Mike Myler is a freelancing RPG goblin (or goblin that freelances for RPGs?) and the editor for the excellent EN5ider Patreon. You can also find his marks in the N.O.W. book for the What's Old Is New RPG and on www.mikemyler.com (which has the neatest collection of free content around).
EN5ider is getting into broken criticals today—broken weapons that is! Whether you're keen for a more realistic game or to bring a little destructive excitement to the table today's entry will fit the bill.
We’ve got a double dose of adventure this week at EN5ider! In addition to the usual dose of the ZEITGEIST Adventure Path there’s a new type of article with Tiger Eyes—a supplemental mini-adventure built for inclusion into an already on-going campaign!
Today on EN5ider we take on the abstraction of hit points with a new optional rule: Vitality! Get the adventurers more invested in combat by diversifying the effects different types of damage have on the game with Bullet Wounds and Battle Scars.
Great Old One or Outer God? That’s not what we’re determining here with the Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young and instead I’ve conjured some statistics for the dubiously named Shub-Niggurath!
EN5ider's Enchanted Trinkets series is back with 20 of the most fashionable and flavorful minor magic items this side of the wizard's tower! Check out Arcane Apparel for a healthy batch of items to reward parties with that GMs won't regret down the road.
EN5ider is getting positively barbaric with today's article--Intriguing Organizations: Tribe of Nar'Adsch! These barbarians are the descendants of a once great kingdom shattered by the doings of a warlock and they have sworn themselves against all things infernal, completely obsessed with destroying devils and demons wherever they might be found.
This week on EN5ider we take a look at how to manage PC interactions with organizations in a campaign setting when a faction isn't central to the story. When the rogue has curried favor with the thieves' guild or the paladin declared them heretics use Organization Dice to rapidly figure out consequences!