Skirmisher Publishing is pleased to announce the release of “The Return of Cyris Crane,” a scenario for the bestselling Cthulhu Live horror LARP! It is available from DriveThruRPG, RPGNow, and other online venues (14 pages, $1.99).

Skirmisher Publishing is pleased to announce the release of "100 Oddities for a Treasure Hoard," the ninth entry in its popular "Oddities" series!

Skirmisher is proud to announce the release of Aigyptos: A Gazetteer for 5th Edition! It is available from DriveThruRPG and its affiliated sites (40 pages, $5.99). 

 

Skirmisher Publishing is proud to announce the release of “100 Oddities for an Enchanted Forest,” the eighth entry in its popular "Oddities" series for role-playing games! This publication includes 100 unique things characters might encounter in a sylvan setting and includes guidelines for introducing the Wild Hunt into your game sessions. It is available from DriveThruRPG and RPGNow (16 pages, $1.99). 

Skirmisher Publishing is pleased to announce release of “Into the Mines of Moira,” an adventure for the 5th Edition role-playing game system! This adventure by game designer Michael O. Varhola is fully illustrated by fantasy artist Amanda Kahl and available through DriveThruRPG and RPGNow (28 page, $4.99). We hope you enjoy it!
 
Something has invaded Moira's, a popular Dwarven restaurant established in an old mine in the hills outside of the city where your party is currently adventuring! Now, it falls to you to learn what ancient evil has crawled up from the depths, to drive it out if possible, and to rescue an ill-fated squad of Dwarf militiamen if they are still alive. 

Skirmisher Publishing is excited to announce the release of “100 Oddities for a Found Car,” the latest entry in its best-selling series of “Oddities” mini-sourcebooks! It is available from online venues that include DriveThruRPGRPGNow, and DriveThruFiction (10 pages, 99 cents).

This latest edition of the Oddities series addresses items that might be found variously in the trunk, glove compartment, or elsewhere inside a vehicle found by characters. It is primarily intended for use with modern, horror, post-apocalyptic, or near-future science fiction role-playing game scenarios. 

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