Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Worlds of Fantasy: Chronicles of the Solar Empire

Did I never post about publishing a new product for Cortex Plus? Because that's totally a thing that happened. Have some text matter:

Chronicles of the Solar Empire brings players into a new world of fantasy for Cortex Plus Fantasy Heroic! This space opera setting blends fantasy and science-fiction to create a vivid world full of magitech, solar-powered ships, and mystical transhumans.

This is the first Worlds of Fantasy supplement for the Cortex Plus Fantasy Heroic system, and requires the use of the Cortex Plus Hacker's Guide from Margaret Weis Productions.

Check it out, exclusively on DTRPG!

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Exalted: Blood and Fire, version 2.1 update

The version 2.1 update for Exalted: Blood and Fire has been ready for quite a while, but I just kept forgetting to update it here. This version has updated and cleaned up text and rules, some new art, a lot of new examples, and generally a nicer version of the game overall. Enjoy!

Monday, August 24, 2015

One-Sheet: Down the Tubes

The second adventure Heroes of Terra, "Down the Tubes," is now available on DTRPG! In addition to a one-sheet which can serve as a standalone or a follow-up to "The Plumber's Dilemma," this adventure includes "Magic of the Terminus," a preview of the relics and magic items of Terra! Check it out!

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

One Sheet: The Plumber's Dilemma

The first one-sheet adventure for Heroes of Terra, "The Plumber's Dilemma," is now available on DriveThruRPG! And it's Pay What You Want! Check it out!

Monday, August 10, 2015

Heroes of Terra Player's Guide now available!

The Heroes of Terra Player's Guide (Rough Cut Edition) is now available on DriveThruRPG!

Welcome to Terra, a parallel world where magic lives and the dinosaurs never died out. Humans never evolved on Terra--instead, the world is dominated by floral life and saurians. Humans exist on Terra, however, drawn from the legendary world of Earth.

Heroes of Terra is a pulp-fantasy setting in the vein of classic sword-and-sorcery literature, with a world that pays homage to classic video games of the early 1980s. Think of it as "Conan the Barbarian," but the main character is a mustachioed Italian plumber instead of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Influences on the setting include Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda, Elric of Melniboné, Conan the Barbarian, John Carter of Mars, the Lankhmar novels, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Donkey Kong Country, and more, all thrown into a blender on high speed.

Jump higher, grow huge, and break open chests filled with gold coins and flowers that give you magic powers. Summon up your power, gather your wisdom, and find your courage. Terra needs heroes!

This player's guide is intended to serve as an introduction to the world of Heroes of Terra, an exciting new campaign setting for Savage Worlds. The art and layout in this guide are considered to be in "rough cut" format, a preview stage before the game goes to Kickstarter in winter 2015/2016. The final version of the Player's Guide will be made available for free to all customers who purchased the rough cut after it is finished.

And keep an eye out for the full setting book when it goes to Kickstarter, Heroes of Terra: The Mushroom War!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Fantasy Roleplaying: An Omnibus of Opponents

My first product for Cortex Plus, a Fantasy Heroic bestiary, just went live on DTRPG! Check it out, if you're so inclined.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Exalted: Blood and Fire updated (again)! Also, other things!

We're now up to version 1.3 of Exalted: Blood and Fire! This version adds Attributes, changes the Specialty list a bit, clarifies some unclear points, and generally clears up some mistakes that kept slipping through editing. There's also a single-page character sheet and a three-page character sheet.

If you like Cortex Plus, you should stop by RPG.net and check out the huge Fantasy Heroic Roleplaying bestiary thread I've been running. There are well over seventy monsters, new and classic, for the game in that thread now, and I've officially approached Margaret Weis Productions about a license to produce supplements for FHRP. Wish me luck! If you feel like it, drop a line to Christi at MWP to let her know that you'd like to see more of this sort of thing. ;-)