Enduring: Witches and Shamansby NICHOLAS J. THALASINOS Art by: John Picot, Art Ford, Chris van Bruggen
Witches and Shamans, two of the most
iconic spell casting characters throughout myth and legend. And yet they have
often been left out of roleplaying games in favour of the more generic wizards
and cleric. No more.
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Golems of Flesh and Mechanical Menby Ben
Mowbray Art by: Ben Mowbray Owen Kuhn and John Milner It's Alive!!!
Flesh golems -- iconic monsters inspired by Mary Shelly's Frankenstein and the myths surrounding the Cabalist alchemists of medieval and renaissance Prague.
Automatons -- clockwork creations made to resemble human beings,... [click here for more]
Revised Dice and Dramatics A d20 Guide to Better Role-Playing By Ben Mowbray Dice and Dramatics is a general guide to improving your game through better role-playing. It is geared towards players and DMs of Fantasy d20 settings. It discusses many issues, some simple, some obvious, while others obscure or easily overlooked. We've tried to make the guide as simple as possible without... [click here for more]
The Immortal: Vampires Version 2. By Ben Mowbray For thousands of years the legend of the vampire has enthrawled and instilled fear in the hearts of men. The earliest legends span back perhaps as far as ancient Egypt, and arose independently in nearly every culture on Earth, from Africa to Europe, to Asia, the Americas and even Australia. The Immortal: Vampires is a three-in-one... [click here for more]
For every actions, there is an equal and opposite reaction! Enochian Theurgy. The concepts of Black Magic are well known, through a variety of media, not so well known however are those practitioners of Magic that adopt a different Philosophy, that of Enochian Magic. Based on the summoning of Angelic spirits Enochian Theurgy is to Diabolism what Day is to Night. SFX Skills: Enochian Theurgy... [click here for more]
The Complete FighterBy Nicholas J Thalasinos The poor fighter, everyone knows how poorly he or she compares to the other martial classes. They are good as a ‘dip’ class to pick up a few feats, but woe to those who stay beyond 7th level! Maybe they start out strong, but they swiftly fall behind the curve to their more useful brethren (barbarians, rangers, and paladins). Good at low... [click here for more]
For some of you, the first time you heard the names of Paris, Hector or Agamemnon was when you watched that Brad Pitt movie, but, two or three generations ago, a (Western) man wouldn't be able to call himself educated unless he was able to read the myths of Ancient Greece in the language in which they'd been written. I'm sentimental enough to think that something has been lost.
The epic fantasy... [click here for more]