Aradia is a prominent figure for many Wiccan traditions, as well as other neo-pagan belief systems. Some have revered her as a Moon Goddess, while to others she is the Queen of Witches.
First published in 1899 by Charles Leland, and believed to be a collection of religious rites utilized by a coven of pagan witches in Tuscany, The Gospel of Witches holds spells to invoke and conjure Diana,... [click here for more]
In the height of the Viking era, Alfred the Great strives with every movement to solidify his power in Wessex while the Danes hunger for Mercia and the East. The great Emperor Charlemagne has been dead for almost seventy years and the massive vacuum of power left in the wake of his passing still stirs massive political currents across the world. In the North, Jarls vie for power, tempting some with... [click here for more]
"Smuggler's Tunnel" is a rules-free description of a specific sort of place that might be found in many different sorts of communities and cultures. It is formatted like the more than 70 places found in Skirmisher Publishing's Platinum bestselling sourcebook City Builder: A Guide to Designing Communities and intended to stand by itself or serve as bonus content to that volume.... [click here for more]
Published in 1913, and strongly influenced by Kriegspiel, H.G. Wells chronicles the creation of his miniature wargame, and lays out its fascinatiing rules in Little Wars.
This edition has kept the original text intact, while updating the formatting and layout, and condensing the number of pages. It has also been complimented with both original and modern illustrations and photographs. ... [click here for more]