The Mythos Society Guide to New England is an expansive universal sourcebook by veteran game designer Clint Staples that can be used to enhance any horror, mystery, or adventure roleplaying scenarios set in New England. It is particularly suited for Mythos-oriented games like Call of Cthulhu and Cthulhu Live. It is also a fun and provocative read... [click here for more]
A Brief History of Gnolls: Anthropophagy and Emeralds from Wales to Wisconsin and Beyond traces the history of the title fantasy creatures in literature and gaming, from when they were first introduced nearly a century ago up through the present. Features of this unique and entertaining volume include two entertaining quasi-academic essays by writer Paul Haynie that examine the literary history... [click here for more]
The new year is upon us, so it's time once again to start all over for the first time. Join "d-Infinity Live!" co-hosts William T. Thrasher and Michael O. Varhola and special guests Chris Van Deelen (Wisdom from the Wastelands) and Enrico Nardini (Associate Editor, Tabletop Gaming News) as we look back on the last year and look forward to new projects, games, and adventures in 2015.... [click here for more]
In the year 2525 the walking dead pursue the Highwayman across the ravaged planes of 3rd Earth, and that's just the beginning! On this irradiated episode of "d-Infinity Live!" the crew gathers around the smoking remains of civilization to talk about their favorite post-apocalyptic TV shows and how they've influenced tabletop gaming.
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"They're just like the ancient Egyptians except they're Gnomes!" How many times have you heard something like that before? Join "d-Infinity Live!" co-hosts William T. Thrasher, Brendan Cass, and Michael O. Varhola, along with special guest Lucas Puryear, as they discuss and answer questions from viewers on how to make fantasy cultures come alive in role-playing games.
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Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd... [click here for more]
“Paros could only venture a guess as to how many graves the forsaken burial ground in the little valley before him contained. North to south, it ran about a half mile and, from where he stood beside the wrought-iron fence that zigzagged along its eastern edge, it stretched about a quarter mile to the base of the hills that surrounded it. The rolling, broken ground of this unkempt area was heavily... [click here for more]
This title contains line art 24 illustrations by artist Cyrus Leroy Baldridge that are all especially suitable for coloring. They are inspired by The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, a classic work of picaresque fiction by British diplomat James Morier that was first published in 1824 and which has been compared with the Arabian Nights. Morier's epic adventure is filled with rip-roaring... [click here for more]
“The Dinner Party” is a self-standing short story set in Skirmisher Publishing LLC’s Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting that takes place shortly after the events described in the bestselling swords-and-sorcery novel Swords of Kos: Necropolis and in the same location as the adventure "Into the Mines of Moira." ... [click here for more]