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Posted by Charles Rice on 2009-08-20
World of Arrkara is an old-school, "sandbox" style fantasy setting for the OSRIC system.

The first in a series, the Gazetteer of the Known World provides an overview of the world, its gods, customs and social hierarchies.

It includes three full pantheons of deities, new rules for making the clerics of one deity different from those of another deity, rules for social class, and a new class, the Crusader.

The Gazetteer also includes four new variant classes: the Anti-Paladin, the Bounty Hunter, the Hunter and the Poacher. Variant classes take an existing class and modify it just enough to give it a new feel.

You can buy World of Arkara now from RPGOBjects!

Posted by Chris Davis on 2009-04-13
We'll be releasing a complete d20 based RPG this Friday: Two Worlds. This is an RPG adaption of the computer game Chuck and I did for the collectors edition. We've been giving permission to release it Friday.

Posted by Chris Davis on 2008-11-03
The second installment of John Simcoe's Cities of Fantasy series, Racial Neighborhoods, is now on sale.

In Cities of Fantasy Volume 2: Racial Neighborhoods, five distinct neighborhoods are described, each based on a key fantasy role-playing game race.

Posted by Chris Davis on 2008-09-17
I'm pleased to announce a new fantasy RPG series from John Simcoe, Cities of Fantasy. Cities of Fantasy is framed in 3.5e rules, but is rules-free enough (and inexpensive enough) to be suitable for any fantasy role-playing game.

The Gravediggers' Guild is Volume One in the new Cities of Fantasy series, a guidebook to help Game Masters flesh out their campaign world and Players develop intriguing backgrounds. GMs get a thorough manual for setting a grand conspiracy in motion. Players will find a multi-layered organization that they can join or oppose depending on their character's disposition.

John Simcoe has worked on RPGObjects' popular GM Mastery series and is the creator of three Paizo-era Dungeon adventures and has written for EN Publishing and West End Games.