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
The Broken Earth Player’s Guides are almost complete, and we’re starting to get art in. We’ve just gotten the new Savage Worlds cover and in my humble opinion it looks great!
In this preview of Broken Earth, we visit Wright Town, another community from which player characters might originate. As the PCs try to establish their own settlement, Wright Town and the Wright family may serve as potential allies or bitter rivals.
This preview of Broken Earth contains spoilers! In it we meet the first “boss” that the PCs fight in the adventure, a merciless slaver named Mr. Fix It.
The third preview for Broken Earth is now available for download. It introduces one of the new races presented in the Player’s Guide, a mutant branch on humanity’s family tree, know as the freaks.
Another week, another Broken Earth preview. This week we meet one of the terrible mutant creatures that PCs are likely to encounter in the post-apocalyptic setting.
We’ve just upload the first preview for for Broken Earth. In it we take a look at the Iron Shelter, one of the small communities dotting the post-apocalyptic landscape from which the PCs might originate.
We are excited to launch the Kickstarter Campaign for our latest project, Broken Earth. You can read more about it on the Kickstarter page, or just check out the video!
We’re close to releasing our second Super-Powered by M&M book (look for it next week). In the meantime check out our cover.
As part of our stretch goals for Alternate Objectives, we;ll be able to add new art to Terrain Toolbox (and create a Pathfinder conversion). The update will hopefully be available in early July. Until then, here’s a sneak peak at some of our the new art that we commissioned.