"I absolutely loved the adventure and how it was set up.""The balance between combat and non-combat encounters is excellent."
It all begins with a simple request (doesn’t it always?) from an old farmer. The request – protect his cattle herd from vicious wolves. Simple enough for the brave adventurers, right? But it doesn’t stay that way. Not at all. Soon,... [click here for more]
“As the DM I very much loved the story – a one shot that allowed some conversing, some combat and rewarded quick or out-there thinking.”
“…started out like we were going in the “Hunger Games”… had fun adding this to our adventure this afternoon”
Minotaur’s BargainForeword by Dragonlance & New York Times... [click here for more]
"...I enjoyed the story very much! I fell in love with Astarte..."
"...This was great! ..."
"...It was tres epic. Worth 24 hours for both books..." (Minotaur's Bargain & Minotaur's Betrayal)
Written by Josh Parry (JVC Parry) and Phil Beckwith (P.B. Publishing)
Minotaur’s Betrayal is the second adventure of The Minotaur Trilogy by P.B. Publishing. It is a Dungeons... [click here for more]
Blood on the Mountain is designed to be a very deadly adventure for 4-5 characters who are level 1. The players have been captured by an orc horde and are about to be sacrificed to their savage god. Will the players survive the daring escape or be burned alive in the fires of Gruumsh?... [click here for more]
Bizarre and often haunting creatures, molded are sometimes mistaken by the ignorant as ghosts or spectres due to their translucent bodies. In reality the molded are humanoid oozes created by an artifact out of normal, non-sentient oozes. Imbued with a base level of knowledge and skills by their manufacturer, most molded are used as magical test dummies and servants for their brief existences. But for... [click here for more]
This pamphlet includes new feats and weapons for 5e.
- 21 new feats
- 9 new martial weapons
- Option for "Masterwork" property on weapons.
As always, feedback is welcome and appreciated. Happy gaming!
v1.1 - Did some typo fixes. Corrected wording on the "Fleet of Foot" feat. ... [click here for more]
The Oath of Ruin is not structured as other oaths are, paladins of this oath regularly face each other on opposing sides, delighting in the challenge of a truly worthy foe. They crave conflict and the spenders of war, sometimes called warmongers and ragepriests. Never has a numerous force of these paladins ever gathered, the ego of each prevents them from taking orders for long, soon enough it becomes... [click here for more]