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Downloads for Barbarians of Lemuria

BoL, in its primary iteration, is a heroic sword and sorcery game with very competent, larger-than-life heroes. A classic Dungeoncrawl game is deadlier; the heroes are less capable to start out with. It also usually features more widespread and commonly used magic. This is what this hack is trying to emulate. I have been inspired by countless OSR games, especially DCC and Lamentations of the Flame Princess. Sometimes you will find Rules flagged as optional. You can choose to use these or ignore them. The latter is actually applicable to everything herein. Take what you want and leave out the rest. I have tested it only with all non-optional rules in place. Try something out first before removing it. Hopefully, you find everything for some epic crawls in dark places.

Downloads for Savage Worlds

The basic Savage Worlds Character sheet I now use in all my games.

This is the basic Totems of the Dead Character sheet. No auto-calculations, though. You can save it, too, if you have a reader like Foxit instead of basic Adobe.

A Savage Worlds Sheet for Thrilling tales, Including some modifications for my homebrew

This savage fan 40+ page PDF is a full-blown resource book for any Space Opera game.

Savage Space 1.0 download link
Savage Space 1.0

Content Overview:

  • 5 hindrances
  • 14 edges
  • An extensive equipment list
  • Various armour and shields
  • 16 new weapons, including blasters and Disintegrators
  • Cyberware, from replacements to enhancements
  • A complete rule set on how to create spaceships as characters, complete with skills, edges, hindrances, and equipment
  • And finally, a full-featured adventure generator!

The PDF has extensive bookmarks and a clickable Index. It presumes only a generic setting, and everything is easily usable in any Sci-Fi Space Opera campaign.

Still not convinced? Read a Review at Solace of Savagery!

Downloads for D00lite

  • Shadow Ops 2nd

A Fan Conversion of the Shadowrun 2nd Edition rules to the D00lite engine. Available as Word or PDF.

Shadow Ops 2nd






This conversion has some skill changes and a shiny new bestiary containing all the baddies from Thief Gold. My first monster hack for D00lite, so it may be terribly unbalanced. Be warned! I still need to finish another replay of the game, so some details on the monsters are strictly based on their Wiki entries and not my own in-game experience. I only have vague memories of some.

Complete list of Changes:

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    Thief Hack V02

    Assassin and Mugger Skills updated, Warrior added

  • Changed Blackjack use
  • Some typos and errors fixed
  • New Bestiary!

Enjoy, and let me know what you think!




Riders Version 1

I tried to recreate an idealized version of the Sons of Anarchy shows premise, a motorcycle club involved in criminal activities while trying to protect their hometown from outside influences and clean of crime. As I am fond of treating everything as characters in my games, I wrote some basic rules to create a town and a motorcycle club. It is rough but enough to get one started when you are familiar with the premise and tropes of the genre.


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