Are your game’s Aboleth Mages under-average? Are the Greater Barghest’s skill points grimly befuddling? Do you find Retriever Demons to be ridiculously dominant against your PCs? These are just a few of the monsters in the SRD that have errors in their stat blocks, bringing their mistakes into your game. But now Cooper’s Compendium of Corrected Creatures fixes the problems... [click here for more]
Are your game's Tarrasques and Thoqquas distinctly unobservant? Are your Vargouilles not as stealthy as they should be? Are your Wights not reaching their full potential? These are just a few of the monsters in the SRD that have significant errors in their stat blocks, bringing their mistakes into your game. But now Cooper's Compendium of Corrected Creatures fixes the problems you didn't even... [click here for more]
A Dark Future is one of the most omnipresent themes in science fiction and fantasy literature, films, and games. From the grim futures postulated by H.G. Wells in The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine, to the dystopian societies described by Aldous Huxley in Brave New World and George Orwell in 1984, to the post-apocalyptic worlds of The Walking Dead and Suzanne... [click here for more]
Vampires, zombies, Bigfoot, and every other sort of “Children of the Night” can be found in d∞ Volume #3! Its contents include a self-standing card game, an interview with an industry luminary, a zombie survival guide, a complete adventure dual-stat’ed Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Live, lots and lots of monsters, and more!
Volume #3 Contents
Editorial:... [click here for more]
To many of us, the idea of going full circle — as opposed to simply going in circles — is to not just come back to the place one started out but to also have accomplished or discovered something in the process. For the authors, artists, and editors of d-Infinity, that means looking back at what we have experienced as members of the game industry over the past three decades and beyond,... [click here for more]
From its very beginnings, the idea of the Mythos has pervaded role-playing gaming to one extent or another, overtly influencing innumerable authors, developers, and game masters. At its core, the idea behind the Mythos is that there is a vast body of pre-human — even alien in the most fundamental sense — history, science, and cosmology, that people periodically perceive glimpses of these... [click here for more]