The fine folks over at Alderac Entertainment Group were kind enough to send me a copy of their Ultimate Toolbox, a book of tables, charts, seeds, and sidebars to inspire and aid the Game Master or player of any fantasy based roleplaying game. This book is far larger than its predecessor, the Toolbox, and is system agnostic to boot. It clocks in at 400 pages, none of which are wasted.
Mad Brew shares an old Flash Choose Your Own Adventure he create in tribute to the Endless Quest books that introduced him to the roleplaying game hobby more than two decades ago.
A new villain for your campaign, Xephero Valderann, a Mad Archwizard archetype. Xephero is the headmaster of the Arcane Academy where he is cursed to instruct any apprentice who seeks his vast knowledge of magic, but at what price?
The people should hail me as a hero for executing those noble thieves and reclaiming the lands that belonged to my ancestors. But instead they hate me and speak of revolution behind closed doors. Well, they shall repay me with sweat and blood as I forge a new empire! Devils be damned…
The Labs take a peek at Gestalt: The Hero Within, a campaign world for superhero roleplaying that has released two versions, one compatible with Mutants & Masterminds, the other for HERO System.
Mad Brew takes a look at part one of the Scion Companion which brings a new pantheon to the game: the Tuatha De Danann. The Tuatha are based on Irish-Celtic mythology. Bring Epic Mythology to your gaming table with Scion.
Mad Brew has some corrections that eliminates any reasons not to buy Alpha Omega, the new Sci-Fi RPG from Mind Storm Labs. He also plugs his collaboration with The Core Mechanic & At-Will.
Alpha Omega may be the next Sci-Fi RPG you play. AO backs up incredible looks with solid game mechanics and a kick-ass setting. Come see what Mad Brew has to say about it.
Mad Brew presents an adventure for use with Shadows of Cthulhu. He weaves a tale that intertwines Native American legend and Nazi esoteric consipiracies under the shadow of Cthulhu, set during the summer of 1933.
Expect to see WoDO, or The World of Darkness Online, within 3-5 years as CCP/White Wolf is currently accruing talent to begin development on the new MMORPG. No doubt many of you are aware of the merger of the two companies that happened almost two years ago exactly.