TWENTY-FOUR ACTION MOVIES EXPLODERobin D. Laws, game designer by day, cinema super-enthusiast by night, sets his analytic laser sights on action and thrills in a collection of essays sure to supercharge your tabletop roleplaying experience.
As the countdown ticks and the bullets fly, Robin takes you inside the workings of 24 action movies, from the stone cold... [click here for more]
Little Wilbur Whateley has a god. It's a big red god. Other folks have gods, too ... but Wilbur has the biggest, reddest god in Dunwich. Renowned Cthulhu Mythos aficionado Kenneth Hite retells H P Lovecraft's classic "The Dunwich Horror" in this story of childhood terror, with adorable* illustrations by Andy Hopp. Cliffourd the Big Red God features 32 pages of full-color... [click here for more]
Writer's Handbook at a Glance
Use the tools provided by the Once Upon a Time game to fuel your own fiction writing.
Requires a copy of Once Upon a Time to use.
Spin a Yarn: More about the Writer's Handbook
In Once Upon a Time, players work together to tell a tale based on the information on the cards in their hand. Use this game to jumpstart your... [click here for more]
From outside came the sounds of whirring propellers and rumbling engines. I looked through my window and saw an airplane standing perfectly still in front of my house. Renowned Mythos aficionado Ken Hite retells H P Lovecraft's "At the Mountains of Madness" in this parody of classic children's literature. Late one evening after the city has gone to sleep, young Danforth boards... [click here for more]
A Robin D. Laws novel.
Daring heroics, narrow escapes, passionate affairs ... these things just don't always come easily to a weak, wrinkled, arthritic mole rat like Drolen. Blessed, or perhaps cursed, by an unerring instinct for human politics, Drolen returns to a place of past regrets, the city of Orem, where he begins to groom young Nua to claim the throne left open by her father's untimely... [click here for more]
"The Deep Ones croaked their terrible croaks and smacked their terrible lips and rolled their terrible eyes and waved their terrible flippers"
Renowned Mythos aficionado Ken Hite retells H P Lovecraft's "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" in this parody of classic children's literature.
After greedily yelling for more fish, young Bobby is sent to his bedroom without any supper at all.... [click here for more]