Train-riding hobos first appeared in America in the 1860s, after the Civil War. The term hobo entered American parlance around 1890. By 1930, the number of hobos had risen to approximately one million.
During the Great Depression, hobos often didn’t own much more than the shirt on their back. By banding together and offering each other help, they got by. Hop on the train! ... [click here for more]
Bullies & Basements is game about playing as a kid with an overactive imagination.
Do you remember the imaginary friend you had as a kid? Do you remember the school bully? Do you remember being scared of the basement?
In Bullies & Basements the real world can morph before you eyes using the power of your imagination. Musty attics become clifftop caves. The freezer section... [click here for more]
The Old School Revival "OSR" genre is unique because each version of an Old School Revival system reflects the way the creator was introduced those original fantasy rpgs. Here is my take on Old School Revival.
OSR hearkens back to the original version of D&D in both style and play. If you want a nice bit of nostalgia or a tough, but fair challenge, then this system is the one for you!... [click here for more]
A Sticky Situation is set during the 1920s, on Dartmouth Island, a small island off the east coast of the United States. This adventure is ideal as a beginner adventure for new characters and as the start of your own campaign. A Sticky Situation also works great as a one-shot.
Maniacal barons, man-eating slugs, and an army of the deep await you on Dartmouth Island! ... [click here for more]
Mistwood Valley is a supplement for your fantasy adventure. Here you'll find a large, but secluded, northern valley full of new creatures, magical locations, different factions, intriguing NPCs, and lore to slot into your campaign. It's a great place to get wrapped up in side adventures. This supplement is not tied to any particular system. ... [click here for more]