By this Poleaxe is a four-page set of rules to allow a GM to run small-scale battles or skirmishes involving 15-120 combatants on each side without miniatures. The rules have been specifically designed to work with Labyrinth Lord or similar well-aged fantasy game. Can also be used in conjunction with By this Axe, a simple set of fantasy miniatures... [click here for more]
This free pdf includes the 11" x 17" Operation Unfathomable DM's map by Jez Gordon and the player's map and character sheet by Karl Stjernberg.
FOR USE WITH OPERATION UNFATHOMABLE ... [click here for more]
Want to sample the pulp fantasy setting Weird Adventuresbefore you buy?Strange Trails has eight articles on the world of Weird Adventures from the From the Sorcerer's Skull blog, expanded, annotated, and illustrated--plus an "Appendix N" that offers an extensive... [click here for more]
The Ultraviolet Grasslands (UVG) is a rules-light rpg pointcrawl module inspired by psychedelic heavy metal, the Dying Earth genre, and Oregon Trail games. It takes a group of ‘heroes’ into the depths of a vast and mythic steppe filled with the detritus of time and space and fuzzy riffs.
The UVG is for referees, game masters, judges, players, and fans of role-playing games who want to run... [click here for more]
Straight from the garage of Chris's mom—and 1981—comes this homegrown, truly old school adventure of malign druids, twisted tree demons, evil blink dogs, arboreal gelatinous cubes, magical pecans and certain death.
Though sadly missing half its original key, the release has been painstakingly recreated by the author as a grown man. More or less. ... [click here for more]
Witchburner is a novella-length rpg adventure. It's an intimate, tragic adventure of witch hunting in a town huddled between rivers and mountains and forests one wet and cold October.
This free sample of Witchburner, the Burner Edition, includes 34 pages out of the full 64-page, mostly system-neutral adventure. It covers the first seven days and seven citizens, while the complete adventure... [click here for more]