We are now looking for authors to continue our Broken Earth: Tales from the Great Lakes series. Find more details on our contact page.
We are excited to announce the release our newest roleplaying game: Magical Kitties Save the Day!
Danger lurks around every corner. Witches hide in the forest, waiting for human children to stray from the path. Aliens wear masks to look human and take over Earth from within. Children move to a new school where nobody wants to be their friends. The humans can’t save themselves. They don’t even notice the danger.
Good thing they have magical kitties.
Sneak Attack Press is holding it’s Christmas in July sale at RPGNow and DriveThruRPG.
Right now all our PDFs are 25% off, and print books are 15% off!
These deals only last through July 30th, however, so act quickly before they’re gone!
Why are we nicknamed the City of Bones?
People first started calling us that when the city’s founder killed the dragon Ignomia and used her bones to build the walls of Drakonheim. It took on new meaning after the Empire fell. The marble palaces became skeletal remains of a dead civilization. Now there is a third reason. The bones of the dead walk the street. Skeletons and zombies. Why don’t we fear them? We do, of course. But what choice do we have?
Drakonheim is a fantasy city full of intrigue and surrounded by dangers. Goblins dwell in the sewers, undead walk the streets, and aristocrats scheme for greater power. Hobgoblins ride across the northern planes, lizardfolk rule the southern swamps, and all manner of monsters hunt in the western mountains. Continue reading
We are slowly getting the site back up to speed. Today I got the downloads section back and running. This has free downloads for Abstract Dungeon, Broken Earth, and some adventures I created for the D&D 5e playtest: Heroes of Drakonheim.
Speaking of Drakonheim, ever since I wrote those adventure, I’ve had the setting bouncing around in the back of my brain. For those who haven’t looked at the adventure, its a medieval city living among the ruins of a great civilization. Goblins lurk in the sewers, necromancers walk the streets, and monsters creep closer every day.
I’ve decided I’m going to run a Kickstarter for a systemless setting book at some point in the near-ish future though I don’t know quite when yet. If that sounds interesting to you, you can sign up to get Kickstarter alerts.
Abstract Dungeon got a nice new review from Die Heart! The bottom line: “Abstract Dungeon clearly delivers on its promise of a fast and flexible system.”
Hello everybody. Sorry we were taken down for a few weeks there. We got hacked and I had to do a bit to get us back and running again.
This has also made me take a look at our website, and I’ve realized that it needs some updating, so look out for changes in the coming weeks!
Kronocalypse contains many of the standard tropes of mainstream fantasy RPGs. You’ve got elves and dwarves fighting against orcs and dragons. While I want to include these tropes to give players something familiar, I also want the setting to be more than just another version of Dungeons and Dragons.
As part of that I’ve looked to many other cultures beyond Western Europe for inspiration. I’ve already talked a little bit about that on the player side, with how the Faith is inspired by Shintoism and other Asian forms of animism. On the game master’s side, I’ve combed through other mythologies looking for possible monsters. Continue reading