I grew up half the Empire away. The village of my family would be nearly two months’ march to reach, and maybe after my time at the frontier they will let me have time off to return to them, before maybe coming here again, or retiring onto a farm with a family of my own.The Frontier is dangerous. Many places in the Empire are risky, but the Frontier is dangerous. I have seen... [click here for more]
Everywhere you go in society, just beyond the corner of your eyes and under every step you walk are tendrils of the past, of futures that never happened, of broken things, and of things not born. They’re all lost stories. Some of them can nearly push themselves into reality. Writers, artists, musicians, lovers, and in thin spaces are all rich opportunity for a Lost Story to become real in... [click here for more]
The small town of Charity was a thriving place, and now it seems... not so much. What could have gone so badly wrong?
This is a one-shot-style module, suitable as a side-quest or even a launching-point quest, with a feel for 'gothic', 'horror', and even a touch 'magic users playing with powers they should not' themes.
It includes information to make it suitable for 3.5E, 5E and by extension... [click here for more]
The crowd have been chanting for a while, ready for the game to start. The Ogres have the sun behind them for the first half, and with Elf opponents today the Referees will have their work cut out for them. They've organised 5 Referees for this game, which probably means there won't be a Fatality Pause where there are no living Referees at the game. It's going to be a close game, we will see if... [click here for more]
Everybody knows Julius. Julius is the sort of man whose name you heard said loudly in every tavern he enters. Nobody would stop Julius having a seat at their table. Everybody loves Julius. He’s a great guy. And he was convicted of murder, and will be sentenced to death in three mornings from now. Everyone is shocked. Julius didn’t even try deny it, but he didn’t break and confess.... [click here for more]