Fate of the Manifold Worlds is a tabletop role-playing game project inspired by Dune and other science-fiction that focuses on intrigue between competing proto-religious Schools across a science fiction universe.
Honestly, I have no intention of playing it, but it makes for fascinating reading if you’re into Dune-style “Ancient Schools.”
The Realm Generator is a Python program that randomly generates hundreds of noble families for use in pen-and-paper roleplaying games.
If you’ve ever played a tabletop roleplaying game, then you may have encountered a common problem: you haven’t got the time to invent a realm. And I don’t mean a realm with a single great dynasty in it; I mean hundreds of noble families, thousands of nobles and courtiers, complex relationships between them, feuds, alliances, loose factions, hierarchies…it’s work.
That is, it was work. Until now. Presenting…
The Realm Generator.
In a single click, you can generate a complex, interwoven realm filled with intrigue, ready for any tabletop gaming experience.
Ironsworn is a tabletop roleplaying game that is designed to be played solo, co-op, or traditionally with one or more players and a gamemaster.
. . . you are a hero sworn to undertake perilous quests in the dark fantasy setting of the Ironlands. You will explore untracked wilds, fight desperate battles, forge bonds with isolated communities, and reveal the secrets of this harsh land.
Are you ready to swear iron vows and see them fulfilled—no matter the cost?