Draken Games is an independent publisher of RPG and wargame material, based near the beautiful cathedral city of Durham in North East England. As a starting point, we sifted through the accumulated paperwork of a would-be game designer who never threw anything away: over 20 years of work that would otherwise have forever stayed in yellowing notebooks. We continue to mine that motherlode, but since we started publishing material in 2006, Draken Games has attracted a number of other irregular collaborators who provide ideas, artwork and, not least, playtesting.
If we were more commercially minded, we would focus on fewer categories, but what the heck, we're more interested in doing stuff we enjoy. So, we have only one philosophy behind what we produce: "This is the kind of thing I'd want to buy if I hadn't written it myself".
Do please have a look at our products, and be sure to check back, as we continue to extend our catalogue.
Arkadon Castleis a location resource for use in any fantasy/medieval RPG or skirmish wargame. Full details are given of a small fortified manor house (closely modelled on Aydon Castle in North East England). Plans are given on a variety of scales, including room plans suitable for use with miniatures.
You can either print-and-play immediately with the furnished room plans... [click here for more]
So, your sci-fi RPG campaign is going to span vast volumes of space and introduce new alien races from an exotic medley of planets. But just what are those planets like? This handbook will allow you to design realistic planets capable of bearing human (or human-like) life. Guidance is given on:
Plus,... [click here for more]
The party needs to be the other side of an inhospitable mountain range, quickly... luckily there's a miraculous flying ship available for hire, run by a kindly cleric who can promise an incident-free journey.
Unfortunately, bad weather, unfriendly mountain tribes and large flying monsters don't share that view... plus, is that cleric really as kindly as he seems...?
A travelling scenario for use... [click here for more]