Designing an adventure and need some atmospheric art, at a reasonable price with a very flexible license agreement? Need an illustration with that hand-drawn, old-school feel? Then Raging Swan's Mysterious Places are for you! You can check out Mysterious Place's very reasonable terms and conditions at ragingswan.com.
A raging waterfall tumbles into a large natural cave. The walls are slick with moisture... [click here for more]
These mini adventures are designed to be playable within the space of an evening game lasting no more than a few hours.
The adventures are playtested with D&D 3.5 which has a combat system complex enough to ensure a thorough test of the one session rule, but you can play these dungeons with any system you like.
Each short, sweet, skirmish based adventure comes with a battle map (compatible... [click here for more]
This stock art image by Earl Geier depicts a natural cavern that yawns wide, is filled with stony fangs, and stretches back into unknown depths
This purchase includes a JPG and a TIFF version, both at 300 dpi, sized at 6x8", along with an EPS vector version.
All art files are bundled in a... [click here for more]
The Uncommon Ground series provides ready-to-use textures for your RPG cartography, image creation, or traditional game artwork. Each Uncommon Ground product contains a single texture rendered in four different color schemes. Each render is a 2048x2048-pixel PNG image suitable for use with most popular paint applications. All Uncommon Ground textures... [click here for more]
Basic tile set for tabletop gaming with 1" Tiles, this set can be used on its own or together with our Combat Tiles.
Simple Tiles may be used for commercial and personal gaming projects.
If you use any of these tiles in your product, you must include the statement:
Some artwork copyrighted by Cobra-Games, used with permission.
By purchasing this product you agree to these terms. ... [click here for more]
UPDATE - A full colour version has just been added on 30/4/13 :)
The RPG Handbook is a system-free guide to playing tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs). The RPG Handbook looks at:
Inviting new players to try out tabletop RPGs.
Getting kids involved in trying out imaginative games.
Emphasizing deeper character development.
Making it easy to run and vary solo and team RPG gameplay.
Turning players... [click here for more]