3 BONES is a bare-bones fantasy role-playing game for a handful of players with a handful of dice. All you need are 3 six-sided dice and some paper for a character sheet: a business card that is blank on one side should be enough! It's perfect for running a one-shot adventure on short notice. Character generation is quick and easy so you can start playing right away. If you want to play "a charming... [click here for more]
The Atlas of Dead Stars is a cartographic supplement for Necronautilus by World Champ Game Co. and other weird science-fantasy space games. It comes with 3 hex grid maps in trippy space colors and a blank hex grid on A4 sized pages that can be printed and pasted together to make a large map. Full size versions of the maps on A3 pages are also provided. The atlas also contains 3 pages of images... [click here for more]
Blood River is a micro map hex crawl adventure that can be played with your favorite system. It's a small and simple campaign and pairs well with a small and simple game system like "3 BONES" or Highland Paranormal Society's "Prole" or "Tunnel Goons". There are three pages: one to give to the players and two that can be printed double-sided for the GM's use.
(The map was made with the HPS Cartography... [click here for more]
This slim 4 page supplement for "old school" adventure games helps you add dramatic death scenes and injuries to your games with bland "hit points". Are you tired of being at negative hit points and having nothing to do but "roll to stabilize" or begging other players to heal you or just rolling up a new character while the others continue to play?
Maybe you'll miraculously pull through with scars... [click here for more]
Ash Island is a roleplaying game of pain, darkness, despair, and hope for a GM and one or more players, set in a fog-shrouded New England town on a small island dominated by an evil force that manifests the characters' own inner demons to torment them.
You take the role of anchorites, unfortunate souls bound to the dark spirit of the island by the unique suffering of their own personal sins or... [click here for more]