Commoners, you see them everywhere. That’s why they are called commoners, after all. There is not much to say about the humble Commoner, other than he is humble and fairly common. They do blend into the background, don’t they? They form the vast majority of people, do most of the work, and yet if they were of any importance, they would by definition no longer be a Commoner. How curious. Combat 30 Social 30 Explore 30 Mental 30 P. Wounds 3 M. Wounds 3 Perk: Mule: Double the weight and amount of gear, equipment and other items that you can carry on your person, and that you can push and pull.
Every culture has its amulets, totems and symbols that ward off evil and provide good luck. None are so ubiquitous, however, as the humble rabbit’s foot. As ever-present as the rabbit’s foot is, not all feet are made equal. Most only provide luck in the form of confidence on their owner’s part. To make a rabbit’s foot lucky requires a fair amount of work and, ironically enough, bad luck. The circumstances around the “acquisition” of the rabbit’s foot are what makes it lucky. The more nefarious these circumstances, the luckier the totem will be as it will absorb all the bad luck, leaving nothing but good luck for its wearer. The
Werecreatures are men cursed with a terrible fate: to turn into a man-beast when they lose control of their emotions, or during some mystical and preordained times. For those lucky few, they learn to spot the cues for when they are about to transform and move far away from their loved ones. For the unlucky, they leave a bloody trail in their wake as they flee towards the dark places in the world. Werecreatures can take any form. Some become wolfmen, others manbears, and still others become degenerate ratlings or freakish manbats. Some believe that the beast the man becomes is based on what darkness lies within his heart, while other
The world of the supernatural is a frightening place, filled with monsters, magi and marvels that make the mind mad. Ever since discovering this area of power and horror, man has searched for a way to protect himself against it. However, the cure is often more toxic than the poison. The Pariah Peridot is a gemstone the size of a thumbnail that can fit into any piece of jewellery. Whoever wears the Peridot becomes immune to magical mayhem. What can be better? Unfortunately, the negation effects of the Peridot work not only on external magic, but also on that greatest of internal supernatural phenomena: the human soul. The longer you wear
Young Dragons are at the peak of their lives; young enough to have the energy and enthusiasm to take on any challenge and tackle any foe, and quick enough to flee should their prey be bigger than expected. Unfortunately for these young dragons, this is the time in their lives when they are most often hunted. They are already larger than a horse, yet not too large to carry back home. They are strong enough to make a boy a man, yet not too powerful to incinerate a company. When a dragon has just reached maturity is when it is most threatened by dragon hunters… not that most dragon hunters ever