Evil denizens of the depths: the sahuagin. The sahuagin are known by many names. Some call them the Devil Men of the Deep; to others, they are simply the Sea Devils. This deadly race of aquatic beings has remained a mystery to surfacedwellers - until now. This fully illustrated 96-page accessory details the highly organized structure of sahuagin society, offers insight into the workings of the predatory... [click here for more]
Revisit the works of Mystic Eye Games with Samurai Sheepdog as we bring back popular adventures from the past like Bluffside: City on the Edge!
Want to visit a massive city, full of adventure, highly detailed locations, and stats for just about any NPC you can think of? This product offers 176 pages doing exactly that! Even better, most of the information is still just as useful with some modification... [click here for more]
"When the storm comes in with its teeth, teeth, teeth..." Black clouds build on the horizon with supernatural swiftness as the light of day drains away like a guttering candle. As the wind screams and sea spray blinds the eyes, the masts splinter and the deck heels over, a plaything of the storm. A nightmare shark hunts the murky ocean for all that succumb to the hammer of the winds. Can anyone... [click here for more]
The battle for Jakandor is joined as two cultures clash--fierce barbarians and powerful wizards who both believe their destiny is to destroy the other! In such struggles legends are forged!
Jakandor, Land of Legend brings the epic struggle of the Jakandor ODYSSEY trilogy to its startling climax. The Knorr and the Charonti are embroiled in a blood feud to claim ownership of their island home: Here... [click here for more]
On a rugged island filled wit unnatural dangers, fierce and proud barbarians must fight for their lives. The barbarians who call themselves the Knorr, driven from their homeland, wanted nothing but freedom and an honorable existence when they landed on the shores of Jakandor.
What they found was an island occupied by despicable wielders of vile magic - the Broken People, as the Knorr call them, who... [click here for more]