The fonts in the Celestia package are perfect for handouts and materials for all kinds of RP games, particularly those games which involve an aristocratic European milieu or history, as well as anything related to their actual Renaissance-era and later uses. They are exotic-looking, historically interesting, and useful in many contexts. They would also work well for esoteric writings... [click here for more]
The striking appearance of Crowley, a font based on Aleister Crowley's "Alphabet of Daggers," makes it suitable for many uses in gaming. It could be the secret writing of a guild of assassins, the alphabet of an evil race, or even what it was intended for, the cipher of an esoteric group. Or it would just look good as a border decoration on a character... [click here for more]
This is the perfect font for creating intercepted secret messages, alchemists' notes, and other handouts and props for RPGs and LARPs. With four different forms, including normal, weathered, calligraphic, and outline, there's a version for every purpose.
Its real history is even more interesting. It was created by John Dee, court astrologer to Queen... [click here for more]
This package consists of three fonts, two of which date to the Renaissance era and the third of which was created in a similar style specifically for gaming use.
Theban is sometimes called "the alphabet of the witches" and is still in use today to keep writing safe from prying eyes.
Magi is derived from the Writing of the Mages, another Renaissance-era... [click here for more]