The Bightwater Region is so named for its primary city, Bightwater, a port town. The region can be roughly broken into two eras. Many thousands of years ago, the area was a significant portion of the Eburnean Empire. This empire was both technologically and magically advanced, and many vestiges of their reign can still be found in the dark corners of the Bightwater region.
Following the fall of the... [click here for more]
A random collection of random tables produced by the RPG Geek community during October, 2016. If you can't find something amusing and interesting in this collectania then you are not a geek. ... [click here for more]
As the light of the Good Folk dawned on the world, the creatures of the night retreated to dark corners, unable to withstand the piercing gaze and strength of arms that opposed them. In this Age of Heaven, many great structures and accomplishments grew from their harmonious labors and enlightened thought. Such was the Citadel of Anoros, home, workshop, and cathedral to an angelic being from whom it... [click here for more]
Highdark Hall has been in the Endicott Family for generations. The palatial manor has a distinct old-world flavor with all of the charm and functionality of our modern 1900s. And Preston Beauregard Stedeman Endicott, the current Lord of the Manor, loves to show off his family and estate. Famous for its statues, formal dining halls, and inner courtyards, Highdark Hall also offers guests a view of the... [click here for more]
When the ConFed has prisoners too valuable to execute and too dangerous to keep in the HighSec facilities coreward, they secure the criminals aboard the ships in the Maximum-Security Fleet. The longest serving in this capacity is the Tartarus, a hardened and upgraded version of the common heavy freight liner Niobe class. Exact specifications are closely guarded secrets and the location and... [click here for more]
The theme for this issue is Twins. They can be synergistic, antagonistic, opposites, or identic (but not duplicates). They can be items, people, spells, technologies, or whatever else you can imagine, either obvious twins or conceptual twins. But they have to be twins - two of a kind, more alike each other than anything else. ... [click here for more]
The theme for this issue is ELEMENTS. In most Western philosophy, there are four known classical elements. But there are many different philosophies and ways of thinking about the world, reality, and existence. ... [click here for more]