From the very beginning of the Tabletop Roleplaying Games hobby Dungeon Masters (DMs), as they were called then, have altered, changed, tweaked, added to or removed various aspects of the game mechanics of the “rules as written”. This is known as homebrewed rules, and it is not only common but beneficial for the hobby as a whole. Homebrewing rules occur when the DM finds that the rules as written... [click here for more]
This product will streamline your game session with easy to follow charts, organized in the sequence of the combat round.
The Myth Master's screen is a gaming aid for Mthic Fantasy RPG. It is a 7 page quick reference of all charts needed to conduct the combat (in its basic form) for a game session. Although some of the wording and formatting of the Core Book charts have been altered for layout... [click here for more]
A party of young adventurers embark on a quest to unravel the cause of a plague that is spreading across the land. Their village elders task them to seek out a reclusive Druid, and see if he may provide answers as to the cause of this plague and more importantly how to end it. This adventure will reveal to the players the larger world of Thule, far more vast than their simple village lives. ... [click here for more]
This is a safety tool kit that details the nature of the gaming table in the early decades of the TTRPG hobby and a few tools that I used or still use that are consitent with that early expeerience. I'm providing this as a free resource and hope that you may find it helpful. ... [click here for more]
A young group of children emabark on a quest, participating in the High Festival of Samhain (Hallow Evening), a traditional rite of passge that will determine who is ready for adulthood, and who may have to try again next year.
This is a zero-level character adventure, that can be used with any OSR system. ... [click here for more]
On January 16, 1919 the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibited the manufacture, sale and transportation of “intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes”. In New York City, between 1921-1923, there were 7000 arrests but only 27 convictions. The story of the “Whisky Creek Gang” was not part of that public record.
This is a Gangbuster B/X by Mark Hunt. This adventure written by... [click here for more]