This latest set of arsenal cards takes you back to the earliest days of the gun, from matchlocks and wheellocks to the earliest flintlocks. This set covers the handgun from its earliest beginnings up until 1850, when what we think of as the modern revolver was introduced.
This volume provides you with 110 new handguns to add to your arsenal. From slow burning matchlocks for adventures with the King’s... [click here for more]
Rifles have long had a place in history, and a place in role playing games set in certain historical periods. From the American Civil War and the Wild West, to the battlefields of World War I and World War II, and to the jungles of Africa, Asia, and <st1:place>South America</st1:place> prowled by hunters, rifles have played a pivotal role. The third volume of Arsenal Cards features rifles... [click here for more]
This is the second in our series of hand-crafted map supplements for use in role-playing games. This Hand-Crafted Map supplement focuses on a single castle ruin, simplistic on first appearance, but with many hidden secrets within its crumbling walls. This particular ruin sits atop a small hill and is a landmark for the region. Its walls have long been abandoned and are now falling into decay. Why was... [click here for more]
Everybody loves getting gems as treasure. They are easy to carry, are generally worth more than their weight in gold (or Dollars, Euros, Interstellar Credits, etc.), and are pretty to look at. But that's the problem. In most RPGs, gems are treated as an additional type of treasure, but the "details" provided barely scratch the surface of what is needed to actually visualize them properly.... [click here for more]
Treasure! Everybody likes getting it, but randomly rolling dice on tables to tell a player that their character found a 25 gp garnet lacks panache and deflates the excitement faster than you can say percentile. But what if you could hand them the gem they just found? Well, unless you are willing to fork over several hundred dollars for a pack of real gems, the next best thing is Gem Cards!<o:p>... [click here for more]
Treasure! Everybody likes getting it, but randomly rolling dice on tables to tell a player that their character found a 25 gp garnet lacks panache and deflates the excitement faster than you can say percentile. But what if you could hand them the gem they just found?
Gem Cards were created for use with any RPG, in any setting. Gem Cards Set Two contains 96 different gems that you can print... [click here for more]
This Hand-Crafted Map supplement focuses on a single tor in a rural area. As long as the local people have been alive, this tor has been abandoned and forgotten. Farmers graze their animals on its slopes and the ancient stone tower atop it serves as a handy landmark for the region. Recently, some locals claimed to have seen lights coming from the abandoned tower at the summit. What mystery is hidden... [click here for more]