The hardcover version of The Bone Age is finally available! Please take a look if the idea of playing a neolithic character fighting off alien invaders on a scorching hot planet sounds like your kind of jam.
I would like to see a Pathfinder Essentials as an alternative to PF2 that could work with it the same way 4e Essentials worked with core 4e. When the 1e Beginner Box came out, I wanted to see a version that went to level 20. It was a cleaner version of PF core. PF2 is a great game but messy. I...
Interesting. I'm curious as to how the ruleset will handle classes, given that they are such an integral part of PF and that SW really doesn't have them (in the traditional sense; they do have Profession Edges which give skill bonuses).
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The Ape-Turtles didn't plan on three flying saucers crashing into the planet.
The Bone Age is an old-school RPG of neolithic-era tribes struggling against the sudden arrival of bug-eyed aliens. You play a Tuzanian, a tribe of jungle-dwelling...
I really like this idea in general. It would play very well with a Lord of the Rings campaign, where most of the characters aren't wearing armor (only Gimli and Frodo are said to wear any, while Boromir had a shield).
I need your opinions! My Kickstarter campaign ends Tuesday morning. I'm considering running another one for a 5e version, but don't know if this gonzo style would be of interest to 5e players. If you have the time, would you take a look and tell me if you think a 5e version would fly?
Ha, thanks! I am considering creating a 5e version of it for the remainder of Zine Month, but I'm worried it might cause confusion having back-to-back campaigns for the same milieu. Maybe I'll have to rename it.
Sword & sorcery is a subgenre of fantasy typified by Conan, Elric, Fafhrd & the Gray Mouser, etc. With the exception of Primeval Thule and the World of Xoth, I'm unaware of any 5e-derived sword & sorcery products. Are there any more? Specifically, S&S game books that include the rules, rather...