100 Rumours to Hear in a Town or Village is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is a collection of 100 different rumours that players could hear in a fantasy setting. These may just be background flavour or they could be used as adventure hooks.
100 Events for a Modern Street is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is a list of 100 different events that players could encounter on a modern street. These can be used to as dressing, to hide more significant events or they may themselves be camouflage for something else.
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As part of a project that has just been started in collaboration with
The Rolemaster Blog, I’ve picked up another piece of stock art, an Ice Demon from Rogue Genius Games.
If there’s one problem with this piece, which is decent and quite inexpensive, it’s that it’s in a PDF rather than an image file, so the image needs extracting from the PDF, the background removing and the resolution increasing, the latter making it a lot smaller.
This is the first piece acquired for this project; I expect to get quite a few more pieces.
100 People to Encounter on a Victorian Street is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is a list of 100 mostly lower class people, including names, sex, age and occupation, who could be encountered on a Victorian street, whether in a historical campaign, steampunk or horror.
Equipment and Items – A Hero Kids Compatible Supplement is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This supplement, our first for Hero Kids, lists six new Items and six new pieces of Equipment for the game.
100 Creepy Things and Events to Encounter Outdoors has become the latest supplement to achieve a metal sales level on a OneBookShelf site. It has become the second supplement to reach the Copper level on RPGNow
This is as well as its Silver sales level on DriveThruRPG.
100 Irrelevant Clues to Bamboozle Players is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is a list of 100 different important-appearing but utterly irrelevant clues that players could find whilst searching a building.
A Baker’s Dozen of Dungeon Rooms is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This supplement describes thirteen different rooms that can be dropped into a dungeon or a mmegadungeon.
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For an Easter-themed game, roll 1d20 on the following table to add some Easter-themed dressing.
Basket (A woven wicker basket, perhaps decorated with such as bunnies and chicks)
Bunnies (Plush toys or plain polystyrene ones for decorating)
Chicks (A yellow fluffy chick, or perhaps a plain one made from such as polystyrene for decorating)
Chocolate Easter Bunny (Probably hollow if large, down to solid smaller versions)
Chocolate Easter Egg (From tiny, solid or filled individual eggs, to larger hollow ones, possibly filled with other candies)
Chocolate Mould (In shapes such as bunnies, chicks and eggs, together with chocolate and icing for making eggs)
Daffodils (Freshly cut real daffodils, or possibly artificial ones)
Easter Cake (An iced fruit or sponge cake decorated with such as eggs, rabbits and bunnies)
Easter Card (Greetings card with images such as eggs, chicks, bunnies or religious scenes)
Egg Hunt Basket (Made from such as plastic, metal or wicker, with a handle, probably brightly coloured and may be bunny themed)
Egg Hunt Sign (A colourful sign, some with ribbons for hanging, others on a stake, usually with an arrow and writing denoting the location of an Easter Egg Hunt)
Fillable Eggs (Artificial hollow eggs, often plastic, that can be filled with such as small candies or sweets, in different colours)
Floral Wreath (A decorative wreath with either real or artificial flowers)
Hanging Eggs (Decorative eggs, made from things such as polystyrene or even china, in different colours, from plain to patterned, with a ribbon for hanging them up)
Hot Cross Bun (Spiced sweet bun, typically made with raisins or currants but may be with orange-cranberry or apple-cinnamon, with a pastry cross on the top)
Palm Cross (Small cross made from palm fronds, or perhaps a similar substitute)
Palm Leaves (And branches, fresh and dried)
Peeps (Coloured marshmallow candies in shapes such as bunnies and chicks)
Simnel Cake (Fruit cake with almond paste or marzipan, decorated with eleven, or possibly twelve, marzipan balls)
Twig Tree (Painted trees, usually white, made from a twigs, used for hanging Easter decorations on)
A Baker’s Dozen of Alchemist Bomb Discoveries is now available to buy from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This supplement for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game details a baker’s dozen, or thirteen, new bomb discoveries for the Alchemist class.