Derby Day and Beastmen

Quickstart Adventure for Ghosts of Albion

ES-GA-Derby-DayEden Studios [visit their website here] has released a new quickstart adventure for their Victorian fantasy horror RPG Ghosts of Albion – Derby Day. Written by Amber Benson, Christopher Golden, Timothy S. Brannan, and Garner Johnson, it’s available as a free download from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Derby Day – Ghosts of Albion Quickstart

Derby Day is an adventure for the Original Cast, known to those who have visited the BBC Ghosts of Albion site: Tamara, William, Nigel, and the three ghosts.

This material includes background and period information to get players into the setting and the concerns of the times. They can learn about the different horses, notice the betting establishments and the extensive preparations for lunch, interact with others revellers, and discuss matters of recent concern—all the while trying to ferret out the supernatural threat. Several fights will occur, both magical and physical, and plenty of chances for roleplaying with various Director-played Supporting Cast Members will arise.

Add Some Beastmen to your AGE Adventures

GRP-AGE-Bestiary-BeastmenGreen Ronin Publishing [visit their website here] has released a new AGE Bestiary fantasy supplement, compatible with Dragon Age and any AGE-powered game, featuring Beastmen. Written by Jack Norris, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: AGE Bestiary: Beastmen

Strange mixtures of animal and beast, the idea of the bestial humanoid who combines human cunning and animal ferocity can be found in numerous cultures and entertainment media. From heroic half-animal men to hungry tribes of man killing beasts, they can be a serious threat or unusual ally to many adventurers. Includes cute and furry and dangerous beastmen, centaurs, fish men, minotaurs, and reptile men, and rules for cursed and tribal beastmen.

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