Player characters visit a lot of different places and we don't see every minute of their time "on screen" during the game. Is it strange to imagine that they're getting tangled up in romantic (or casual) relationships?
This short document has a few tables for you to roll on to create exes to add in the game. Whether you're a player who wants to see what broken hearts your PC has left behind, or a... [click here for more]
Beautiful, smooth and challenging. It's ambitious and magical, with a sprinkle of moondust in its hair.” – Nathan Bredfeldt (DrNate)“…a beautiful book….It is exquisite. It's really captured the aspects that make a Miyazaki….You've captured and written a classic.” – Michael ColeThe Whispering Road is a storytelling... [click here for more]
From the dawn of feature films, fans—be they artists, gamers, visionaries, writers, or dreamers—have drawn inspiration from the big screen. Now, between the covers of Cinema & Sorcery, embark on a decades-long journey through time from the earliest days of sword and sorcery films up to the present day.
Learn the who, the what, the where, and the how of your favorite fantasy... [click here for more]
In Family Games: The 100 Best, top game designers and publishers write about the most enjoyable, most cleverly designed titles of the last one hundred years. Their essays cover the spectrum from board games to card games, wargames to miniatures games to role-playing games, including old favorites and little known gems. These are the games that the designers themselves play, the ones that have... [click here for more]
Oh, the lowly d4! Second in derision only to the d12 (and those imaginary dice the d3 and d5. Pfah!). Now these oft maligned dice, known to many as caltrops, have two games designed just for them. Caltrops is a small supplement featuring two dice games as played by the warrior goblins of Tufartu Reach. One game is in the push-your-luck style, and the other is a betting game. Caltrops... [click here for more]