Welcome to Skirmisher Publishing’s Oddities for a Thieves’ Guild, second entry in an ever-expanding series of curiosities for places absurd, bizarre, creepy, devastated, enervated, and frustrated (we can go on and come up with an entire alphabet of abject adjectives, but we have already calibrated our cogitation contraptions to alliterative mode).
Oddities are the details that... [click here for more]
Welcome to 100 Oddities for a Wasteland, the sixth entry in the “Oddities” series of sourcebooks, each of which brings you 100 imaginative elements, curios, and details to add to your games, in whatever way you like.
Previous volumes in this series — including 100 Oddities for a Creepy Old House, 100 Oddities for a Graveyard, 100 Oddities for a Thieves’... [click here for more]
Join co-hosts William T. Thrasher, Brendan Cass, Clint Staples, Amanda Kahl, and Michael O. Varhola for a lively and informative discussion about the role of Vermin in tabletop role-playing games! From arachnid swarms to giant insects to plague-bearing clouds of stinging horrors, we explore how to make the most out of Vermin in your scenarios. This title is pay-what-you want and the requested payment... [click here for more]
To mangle a paraphrase from John Donne, no mutant is an island — unless your mutant is an island. And even then it probably does not live entirely alone. Whether you are part of a community or a party of adventurers, Ancient philosophers from the Liver Pool had it right: everyone gets by with a little help from their friends. When two or more different species help each other, the cooperation... [click here for more]
As a weary game master, nearing the end of a long session and faced with a sudden, sticky conundrum, have you ever looked across at a table full of your eager/irate/meddlesome players (taut with the expected wisdom of your decision), and thought: “Man ... I wish there was a rule for this”? For many of these unexpected cases, now there is. This issue of Wisdom from the Wastelands... [click here for more]