Operation: Marshal Law for ICONS details the US Marshal Service program to integrate super-powered beings as law enforcement officers.
Bite Me! Skindancers presents a non-lycanthrope shapeshifting race with thematic and historical ties to lycanthropes for your Pathfinder game, designed by two-time Ennie-nominee, Robert H. Hudson, Jr. Superficially similar to lycanthropes in that they can turn into animals, skindancers lack the bestial rages and curse of afflicted lycanthropes, and the mystic resilience to injury and vulnerability to silver inherent to lycanthropes, trading them for unique abilities all their own.
Share on Tumblr Morgan Boehringer and Christos Gurd are set to write Strange Brew: War Witches and Hexmavens as a stretch goal for Strange Brew: The Ultimate Witch and Warlock by Timothy Brannan, a Pathfinder and Castles & Crusades project that Misfit Christina launched. Morgan Boehringer on Witches & Warlocks When I talked with Christina about coming aboard with Tim … Read More
Share on TumblrBetter Mousetrap Art is Rolling In Better Mousetrap is on track, and the new art by Eric Lofgren continues to come in and, once it’s all in hand, the new version of the Better Mousetrap book will head into layout. To the right is just one example of the new artwork Eric has already turned in for Better … Read More
This stock art piece from Earl Geier depicts a … rural … looking gent perhaps best described as the axe man. He can be used to depict a simple farmer innocently enough, or the mystery of what may be within his bucket (and hiding behind his eyes) can be played upon to use this image to portray a violent killer.