We are very excited to announce that we have officially partnered with the community built INVESTIGATOR system on Foundry! Just like the 13th Age system, we will be working with the current developers to continue to improve the system over time. They’ve done incredible work, and we really appreciate the time and love that they’ve […]
by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Lee Moyer & Aaron McConnell Read the introductory post here. In the much anticipated Second Edition of 13th Age we can expect to see a few changes to magic items. For the 13th and final article in this series, we explore a magic […]
In the latest episode of their low-arsenic podcast, Ken and Robin talk streaming’s impact on GM practice, a poisonous portrait book, early 80s SF cinema, and Nicholas Hawksmoor aka the Devil’s Architect.
In the latest episode of their delicious, rippled podcast, Ken and Robin talk mystery cult campaign frames, ice cream confusion, late 70s early 80s SF film, and conspiracists vs the 15 minute city.
by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Aaron McConnell Read the introductory post here. At the beginning of time, the five Great Metallic Wyrms banded together to anoint a mortal as a champion and ambassador to the region that would come to be known as the Dragon Empire. This hero […]
In the latest episode of their blurry, mysteriously produced podcast, Ken and Robin talk bluebook-heavy games, the last cavalry charge, the big turn in 70s SF cinema, and psychic photographer Ted Serios.
Uqbar Formerly military, currently militant History Uqbar’s lifeless – for the most part. Some of the planet’s spectacular ravines have been roofed over and pressurised, creating a few habitable zones. The planet’s atmosphere is thin and unbreathable – it’s mostly argon – and lights up with astounding flares and aurorae as radiation from the collapsed […]
In the latest episode of their easily divisible podcast, Ken and Robin talk self-referential roleplaying, mid 70s SF film, guerrilla game marketing in a time of social media decay, and time machining us into base 12 mathematics.
Themis Prime Heavily Populated, Bitterly Divided History Many worlds can support life; few allow it to thrive. Themis Prime was one of the rare eden of the Bleed, a world with a biosphere requiring only minor tweaks compatible with most of the major Combine species. Humans, Balla and Tavak all settled on this world, united […]
In the latest episode of their highly portable podcast, Ken and Robin talk moveable F20 fights, SF films of the 70s malaise, the Mystery Flesh Pit National Park RPG, and a syncretic Brazilian UFO religion.