This bundle includes a traditional Digital PDF and a Phone PDF for ZWEIHANDER Grim & Perilous RPG: Revised Core Rulebook.
EVERYTHING A PLAYER NEEDS TO CREATE A CHARACTER FOR ZWEIHÄNDER GRIM & PERILOUS RPG. Abridged from the first ten chapters of ZWEIHÄNDER Revised Core Rulebook, this book contains everything you need to create a character:... [click here for more]
This bundle includes a traditional Digital PDF and a Phone PDF for MAIN GAUCHE: Grim & Perilous Supplement.CHAOS IS NOT A PIT – IT IS A LADDER.MAIN GAUCHE is a supplement for the ENnie award-winning ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG – a gritty, dark fantasy tabletop role-playing game. Using this book, you will... [click here for more]
Record your character's grim & perilous tale using the ZWEIHANDER Grim & Perilous RPG: Character Folio. Begin your journey by using a permanent marker to write your character's name on the front cover of the folio. Within this 24-page softcover book, you will find an updated character sheet, using a Mad Libs-styled approach to quickly record their background. It includes ample space and breadth... [click here for more]
The companion book to the Ghastly Affair Player's Manual, the Ghastly Affair Presenter's Manual gives you the tools you need to run The Gothic Game of Romantic Horror!Inside you will find:
An in-depth discussion of techniques for presenting the game, including how to create Gothic scenarios and manage game sessions effectively.
Over 100 creatures... [click here for more]
Ghastly Affair is the Gothic Game of Romantic Horror, set in the fevered age of Marie-Antoinette, the Marquis de Sade, and Napoleon. It's a world of haunted castles, desperate love, and wicked Libertines, where High Society is filled with human monsters as terrifying as any werewolf! The rules of Ghastly Affair utilize the familiar terms and concepts of Old-School role playing... [click here for more]
“A Ghastly Potpourri” is blooming with possibilities for the Ghastly Affair RPG, and other dark OSR games!
GMs and players of any game set in the late 18th century or early 19th century (the Georgian, Regency, French Revolutionary, and Napoleonic eras) will also find much of interest, as will anyone gaming in the Horror, Dark Fantasy, Weird Fantasy,... [click here for more]