Destiny calls, Adventurers!
Forgotten tombs, ancient laboratories, the decadent palace of the God of Dreams, plundered and dusty dwarven holdfasts, and the ferociously defended territories of the Herders and Hounds of the Stars themselves!
There are mysteries to be solved within these pages, crafty and horrific enemies to defeat, and treasures both monetary and magical to claim... [click here for more]
AL 4: The Waystation by Dave Przbyla, for the Dungeon Crawl Classics roleplaying game.
The Dwarves of Upanesh were prosperous and widespread; their transport/mining system was efficient and admirable. Their ancient downfall was tragic, but not without its heroes. Minoc Manshield and his mystical hammer Stone Fist, tools of the great god Upan saved many of his people and took many invaders... [click here for more]
Purple Duck Games Presents!AL 5: Stars in the Darkness by Daniel J. Bishop (Raven_Crowking).
In millennia past, the ancestors of the elves protected the stars as they followed their courses, for there are wolves in the outer dark. Yet what manner of creature would dare to consume stars as though they were sheep in the field? And what has become of the ancient starherds... [click here for more]
Purple Duck Games Presents!AL 3: Through the Cotillion of Hours by Daniel J. Bishop (Raven_Crowking).
Sooner or later, characters are going to want to quest to achieve some specific end – to raise a fallen comrade, to regain lost ability points, to discover a new spell, to find some new magic item…the possibilities are nearly endless. This scenario can occur... [click here for more]
There are often periods of greater or lesser magical influence in the world. Millennia ago, during a period of reduced magical activity, there was a nuclear power station at this location. When magical influences began to spread once more, the nuclear core became unstable, and began to develop a form of malevolent sentience. The ancients placed the core in a shaft three... [click here for more]
A 0th-level funnel for DCC by Daniel J. BishopPrince Hubert Charming, son of the Baron of Westlake, and heir to Westlake Manor, is well known as a cold man, whose watery blue eyes seem to betray no emotion at all. Yet he is a great lover of beauty, as all his wives have proven. The first he found working in the cinders of a woodsman’s cottage. Some say that the girl’s... [click here for more]