Come with us on a Quest in The Shambles. A lost, ruined city whose streets are paved with gold. To catch a wyrm, before it brings death and destruction to the adventure's settlement of Tent Town.
This adventure is an introductory Quest for newly created characters and is suitable for starting Referees. It can be linked with the adventure in the main OpenQuest rulebook and the Lost Outpost... [click here for more]
In the year 68AD, after Emperor Nero’s suicide and disgrace, the Roman Empire is torn apart by civil war. Those who would be emperor have withdrawn the legions under their command to fight each other, leaving the defences of the borders and provinces of the Empire dramatically weakened.
The people are particularly agitated near the River Rhine. A large force of Batavians gathers, the few remaining... [click here for more]
OpenQuest is an easy-to-play, straightforward, fantasy roleplaying game that uses the tried and tested D100 dice mechanic.
OpenQuest lets you play fantastic death-defying adventurers in search of fame and fortune.
Every step of the way you’ll be supported by these easy-to-understand rules based upon over forty years of the tried and tested D100 mechanic.
Easy to Learn. The rules have... [click here for more]
SimpleQuest is a concise and straightforward D100 system, easy to play yet filled with all the tense excitement and storytelling potential associated with percentile systems.
It is a compact version of OpenQuest, with a few extra rules to make it more pickup and play.
Compact for travelling and viewing on phones/tablets
Concise for straightforward fantasy games, one-shots and short... [click here for more]
This 88-page companion book is what happened next since the main rulebook came out in 2014, a collection of the two released adventures and articles that have come about due to fans questions about the game and setting.
Finding Your Way in the River of Heaven (page 4). This article is a short-cut to understanding the default setting, or rather two settings that co-exist side by side in the... [click here for more]