Does your game lack depth? Under a lot of pressure to try something new? Creative springs running a bit dry? Then it is time to make a splash with the Cerulean Seas Campaign Setting and Undersea Sourcebook. Aquatic adventure awaits in three dimensions with this unique underwater world. This tome is filled to the brim with useful material for any game: a dozen new races, a triad of new classes and ... [click here for more]
The azure abyss, the underdeep, the inky wastes, and the midnight realm are but a few names afforded to those depths considered too deep by the common races of the Cerulean Seas. Though these pitch-black depths comprise the vast majority of the endless sea, these realms have been labeled by most as unfathomable reaches. This tome intends to shed some light on these mysterious waters, the creatures... [click here for more]
The lands of eternal ice and snow have always held a special place in our minds. We know these frosted realms for their amazingly resilient wildlife, including adorable seals, titanic walruses and playful penguins. When we consider this realm, our imaginations take us to a spectacular setting filled with exotic danger and heroic survival. Indigo Ice is the first gaming sourcebook that attempts to ... [click here for more]
Alluria Publishing in association with Dreamscarred Press bring psionics into the fantastic world of undersae adventuring. In these pages you will find aquatic rules for six new races, a new psionic core class (the Aquanaut), new feats, powers, and psionic items, as well as a score of psionic sea monsters to terrorize your undersea denizens.
This book requires Cerulean Seas Campaign Setting (Allu... [click here for more]
Alluria Publishing presents their solutions to 3d combat for both aerial and aquatic adventure. While developing their latest Pathfinder supplement, the Cerulean Seas Campaign Setting, they regularly reviewed common three dimensional solutions and devised a few of their own. If you already own Cerulean Seas, then you already have this material. If not, or you work with systems other ... [click here for more]
For eons the amphibious frog people common to the dismal swamps of the realm were known for malicious cruelty, greed, and cowardice-- acts that earned them the nickname bog-bullies. It seemed entirely unlikely that any good could come from these stupid and ugly muck dwellers, but something strange happened only two centuries ago that would dawn a new race of impeccable good. A curse, some say it w... [click here for more]