Category Archives: My Gaming Projects

Death Stalkers of ANtediluvia Made Copper!

Thank you everyone! Death Stalkers of Antediluvia made Copper on DrivethruRPG! It couldn’t be done without the good folks of the gaming community and of course the great work by Stellagama Publishing on Barbaric!

And remember. Hard copies are available on Lulu.

I’m still working on that adventure plus a setting toolkit with even more options. Thanks again!

Death Stalkers of Antediluvia is live

Hey everybody! It’s alive. My first supplement for Barbaric! It’s got optional character generation, combat, and magic rules. Plus there’s new Traits, Combat Moves, Spells, and Monsters. A POD version should be coming in a while but till then you can grab up the PDF on DrivethruRPG.

Yes, I’ve got “big” plans for this. There’s a couple of adventures and the setting book in the works. Plus there’s a couple more ideas bouncing around inside my head.

Death Stalkers of Antediluvia for Barbaric!

I was going to post this next week but things have coming together pretty darned quickly on this so I figured why not post about it now?

Let’s face it. Barbaric! has been come a new favorite for lots of folks, me included. There have been lots of posts in the blogosphere and slowly additional products are being added on DrivethruRPG. So it was pretty natural for me to throw my hat into the fray.

It’s no secret that I love pulpy action-packed sword & sorcery stuff and that’s the direction I’m going. Death Stalkers of Antediluvia has optional character generation, combat, and magic rules. I’ve tried to make these optional rules as modular as possible so GM’s can use some, none, or all of them. Plus, there’s new Traits, Combat Moves, Spells, and Monsters.

Astute readers will say, “Hey, didn’t you just do a game like that?” Yes, I did. While Death Stalkers does have some of the same monsters and spells, I really don’t intend it to be a conversion of Forgotten Tales. There are mechanics and options that are in Death Stalkers that aren’t in Forgotten Tales and vice versa. Each game has it’s own tone and feel based on their own game mechanics but they share a lot mainly when it comes to background.

The long term goal is that any adventures will have a version for Death Stalkers and a version for Forgotten Tales. The same goes for the planned setting book for the World of Antediluvia.

So stay tuned. This one should be coming out soon!