Category: Reference

Now Available: Medieval Saints Vol 1.

Medieval Saints is a system-agnostic sourcebook in 3 volumes for any historical, or fantasy game. It presents a look at what life was like for monks, how the monastic system operated, and the influence that monks and clergy who later became venerated as saints had over religious practice, culture, and political policies throughout the Middle […]

Now Available: Murder & Mutiny

Murder & Mutiny is a system-agnostic sourcebook in 4 volumes, for any historical or fantasy game. It contains true tales of shipwrecks, mutineers, and mayhem on the high seas! This volume is filled with information that can be mined for worldbuilding details usable in your own settings. There are colorful characters that can be adapted […]

Now Available: Early Middle Ages

Early Middle Ages is a system-agnostic sourcebook in two volumes, for any historical or fantasy game. It presents a real-world account of Europe from the dawn of the 9th century through the 11th century. Based on the academic work of Henry Osborn Taylor, it focuses on the effect of Christianity on scholarship and culture, for […]

Now Available: A History of Witchcraft

This History of Witchcraft is a system-agnostic sourcebook for any historical, horror, or fantasy game. In four volumes it presents a real-world account of witchcraft in England between 1558 to 1718. Based on the academic work of Wallace Notestein, it focuses on the political and cultural causes and impacts of witchhunters and witch trials, rather […]

Now Available: Discovery of Witches

Hello, Light Brigade! You can’t discuss the history of witchcraft without bringing up witch hunters, and you can talk about witch hunters and leave out the Witchfinder General himself, Matthew Hopkins. The volume you’re reading right now contains his classic treatise, The Discovery of Witches. Nominally an explanation of how Hopkins identified who was a […]