Systems for all TTRPGs
Election System for TTRPGs
A system to run elections in your TTRPG. It creates elections where the DM can adjust the likelihood of success, where both the campaign period (pre-election) as well as election day allow for player involvement. It is game-agnostic so can be plugged into games like Pathfinder, Dungeons and Dragons, etc.
Using the Season's Dance at the fey court as an example, this article explains how a concealed rules game can be used to add a puzzle or riddle to your TTRPG. It is game-agnostic and does not rely on players remembering things from previous sessions. It also provides more clues the longer it goes on.
Scenarios & Adventures
A homebrew heist scenario for 9th level characters design to evoke the experience of movies like Ocean's Elven, The Italian Job and Inside Man. Best played with the included pre-gen characters, the players will be tasked to break into a wizard tower to steal a powerful staff.
A scenario for level 18-20. This fits well after many campaigns that only go to level 17 or 18. The heroes are tasked by Thais, the herald of Cayden Cailean, to recover her sixth wing... from Hell.
An infernal contract to provide to your players. In exchange for certain benefits, it imposes on them roleplay-heavy costs, and seeks to slowly tempt them to evil
Ye Olde Hag Shoppe
Inspired by the classic disappearing witch shop, this hag has many trinkets for sale that come in very handy when you're an adventurer. She won't sell them for just anything, however, and her prices may not always be what they seem. Usable in adventures of all levels.
A small encounter you can use to spice up overland travel. Two elder elementals are engaged in a lustful tryst but unaware their behaviour is causing havoc for the nearby town.
Gelatinous Cube Enthusiasts Society
Why not add a Gelatinous Cube Enthusiasts Society to your fantasy city? These peculiar but passionate individuals can tell you all about their pet cubes, and would be more than happy to help you get started in the hobby. Welcome to the local Gelatinous Cube Enthusiasts Society!