Runes of Power just got a neat new update to add in some extra character creation options and 5 new Perks and Quirks that will help you customise your spellcaster even more, and it will add in a new element to using magic: corruption. With the corruption quirks, failing spellcasting checks can now mutate and transform your body in horrific ways. We also put in 4 character archetypes, so that you can quickly jump into any game with a pre-made character that has all his skills, perks, quirks and equipment sorted. You can grab Runes of Power on ITCH, or at DRIVETRURPG.
Hunter Corps has been updated to v1.1 with a bunch of changes, additions and fixes to make it even a more awesome game than before. To celebrate the new version, and the one month anniversary of Hunter Corps’ release, it’s on sale for 20% off for the next two weeks. So get in while the sale lasts to get your hands on Hunter Corps. You can grab it HERE from DriveThruRPG, or HERE from itch.io.
The Runed Age grand update is finally complete and Runed Age 1.5 is now available from DriveThruRPG by clicking on the banner above. There’s a lot of new things in the book, a few things removed, and quite a bit changed as well, so if you’ve already purchased it, have a good look through it to see what’s new. What we’ve done is taken all the lessons we’ve learned from Z-LAND and the Sigil System and included it in Runed Age. The Runed Age was the first game we ever made, so it just seemed fitting to make sure it’s as up to date as possible. So you’ll find the new
Whether you’re stuck in a lockdown or social distancing, or you don’t have a game coming up soon and you need to scratch that RPG itch, you can always play an RPG singleplayer. In this series we’ll be taking you through how to play the Sigil System as a singleplayer-RPG, and last time we gave you the basics and the two golden rules. This time we’re talking about NPCs and how to give them some flavour. Friends & Strangers This post will be all about how to add some randomisation to NPCs in order to keep them unique and surprising to you as the player (while simultaneously being the GM). Remember
During this time of lockdowns and isolation, it can be incredibly difficult to get a group of friends together to play a good day’s worth of tabletop RPGs. This is where singleplayer-RPGs can help you get that RPG fix when you can’t make it to a game cause you’re stuck at home, and the Sigil System super simple to turn into a singleplayer-RPG. Over the next few blog posts, we’ll cover some tips, tricks and tools to make playing the Sigil System by yourself easier, but today we’re covering the two golden rules of a singleplayer Sigil game. Rule 1: The Uncertainty Principle Playing by yourself means you’ll need to take