It Was a Dark Time for the Galaxy
In the late 1980s, Star Wars was becoming a fading memory. The movie trilogy had concluded. The comic books and novels were winding down. The action figures had run their course. As the franchise celebrated its tenth anniversary, there was a new ride at Disneyland and … not much else. Not until a small hobby game company released Star Wars: The Roleplaying... [click here for more]
Dungeon delving is serious business ...
... and li'l adventurers need to learn the ins and outs before they're ready for the big time. Dungeoneering 101 is an activity book that will help get your budding adventuring party up to speed. Inside are dungeon-themed activities including a word scramble, a maze, a word find, a crossword, an ad-lib adventure, and five coloring pages suitable for... [click here for more]
By Jacob Blackmon
From the works of the all-start artist who created the breathtaking Dynastic Races Compendium, take absolute control of the dynastic races in your world using the Dynastic Races Coloring Book. Featuring a premium array of line art based upon the illustrations found in the Dynastic Races Compendium, the Dynastic Races Coloring Book has over 100 pages of... [click here for more]
Eat Your Enemies!It’s Christmastime in Tokyo, and sirens are blaring. Men, women, and children put aside work, school, shopping, and the many distractions that life in modern Japan offers. They move quickly, but calmly to the nearest emergency shelters, for they know only too well what these klaxons mean. Soon the air will be filled with the smell of freshly baked... [click here for more]
The Smallest Shoggoth of All
Of all the Mythos creatures roaming around lost R’lyeh, Squammy the shoggoth is the smallest, least frightening of them all. Tired of being teased and picked on, he sets off for the world of man to prove that he’s got what it takes to be a real monster.
The Littlest Shoggoth is a heartwarming tale of holiday horror. With non-Euclidean verse and sanity-blastingly... [click here for more]
A Style Guide with Style
Writing With Style: An Editor’s Advice for RPG Writers presents 45 pages of concise tips on simple ways to make your roleplaying game writing cleaner and clearer. This guide doesn’t show you how to structure adventures, build stat blocks, or create worlds. Instead, Ray Vallese looks at some of the most common and easily fixable grammar and style issues he’s... [click here for more]