Sin is the god of the moon, of change, madness and navigation. Alone among the Anunnaki to wander freely in the realms of both the living and the dead, Sin is worshiped by lotus eaters and oracles, by sailors, herders and pregnant women, and anyone else who sets out on uncertain endeavors in the hope […]Read more "Covenant of the Waxing Moon"
Sweden’s oldest gaming fanzine Mjölnir is back with a seventh issue after a hiatus of some 20-odd years. The zine contains 44 pages of high-quality content and we’ve joined in with 1d6 encounters, most of which can be expanded into adventures in their own right. We highly recommend you download a free copy of the […]Read more "Blood & Bronze in Mjölnir fanzine"
The Wailing Hills of Gána-Ga These hills are generally safe to travel, busy with trade and teeming with life, for Nippur—the religious center and home to Enlil, the god of fertility and growth—lies here. Criss-crossed by roads. As long as the adventurers follow one of the many roads crisscrossing the hills, no Vigor test is […]Read more "Wilderness zone: The Wailing Hills"
Here are 30 assorted NPCs, beasts and monsters that you can slot right into your game or use as blueprints for designing your own. To quickly generate an encounter, roll 1D30 and consult the table below. You can also roll 1D10 to get a common beast, 1D12+10 to generate a human or 1D8 and count […]Read more "D30 NPCs"
The land rises here, forming a barren high plateau. The torrential rains of earlier epochs have washed away most of the soil, so the vegetation consists mainly of thistles, low bushes and yellow grass that grow in the occasional fertile spot, clinging to gravel and stones for shelter against the merciless evening breeze that seeks […]Read more "Wilderness Zone: the Aralli Plateau"
Step out of the darkness and seek justice: face the light of Shamash! He who presides over light and darkness, truth and wickedness! You can hear the drums, the horns and the bells calling you to the final judgment. Meet the sunrise with high heads! At the festival of the summer solstice, warriors and beasts […]Read more "Blood for Heaven"
Reviews of the Rules Booklet English This is quite a triumph of really cool ideas placed in a setting that practically writes its own adventures. – Ahimsa K. @ RPGNOW product review The rules are good. They seem to go well with pulp style adventuring. While they follow different sensibilities to some extent they will […]Read more "Comments and Reviews"