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Apothecary

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An alternate class for the Bard.

 

Aurora's Whole Realms Spring Catalogue

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Welcome to the greatest shop in the multiverse and Auroras Spring Catalogue!

 

Madness Cards (PFRPG2e)

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As sanity slips away, draw Madness Cards to decide your character's mental affliction.

   

Phoenixes of the Realms

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Includes 7 phoenix subspecies, player options, and magical phoenix feathers.

 

Aurora's Whole Realms Christmas Catalogue

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Celebrating the festive day known in some crystal spheres as Christmas!

 

Undersea Sourcebook: Feats & Equipment

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Ocean themed feats & equipment for your D&D campaign.

  

Lightning Bruiser: Shocking Feral Brute Barbarian Path

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Gain control over lightning as the Lord of Electricity, with the Lightning Bruiser Barbarian Path for D&D.

 

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Game Prototypes: We Play and Make Games

Rusty Blade  

Old time dungeon grinder goes back for a final showdown.

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Breakout  

Classic brick breaking action.

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Mix Max Dress Up  

Get Max ready for success... or piracy...

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Dark Lily  

A little Visual Novel

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Rocket-Pig  

Probably the most random game we ever made. It's about bacon.

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Ping Pong  

It'll drive you batty!

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Dying Sands  

It's no secret, we love adventure games.

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Web Cam Test  

A wierd little app for scaring little sisters.

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Dagger Lords  

Rule the streets in this Dickensian fantasy skirmish wargame.

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D4 Dungeon  

Control a party of D4s on a quest through a dangerous dungeon.

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Horde  

A zombie boardgame, without dice.

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Outrun  

Synthwave action, with cards?

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Flash #5: Speed McGee (October ‘87): #CritFail - Posted 15 September 2021

Flash #5: Speed McGee (October ‘87), by Baron, Guice, and Torrance. Let’s take a peek. You can find our look at Flash #2 here on the Rising Phoenix Games blog. Here we get to a well-known issue with older DC comics. The Good The comic opens on a scene of graphic domestic abuse, then goes … Continue reading Flash #5: Speed McGee (October ‘87): #CritFail

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Dakka-Mart, our Gretchin Gun Shop — MM 49 - Posted 13 September 2021

It’s Mini Monday, with customizing, scratch building, kitbashing, and miniature painting projects for your roleplaying and tabletop gaming. This week we’re building Dakka-Mart, our Gretchin Gun Shop. The trash speaks to me. It tells me to make things. Inconceivable things of waste and scrap. It’s all very Orky. The Gretchin Gun Shop uses a bit … Continue reading Dakka-Mart, our Gretchin Gun Shop — MM 49

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Flash #2 (July ’87) Savage Showdown - Posted 11 September 2021

Flash #2: Savage Showdown (July ’87), written by Mike Baron, pencils by Jackson Guice, inker Larry Mahlstedt, letterer Steve Haynie, Carl Gafford on colors, and Mike Gold editing. Let’s take a look. I’m a die-hard Marvel fan, but I was wondering about the Flash and gave this a read. I have a few more of … Continue reading Flash #2 (July ’87) Savage Showdown

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Why RPG Settings are Built Like Theme Parks - Posted 7 September 2021

Take a look at your favourite RPG setting and you’ll find odd similarities with theme parks. These settings can easily kill your group’s story if you’re not careful. Here’s why theme park settings are so popular,  their inherent pitfalls, and some ideas on how to fix them. Why RPG Settings Feel Like Theme Parks RPG … Continue reading Why RPG Settings are Built Like Theme Parks

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Why You Absolutely Must Play Pathfinder 2nd Ed. - Posted 3 September 2021

Pathfinder Second Edition has been around for a while now, and if you’re still finding excuses not to try out the system then let me tell you why you absolutely must play Pathfinder Second Edition. Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 was a great system. The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (good old 1st ed) was also a great … Continue reading Why You Absolutely Must Play Pathfinder 2nd Ed.

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