DTRPG has another big sale going on - the Best of Under $5 Sale.
It includes almost all of my books - and when you buy my books you can always buy an entire bundle later on if you like them.
If you're curious, here are some kind words I've read today, from Chuck Thorin (They Might Be Gazebos!):
Now, I haven’t purchased every single title but there’s a group that I have purchased many of and that’s the Dark Fantasy supplements. These are short, low-cost, system-neutral PDF’s. I’ve grabbed up Dark Fantasy Settings, Dark Fantasy Places, Dark Fantasy Religion, and Dark Fantasy Magic. Each one contains a whole series of random tables for a GM to use as inspiration for creating a Dark Fantasy or even a Weird Fantasy campaign or adventure. For me personally, these are the best kind of supplements. They don’t spell everything out for a GM but inspire to bring in whatever weird thing they want. And as I said, they could used for just plain old inspiration. Each PDF is only about 12 pages. Long enough to cover the subject but not overly detailed. These PDF’s give you just what need to get the job done.
Some of his books are also on sale, BTW!
Fifth Edition deals
If you're into 5e stuff, you might enjoy Manual of Arms:Weapons and Armor & Shields.
Other than my own stuff, I'd recommend The Chapel on the Cliffs, one of the best 5e adventures I ever ran.
Ancestry & Culture has an interesting take on 5e races, making it more meaningful than Tasha's but not as strict as the usual rules.
If you like minimalist 5e, Into the Unknown is a slightly simplified version of 5e with some Basic (Moldvay) in the mix. I really like some of the solutions adopted there.
Take a look at Sharp Swords & Sinister Spells or maybe some Oldskull stuff (I own a bunch of Oldskull books and they are really comprehensive).
Well, there are more than 40,000 titles to choose from. I'll add more as I find them. And if you have some suggestions (even if you're the author!) feel free to leave a comment!
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