The cover shows a grim brute of a fighter, and sure enough, the pitch for Reaver is that it’s inspired by Robert E. Howard, Charles R. Saunders and Karl Edward Wagner but also says it’s less gonzo and more grim.
One of the techniques that Infinite Black uses to power its Kickstarters, which I’ve benefited from in the past for my pin badge collection, is merch.
The guide from Dmitry Nosovky, Je Shields, Dean Spencer et al tells of the fracture and the breaking of the veil between different worlds. The result is a gritty setting merging tech and magic.
There are 13 titles in the first tier with a shop value of $44. These are all DRM-free, so that you can import them into VTT software.
Green Ronin tells me that not only is N.K. Jemisim signing a few bookplates in a special tier but has been involved throughout the RPGs design.
I have no desire to publish new products for game lines that might be forced to disappear overnight.
The download has several images for the proposed ratings and a two-page explainer. It suggests games could be rated on violence, language, sexual content, drug and alcohol use, horror and mature themes.
There’s concerns Cepheus Engine publishers have a bleak future as and when Wizards of the Coast deauthorises the OGL.
There are different categories of characters represented in the cards, as well as their Roles, Personality, Motivations, Flaws and Intrigues. The combinations quickly add up and layer together to create all these variations.
The core rules are in OSRIC, and that’s usually free, available here to be handy and with $70 worth of downloads.