Over 3,700 years ago, Hammu-rapi reigned in Babylon. Known today for his law code, this Amorite king took a minor city-state located on a branch of the Euphrates and created an empire which rivaled any the world had yet seen.
Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed is a roleplaying game set in the world of Hammu-rapi, specifically the 25th year of his reign. Whether players choose... [click here for more]
The standard version of Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed omits the use of Feats, a traditional feature in the majority of those systems derived from the 3.5 System Reference Document. Many experienced groups, however, may wish to include the use of Feats in their games. This document is offered by Šukamu Press to these players free-of-charge.
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Tribes and Armies is the first major supplement for Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed.
The first portion of this book fills several gaps in the setting information originally presented in the Core Rulebook, namely those associated with the pastoral and tribal populations of the Ancient Near East.
Players who want to create characters who... [click here for more]
Need the best-made leather armor in the whole city of Babylon? Go see the leatherworker Bahli-bašti, but make sure to bring your purse.
Need to research a Sumerian ritual, not performed since the Deluge? If anyone knows where to find more information on it, it’ll be Amat-Marduk, a naditum familiar with the archives of Esagil.
When a wealthy awilum is found dead near... [click here for more]
Babylon On Which Fame and Jubilation Are Bestowed is a roleplaying game set in the 25th year of the reign of Hammu-rapi of Babylon.
This is a higher-resolution version of the kingdom map found in the core rulebook. ... [click here for more]