thousands of cultures, each one vying for survival in a city filled to the brim with ancient enemies, world-moving powers, and a metropolis full of factions struggling for dominance in this strange, new world. Designed for the Skybourn campaign setting, in Andrus gnolls break... [click here for more]
This eBook will help guide you on the different topics to improve your hobby skills from building miniatures, painting them to a level you are happy, and how to showcase them online. While I focus on gothic sci-fi miniatures, you can use the tips in this book for figures for wargaming, tabletop games, RPG, scale models, or really any other plastic miniature.
This is the first book in the Beginner... [click here for more]
Looking for something to play over Halloween? Something fun to do on Friday the 13th? Want to experience the human side of horror movies?
The Spooky Four Things game is a twist on my Four Things game which sets the self reflection on the backdrop of a player-chosen horror scenario.
It’s a simple, systemless game about ordinary people and examines the quirks and foibles which form our personalities... [click here for more]