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Last week was TravellerCon/USA. If you enjoy Traveller and couldn’t make it this year, I hope you can join us next year. It is a fun time and glad to see everyone again. I have been ignoring Traveller lately, an oversight which I plan to correct starting today. Since I post a monster every Wednesday to this site, today I am posting a Traveller creature. In our first book, Creatures of Distant… Read More

As you are gearing up for Gen Con, getting ready the year pilgrimage to Indianapolis, I am sad to say that JBE will not be attending this year. That, however, does not mean that you should be sad because we just relaunched our Not Going to Gen Con Sale. This year, it is all about the print books. That’s right, this sale is on books you can hold in your two hands…. Read More

Its that time of year again, the Christmas in July Sale at DriveThruRPG. This year has a brand new twist to it: print. Get 15% off ALL of Jon Brazer Enterprises’ Print Books. Order the print version of these for under $10: The original Book of Beasts: Monsters of the River Nations (Pathfinder) Book of Heroic Races: Seedlings and Half-Faerie Dragons (Pathfinder) the 5-Star Shadowsfall: Temple of Orcus (Pathfinder) Mech Tech ‘n’… Read More

I’ve been thinking of adventures lately and this one just sprung up in my head. As such, I thought I would share it with you. The basic adventure is simple: the ship the players are on crash lands on a moon of a gas giant. The players survive but they need to make repairs if they are going to get back to civilization. Introduction The ship the players are on crashes on… Read More

Have you been eyeing up our Traveller RPG books for some time but been putting it for another day. Well wait no longer. Tomorrow starts our Star Wars Day Sale. Grab all the titles your¬†protocol droid has been talking nonstop about. At an R2 unit screaming 25% off, you can’t pass these up. ¬†Get the fastest hunk of junk on the sector with Mech Tech ‘n’ bot: Fighters and Small Ships or… Read More

For the whole month of January, Jon Brazer Enterprises is offering a 20% discount on the Creatures of Distant Worlds Compendium. Now you can get creatures from giant ants computerized zombies with stat blocks and descriptions on how to use them. You must use the discount code 12450 to get the 20% discount. Enhance your World Today with the Creatures of Distant Worlds!

The wait is over! The much anticipated Creatures of Distant Worlds Compendium 1 is now available for print pre-order from Jon Brazer Enterprises. Now you can get all the creatures you have been craving for your game in your hot little hands and waiting on your bookshelf. Packed with over fifty creature stat blocks in its 16 pages, you can find the right creature for the right moment. Each creature write up… Read More

On distant worlds in the deepest regions of space, unknown creatures await unwitting explorers. Close to home, devious politicians and gangsters lure native wild life to carry out their dirty work while maintaining denyability. On a frontier outpost, primitive life forms walk the uninhabited regions hoping claim the civilized place as their new home. Be prepared no matter where your players go. Be ready with the Creatures of Distant Worlds. Ants build,… Read More

Earlier today, Spiders went active. This means the first Creatures of Distant Worlds Subscription ends. When we at Jon Brazer Enterprises launched the Subscription we did not know how many, if anyone, would be interested in having creatures in their home Traveller game. Less than a month later we know that the creatures would be smash success. And we at Jon Brazer Enterprises would like to thank each of those initial subscribers…. Read More

Paskrin. I’d use a different word to describe them, but I’d have to censor myself. These things are trouble. They’re small and they chew. Anything. And Everything. They make your old college roommate’s pet rodent’s annoying behavior appear sweet. Feet? No. Tentacles? Yes. Relation to Cthulu? Somedays you’d think so. Trainable? Hells yes. Just hope they don’t chew their way through their cage and into your engine room.