With the Christmas in July sale going on on RPGNow (in which Azukail Games is also participating), I’ve picked up another two template sets using reinvested publisher earnings. Unlike the Sci-fi set, these are two that I had planned to purchase.
The two sets are, once again, some of the lovely products from Lord Zsezse Works. One is the Steampunk set, the other the Horror set.
These will be used for future supplements and, in the case of the Steampunk set, I’m going to go back and use it for two existing ones at some point.
These are probably the last two sets that are needed for the moment, although there is another set I’m considering getting.
200 (And More) Male Hawaiian First Names is now available to buy on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This supplement lists 200 male names in Hawaiian language, with meanings and alternate spellings, if known. The names are suitable for a wide range of Polynesian settings.
Well, it’s the Christmas in July sale on RPGNow, and many of our supplements have 25% off.
I admit, I’d forgotten I’d signed up for this sale, but if you want to get one of the discounted supplements – about 25% off – there’s just under 8 days to do so.
See the discounted list on RPGNow.
100 Things to Find in a Steampunk Workshop is now available to buy on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is a list of 100 technology items that could be found in a steampunk workshop.
100 (And More) Male Pictish First Names has now been released, but there won’t be a female version of this.
One of the few female names to have survived is Eithne, that of a Pictish royal from the 9th century. However, that name is actually of Irish or Gaelic origin.
One suggestion that has been made is that a proportion of the names currently believed to be male are actually female. This is not known for certain either way.
It may be possible to alter the male names by making them “feminine” as is done in some languages. Alternatively, and as Pictish may be a Gaelic language, female names from another Gaelic language could be used, such as Manx female names.
100 (And More) Female Manx First Names is now available to buy from from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This is the companion supplement to 100 (And More) Male Manx First Names and lists 100 female names in the Manx Gaelic language, with notes on meaning and alternative spellings when known. The names are suitable for a wide range of Celtic settings.
Both male and female names are also available in the Manx First Names Bundle.
Another template set has been bought using reinvested publisher earnings.
It’s another pack from Lord Zsezse Works, Sci-fi. This is one of the packs that comes with back covers as well as front covers and papers, in four different designs and in US Letter and A4 sizes.
Although I had planned to buy another couple of template sets, this wasn’t either of them. In fact, I don’t have a definite immediate use for this particular one, and there are a further two or three I might have purchased first. However, it’s one that I have potential future uses for, and it was in a two day sale when I got it, so I decided to make the most of the discount.
100 (And More) Male Pictish First Names is now available to buy on DriveThruRPG and RPGNow.
This supplements lists 100 male first names in the Pictish language, with alternatives if known. The names are probably most suited for Celtic, or Celtic bordering, settings, or Roman Britain.