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Last year we started our Guide to series with the Guide to Mini-Bosses and Guide to Minions. Today we are continuing the series with the Guide to Evil Organizations. Lets call our evil organization “Evil, Inc.” This doesn’t have to be a corporation; this works equally well for a dark religion, cruel governments and the like. Understanding how such groups operate will make your portrayal of them more believable and realistic. So… Read More

We all want to see ourselves as Luke Skywalker, Wedge Antilles, or Poe Dameron flying in epic space battles shooting down enemy TIE fighters while the fate of the galaxy is on the line. However, it is really hard to do so when you have a blank background. That is the exact reason why I created the Star Battles line. This gives you asteroid fields to fly through, space stations to defend,… Read More

Last week, I couldn’t sleep and made a chariot for Traveller. A few days later, I couldn’t sleep again and decided to make a carriage. I still think Animal (riding) or Athletics (endurance) should be the skill to drive these. Be sure to support us by downloading our Traveller books exclusively at DriveThruRPG. Name Beast-Drawn Carriage TL 1 Skill Drive (wheel) Agility -1 Speed (Cruise) Very Slow (Idle) Range (Cruise) Pulling creature… Read More

Right now, it is the middle of the night and I can’t sleep. Earlier in the day, I was wondering about vehicles for low-tech worlds. Sure there aren’t many worlds in the OTU that are tech level 1-3, but there are some and there are like 3 vehicles for them in the Vehicle Handbook. So while I can’t sleep, I figured I’d make an uncomplicated one for you. Here’s a nice chariot… Read More

With COVID still going on in the US with no end in sight, I am wondering how Traveller gamers are getting their fix of our favorite sci-fi game. Vote in the poll below and help us better make products for you. If you do play over Fantasy Grounds, be sure to pick up the d66 Compendium for the system. This book of tables is perfect for a virtual tabletop, having tables programmed… Read More

We hope you are enjoying our series of Alternate Icons for 13th Age. If you haven’t yet, read the previous entries in the series: the Usurper, Deposed Heir, Fleshcrafter, Herald, Wandering Spirit Guild Mistress, the Mother, and the Tinkerer. Returning to the cities, we introduce the Beggar Queen, the equal and opposite of the Shadow Prince. The Beggar Queen rules over those forgotten by the wealthy and the population at large. Beggars… Read More

When you’ve been around as long as JBE has, you look at your older work and can be proud of what you did for your level of experience but can’t help but see how you can do things better. Creatures of Distant Worlds is a prime example of this. The MGT 1e version of the book was a solid monster book, but it was a struggle to produce even that little book… Read More

All year long we are releasing alternate icons for 13th Age. Read previous entries in the series: the Usurper, Deposed Heir, Fleshcrafter, Herald, Wandering Spirit Guild Mistress, and the Mother. This month we delve into one of the racial powers of the world as we talk about the Tinkerer, the equal and opposite of the Dwarf King. The Tinkerer is the champion of science and technology. With his natural gnomish curiosity, he… Read More

Always Keep Your Spells Ready and a Trick Up Your Sleeve Play the character you have always wanted in the 13th Age. These new class options for the Cleric, Fighter, Rogue, and Wizard classes are just what you need to bring down the toughest monsters and make your game worthy of the best stories for years to come. Strike fear into the hearts of your enemies and win the day like never… Read More

As I have discussed elsewhere, I am working on the Solomani Worlds for Traveller. Since then, I was asked if a group of people trying to eek out a living at the edge of the law was possible there considering that so much of the sector is under heavy-handed, represive Imperial puppet governments. My instinct was to answer yes, citing a number of problems in the region. But my mind kept working… Read More