Author Archives: Cat Tobin

My Sanity Is False! Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Cthulhu

by Tony Williams (you can download a crib sheet here for this variant rule). Here is a suggested rule variant for Trail of Cthulhu to make the dance towards insanity more peripatetic. I wanted to bring the sense of teetering over the abyss of insanity more to the fore. One false step and your investigator would […]

Cassilda’s Song

The War of the Sisters STRANGER: Have you fashioned your masks? CAMILLA AND CASSILDA: Father, they shall not be masks for long. STRANGER: From what have you fashioned them? CAMILLA: From Rodrigo’s red flesh. CASSILDA: From my song of green joy. Cassilda’s Song, a massive scenario series for The Yellow King Roleplaying Game, spans all […]

October playtesting

Please email support@pelgranepress.com for instructions on how to take part in this playtest! Title: The Ocean Game System:Fear Itself Authors: Original material by Dave Allsop, developed by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan and Padraic Barrett Deadline for return of feedback: Tuesday, 6th December 2022 Number of sessions: 1-2 sessions per each of the four adventures Description: A campaign framework […]

Relics of the Flight of Izanagi

by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Kobayashi Eitaku Read the introductory post here. These items are inspired by a fictionalised retelling of the Shinto creation myth. In my own Dragon Empire, there is a large archipelago off the coast which is largely aesthetically inspired by Kamakura period Japan, where […]

Brought to Light

From the rotting rooftops of Sag Harbor to the glittering ballrooms of Alderhall, the city of Eversink welcomes you – assuming you can survive it! This collection features four one-shot adventures for Swords of the Serpentine, each designed to be played in four hours with pre-generated Heroes. Featured by Pelgrane Press at Gen Con and […]

13th Age 2e: More Info

We mentioned in our previous post that the key features of 13th Age 2e are as follows: Backwards compatible with ten years of support books. Better options for class talents, powers, and spells. Each class gets 2+ additional pages of new talents, feats, powers, and spells. Improved icon relationships. More flexible handling of kin/ancestry abilities […]

Fey Queen’s Holinesses

by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Aaron McConnell/Lee Moyer Read the introductory post here. The many pantheons of nymphs, spirits, gods and fey worshipped in the Elf Queen’s woods are varied, capricious, and undocumented, least by the elves themselves. They have no formal priesthood, and not even the Priestess […]

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