Mar 112013
 
We are pleased to announce that Arrows of Indra (an old school epic fantasy Indian RPG) is now available in PDF and will be released in print soon.
You can buy your copy of the PDF here 
 
From the back:
Arrows of Indra is an RPG based on the original and most popular fantasy roleplaying rules; for old-school heroic fantasy adventure in a world that is exotic and at the same time highly recognizable, Inspired by the Epic Myths of India during the Age of Heroes.
Players take on the roles of brave Kshatriya warriors, disciplined yogis, temple priests, rogues or scouts, assassins of the dark goddess, magic-using Siddhis seeking the mysteries of the universe, playing humans civilized or barbaric, immortal Gandharvas or Yakshas, Vanara monkey-men or half-demonic Rakshasa; and adventure in Naga-filled jungles, fight Asura demons, visit the ruins of ancient Rakshasa empires, seek out the shining treasures of the truly massive Patala Underworld, fight duels for money or honor in the Kalari Arenas, or get caught up in the political and military intrigues of the human Bharata Kingdoms.
It’s the same heroic adventuring you know and love, but with a new and exciting environment. No anthropology, history, theology or linguistics degree required; everything you need to play heroic characters and adventure in the Bharata kingdoms is found right here in this book!
 Posted by at 8:06 PM
Mar 082012
 

Servants of Gaius released in PDF:
http://www.rpgnow.com/product_info.php?products_id=99908

Servants of Gaius(from the book):
As Neptune’s armies threaten the empire, Gaius Caesar Augustus
Germanicus (“Caligula”) creates a secret order to root them out.

Servants of Gaius

$ 19.99 SRP
The Servants of Gaius come from all the ranks of the Empire, chosen by
the divine emperor himself. In their quest to save Rome they face dark
cults, backstabbing politicians and even the gods themselves.

Servants of Gaius is a game of intrigue and investigation. It comes
with a complete alternate history setting but is perfect for any Roman
campaign.

The book includes:
•A complete and flexible rules system
•An overview of Roman society and government during the early empire
•Stats for important historical characters
•Monsters and other supernatural threats
•Rules for gods and rituals
•A map of the Roman world in 38 AD

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