This module is designed as a single session playthrough for 5 play- ers of second level- more importantly, five “new” characters, ones of whom your players have no knowledge; however, with a bit of work it could easily be modified to work with other player counts/levels.
The “theme” of this one-shot is simply stated: your players will have amnesia. The level to which this... [click here for more]
These rules allow for debates to be much more in depth than a single Persuasion vs Insight roll. It allows for wordplay battles with similar complexity to the swordplay battles more commonly focused on in these games. It makes traits like Alignment and Ideals mechanically relevant rather than mere flavor choices. These rules will not be for everyone, but for certain playstyles they can be invaluable.... [click here for more]
A band of heroes stands before a frightened crowd. They must rally the village to gather resources and prepare to defend against the coming marauders. Dissenting voices call for retreat, others border on panic. The adventurers exhort them to steel their will and follow their cunning plan.A paladin stands before the magistrates, ready to present a case. Her roguish friend is in trouble... [click here for more]
A New Game Mechanic: Wanted Scores
Actions should have consequences, especially for the protagonists of a dynamic story. Wanted Scores are a way to track unpopular decisions, acts of infamy, rebellion against the law, things that you swear aren't what they look like, and that incident that is certainly just a big misunderstanding.
This supplement contains guidelines for using Wanted Scores in any... [click here for more]