"The world is vast and varied, comprising towering mountains, dense jungles, and sprawling seas. There are regions so cold that their snow never melts, others so hot that their rain turns to steam as it touches the ground. "It is this variety of environments that accounts for the variety of life. In my travels I have noted 73 distinct types of pine trees?I estimate the number of fishes... [click here for more]
Rules for large-scale miniatures battles based on the game Dungeons & Dragons.
"Swords & Spells" (1976), by Gary Gygax with Dave Arneson & Rob Kuntz, is supplement for OD&D. It was published in August 1976.
Origins (I): A Fifth Supplement. "Swords & Spells" is the fifth supplement for OD&D, published in... [click here for more]
Explore a savage, wondrous world.
Aimed at players and Dungeon Masters, this game supplement explores the heroes and wonders of Athas—a savage desert world abandoned by the gods and ruled by terrible sorcerer-kings. Use it to build Dark Sun heroes and thrilling D&D adventures set in the Seven Cities of the Tyr Region, the Ivory Triangle, the Sea of Silt, and monster-infested... [click here for more]
A Domain of Dread
A night of eternal terror. A world ruled by fear and horror. Vampires who rule the night. Shapeshifters who prowl the forests. Eldritch ghouls and undead skeletons who prey upon a fearful populace. If ever a world needed heroes, it is the world of Ravenloft.
A World of Gothic Adventure
The Ravenloft setting takes one of the classic roleplaying... [click here for more]
THE KNOWN WORLD: IT ISN'T FLAT, BUT IT IS HOLLOW. Within the sphere of the Know World is another world, the Hollow World. There your characters will meet ancient Nithians, long disappeared from the surface world and thought extinct: Blacklore Elves, living in a magical valley and served by automatons-devices that take care of everything, from serving their food to trimming their grass: Azcans, terrifying,... [click here for more]
Here within the walls of the Great Library of Palanthas, you will find a treasure trove of information on the world of Krynn and its inhabitants. Visitors to that enchanted realms have left us with records of their journeys. Feel free to browse through them at your leisure. You may not take the scrolls with you, but the monks will be happy to copy any for your use. Please put in your request at... [click here for more]