Two armies are about to clash. Thor, surrounded by crackling lighting, leads the assault of a horde of viking berserkers. Preparing to receive this charge stands a wall of grim-faced, determined Spartan hoplites, commanded by Ares. In the stormy sky above, a Valkyrie breaks through a flock of Harpies. Gods lead men by their powers, while at the same time men give power to the gods by their faith in... [click here for more]
Dux Bellorum is an Arthurian-era Dark Age wargame, set in the period from the mid-4th century AD to the end of the 8th century AD: a time when new kingdoms were being forged in the British Isles and a time when battle was commonplace.
These rules use individual stands as the basic playing pieces; this means that individual casualties are not removed from units and the number of miniatures you own... [click here for more]
With this skirmish game, players can recreate scenes from Hong Kong action cinema such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Hard Boiled, or Enter the Dragon, or from such western movies as Kill Bill or Big Trouble in Little China. A Fistful of Kung Fu is set in a modern world walking a precarious line between the technological advances of next-generation technology and the tradition and mysticism of... [click here for more]
On the Seven Seas is a set of wargames rules covering the high adventure and low morals of the world of the pirate. The rules cover licensed privateers such as da Gama and Drake, ruthless pirates of the Spanish Main, Blackbeard, the Barbary corsairs, the wako of the Far East, not to mention the anti-pirate squadrons, Spanish garrisons and native warriors from around the world that found themselves... [click here for more]
Greetings Fellow Gamers, Welcome to the N.G.o.M. (New Gods of Mankind) basic rule system for Gods, Armies, and Tribes. This system allows for gods and armies to be added seamlessly to your gameplay, expanding your story, and giving a tribe for your heroes to belong to. In New Gods of Mankind, you will create a character—a deity—and play out the god’s actions and responses to a setting... [click here for more]