The Thief & the Necromancer is the fourth game in The Wizard's Grimoire zine series. It's a complete, stand-alone game; you don't need any of the other issues to play it.
Though the omens chime of certain doom, there are those that seek these nodes for their own gain. Cults of all sizes rise and rally around the confluence of arcana found in these treasures, locations, and abominations.
Skylar Simmons on BlackBoxGames has backed 540 Kickstarters, and Monsters! is their second creation. It's just possible that karma is on BBG's side here.
There are 32 random tables in Campfire Catastrophe, 13 creatures and creeps and three scenarios.
Hidden in the mists of the Wilderwoods, just past the outskirts of the village, in the cracks and hollows, small souls lead profoundly simple lives, linked to the world by delicate threads of magic and happenstance.
Edinburgh-based (the best city) Stout Stoat has a Kickstarter "Project We Love" for ZineQuest.
Stuart Wilding is writing a 120-page book about hunting monsters professionally in the 19th century. The illustrations we've seen so far from Ruben Mocho and Byron Andreu look great.
Nyusha Iampolski works as an artist in an educational game company, wants you to feel better about yourself and is taking part in ZineQuest this year.
Last Sabbath is an early darling of this year's ZineQuest and offers a GM-less, rules-lite and coop RPG experience, and it's a solo game too.
Bloat Games are on Kickstarter for ZineQuest with a minimalist lo-fi tabletop RPG called War For The Wasteland. As common with ZineQuest, the campaign isn’t running for a whole month, and there’s now just over a week to get involved.…