Think back to your best roleplaying campaign. The one where the GM made a world so believable you could taste the hippogriff stew. This is exactly what Fighter Fred's world is not like. Fred's world seems like something photocopied from an old-school rulebook. The economy is entirely described by the Equipment List on page 12. Social status is measured in experience points. Geography... [click here for more]
Fighter Fred has faced the Dungeon of Doom, and he returns a changed man. Twilight is a changed elf. And Mak-Thar— Oh boy! Mak-Thar has really changed. Maybe they should try to change him back. All it will take is a heroic quest through the Wombat Wilderness. With Yellin’ Helen as their barbarian guide, our heroes will get lost, eat dried frogs, and fight wombats. Can they help their friend before... [click here for more]
In Fighter Fred's third book, he confronts the darkest evil! Well ... fairly dark evil. It's a temple. In a swamp. And they worship a snake goddess. So, yeah, probably evil, but really, Fred's just here for his barbarian buddy Helen. She's putting together a team to take that temple down! Mak-Thar is happy to help. Twilight and Nightshade return as well, joining a crack heist... [click here for more]
The Silverleaf Forest is cursed by an eternal winter. Twilight the elf must save his people by delivering the Amulet of Spring!
But what if simply handing over a shiny quest object isn't enough? What if the elves can only be saved by a fellowship of epic heroes?
Well, that would be too bad for them. Twilight's friends are not epic heroes. Twilight's friends are a barbarian who advertises... [click here for more]