The Sorcery Stop: Slime (Is On Your Side)

Magic is the lifeblood of fantasy. Arguably the dividing line between fantasy and other types of fiction, magic can be strange, mysterious, frightening, comical, or anything in between. And if you’re looking to explore the applications of magic in a fantasy roleplaying campaign, you want to visit the Sorcery Stop! Slime (Is On Your Side) An aspect of classic fantasy (and magic) that is oddly underrepresented in the current rules is true...

The Sorcery Stop: On the Care and Feeding of an Alchemical Laboratory

Magic is the lifeblood of fantasy. Arguably the dividing line between fantasy and other types of fiction, magic can be strange, mysterious, frightening, comical, or anything in between. And if you’re looking to explore the applications of magic in a fantasy roleplaying campaign, you want to visit the Sorcery Stop! A staple of fantasy fiction is the mysterious alchemical laboratory, a workshop where wizards, cultists, and mad scientists concoct...

The Sorcery Stop: Upholders of Uadjet

Magic is the lifeblood of fantasy. Arguably the dividing line between fantasy and other types of fiction, magic can be strange, mysterious, frightening, comical, or anything in between. And if you’re looking to explore the applications of magic in a fantasy roleplaying campaign, you want to visit the Sorcery Stop! The Serpent Presence. It seems no Sword & Sorcery tale is complete without a pre-human race of serpent-folk and those who would...

The Sorcery Stop: Hedge Wizard Background

Magic is the lifeblood of fantasy. Arguably the dividing line between fantasy and other types of fiction, magic can be strange, mysterious, frightening, comical, or anything in between. And if you’re looking to explore the applications of magic in a fantasy roleplaying campaign, you want to visit the Sorcery Stop!  HEDGE WIZARD You have a way with plants and animals and a fascination with anatomy. You spend most of your time at the edge of a...

The Sorcery Stop: Apostles of Oblivion

Magic is the lifeblood of fantasy. Arguably the dividing line between fantasy and other types of fiction, magic can be strange, mysterious, frightening, comical, and anything in between. So if you’re looking to explore the applications of magic in a fantasy roleplaying campaign, you want to visit the Sorcery Stop! Followers of Death Death cults have existed for as long as creatures have contemplated their own mortality. Born from fear,...


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