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Stat Storage System

Posted: May 08, 2004

Tired of toting tons of troublesome texts to the table? The Arcanis Character Folio is a convenient compendium for keeping character compilations quickly catchable. Find facts fast!

Unspeakable Horror!

Posted: May 07, 2004

Literally, in this case. Whatever is terrorizing The Village of Oester in this d20 adventure leaves refugees unable to articulate any helpful information for the PCs to use. Of course, being PCs, you know they're just going to go charging in to attack the problem anyway, so why complicate matters with the facts?

Point Of No Return

Posted: May 06, 2004

Follow the storyline of the Babylon 5 series with The Point of No Return, the supplement for the third season: episode information, game mechanics for the death of personality, statistics for Shadow ships . . . This season is also the perfect time to take a closer look at the haughty, flamboyant Centauri Republic.

Psst! Behind You!

Posted: May 05, 2004

What's a fantasy game without a nefarious thief accompanying the brave and honest adventuring party for no apparent reason? If your ne'er-do-well is getting bored while the fighters and mages get the spotlight, try Player's Advantage: Rogue, a book full of new tips, tricks, and crunchy bits to make your thief really shine.

Origins Of The Powers

Posted: May 04, 2004

Every superhero has to start somewhere. If you've been having trouble getting into the swing of saving the world, try the Mutants & Masterminds Starter Pack. With three books and a GM's screen, it's better than a diseased animal bite for getting your superpowers going.

By The Fans, For The Fans

Posted: May 03, 2004

Nothing but good, solid crunchy gaming goodness: the EN World Player's Journal #4 brings another issue of articles from both fans and industry professionals for the d20 System, including supplemental materials for published fantasy settings like Morningstar.

Administrate Your Way To The Crown

Posted: May 02, 2004

The emperor has finally kicked the bucket, and now it's time for the civil war. Scramble your way to the ultimate prize as one of five different factions in Crown of the Emperor, an expandable card game of conquest, exploration, and good business sense.

Top 10 Catch-Up

Posted: May 01, 2004

Check out Warehouse 23's best selling items for February, March, and April on the Warehouse 23 Top 10 page.

Bundle Of Buccaneers

Posted: April 30, 2004

Filled with more piratey anarchy than you could hoist a Jolly Roger over, the Pirates of Freeport Bundle contains three Freeport books for less than they would cost put together. And when you're playing a pirate, it's in character to go for such a steal.

Lights. Cards. Action!

Posted: April 29, 2004

Action movies make for great eye candy, but they don't always do much to engage your brain. Try making the movie interactive! Film Frenzy: Action Movie Edition gives you cards to score points on all those over-used action movie cliches, in a game you can play while you watch.

In The Far Corner Of The Ring . . .

Posted: April 28, 2004

Add a new face to your BRAWL games with Ting Ting, a limited edition deck for the real-time fighting game. It's a preview of the Shadowfist series for the game, and includes her unique card, the Wild Block.

Xenovores From Outer Space

Posted: April 27, 2004

There are dinky skirmishes among the stars, and then there are full-blown military wars. Star Hero: Alien Wars is the latter, with a full-scale war between two species bent on each other's extinction. The xenovores want to eat the humans, the humans would rather not be eaten . . . No, they can't just all get along.

Wait, Where's The Door?

Posted: April 26, 2004

A haunted house sounds like a great place to waste a boring evening. But that's when its rooms and halls stay where they were put. Now that the very architecture is twisting around you, all that matters is who gets out the door first. Race your friends through The Haunting House, and hope you make it out alive.

Touch O' Evil

Posted: April 25, 2004

It's not much fun being a secret agent saving the world from the forces of evil when the forces of evil don't bother to show up; it's even worse when the forces of evil aren't a challenge. Save your Spycraft games from boredom with Most Wanted, a compilation of the nefarious, misguided, and just plain mean.

Chinatown Tales

Posted: April 24, 2004

It's three systems' worth of supers goodness in The Dragon's Gate, a Chinatown supplement for supers games. Take the NPCs, historical information, and plot hooks, and use them with Mutants & Masterminds, Hero System, or Action! System. More adventure seeds than you can shake a dragon at.