Your gods give you strength! You may be a Cleric, upholding your deity's ideals and caring for your flock - or perhaps you are a Paladin, upholding divine justice! Keeping the Faith presents a new Cleric Domain - the Domain of Theurgy, and a new Paladin Oath - the Oath of Pilgrimage.
But why should Clerics and Paladins be the only classes with religious convictions? A new College for Bards, the... [click here for more]
Bards are often thought of as the tricksters and jokesters of a party, and they very much can be. Some Bards rise above the rest in their keen wit and biting humor. Become a Bard of the College of Humor to follow that path and learn to levy mockery as the ultimate weapon!
Background assembled from art included in Arcana Game's Creator's Parchment Paper Background Kit. ... [click here for more]
Sticking to the traditions of Keeping the Faith, Vol 1 and Keeping the Faith, Vol 2, Keeping the Faith, Vol 3 - Even More Options for Religious Heroes presents new options for the Cleric and Paladin, as well as for two other classes - this time the Monk and Wizard get divine treatments! As usual, a new Feat and Background are also included.
Take the Domain of Charity as a Cleric to spread your deity's... [click here for more]
Can you bear it? "Ursine" is a new PC race of intelligent, bipedal bears. Also included is a new Primal Path practiced by Ursine barbarians (barbearians? No apologies!), but can be taken by any race. ... [click here for more]
The first volume of Keeping the Faith presented options both for classes already serving deities, clerics and paladins, but also options for other classes to serve deities. This volume keeps the tradition going with the new Love Domain for Clerics, the Oath of the Hospitaller for Paladins, and options for two other classes: the Zealous Rage path for Barbarians, and the Holy Knight archetype for the... [click here for more]
Not quite complete (but free!) rules for playing an artificial intelligence, meant mostly for science fantasy or fantasy/science-fiction mesh games. The Embedded System, while it tries to be balanced, may still be best as an NPC class, unless additional subroutines are developed. (Part of the reason this supplement is free - feel free to suggest additions!)
Laid out lovelying with the Homebrewery... [click here for more]
Your dungeon probably has tables in it, particularly given a broad enough definition of 'dungeon'. Your players are likely to bother you about exact details of any item you put in to make your scenery realistic and look lived-in. What do you do when you need a random table? You roll on the random table of tables!
This free tongue-in-cheek product may inspire you, but hopefully at least gives you a... [click here for more]