A DragonQuest adventure for 3-6 adventurer-level characters.
Late in the year, as the harvest season is closing, and towns and villages are preparing for the coming winter, word has reached the group that someone is looking for a small band of adventurers for a dangerous, but well-paying task. They are to travel into the Fealhoa Valley, a region that has been deadly dangerous for the past 30 years,... [click here for more]
The Gazetteer is complementary with the Wilderness of Ordurak adventure, and provides further information about the setting. This gazetteer describes the geography, natural features, landmarks, cities, and peoples of the region depicted in the Wilderness of Ordurak map.
The region portrayed in The Wilderness of Ordurak has been developed to be complimentary with The Frontiers of Alusia and serves... [click here for more]
A DragonQuest Supplement
Includes new weapons, new skills and abilities, new Colleges of magic, and additional rules for the DragonQuest (SPI) role-playing game. Contents include:
II. Additions to Combat
101. Combat Talents
102. Additions to Combat
103. Weapon Cross Use
104. Weapon Handling
105. Additional Weapons
III. Additions to Magic
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A group of adventurers is sought to aid in unraveling a mystery set in an untamed land. The Barony of Auskenheim is the most recent addition to the Confederation of Baronies, on the frontier where wild magic is more prevalent, and life is more dangerous, than in more civilized lands.
A quasi-sandbox setting for a group of 4 to 6 Adventurer level characters. The Wilderness of Ordurak is a... [click here for more]
An adventure for DragonQuest (and similar game systems).
A group of adventurers are hired to seek out a lost workshop once used for magical research that was forgotten after a long past war.
This adventure is designed for an organized group of 3-6 adventurer level characters. While this adventure has been designed and written for DragonQuest, it can be easily translated for use with other game... [click here for more]
Inspired by the NASA diagrams of the control panels of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecraft, the Spaceship Panel DiceDrop Table offers numerous problems to afflict your spacefaring adventurers. ... [click here for more]
A planetary display map form to use with any role playing game. The map sheet displays a truncated icosahedron (buckyball or soccer ball form) with geometricized latitude and longitude gridding to enable mapping locations anywhere on the face of the world.
Layout is for a science-fiction system, but this is equally usable with any game system wanting to have an abstracted global map. ... [click here for more]
The Un-Furnished Dungeon series offers dungeonmasters a map and description of the physical spaces of a dungeon, but without any specific inhabitants or contents, allowing it to be fully customized for use with any campaign, regardless of the game system being used, party size, or level.
The UnFurnished Dungeon provides a keyed map along with physical descriptions of the spaces.... [click here for more]