Gods & Monsters

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Gods & Monsters Fantasy Role-Playing

Beyond here lie dragons
Biblyon, Illustrious Valley, Highland
Saturday, April 21, 1984
Jerry Stratton, Editor

Journey deep into abandoned castles, solve intricate puzzles, fight strange creatures, and wield arcane power. Adventure with a group of intrepid companions in the tradition of “The Three Musketeers” or “The Lord of the Rings.”

Like the adventurers of old in Egypt, you will delve into long forgotten tombs, but in your adventures magic will fuel danger and creatures of myth will stalk the darkness. You will search uncharted wilderness for lost knowledge and hidden treasure.

Where the hand-scrawled sign warns “beyond here lie dragons,” your stories begin.

Gods & Monsters Rules

All rules on creating characters and playing the game. This is what you’ll be using most as both player and adventure guide. (Sep 28, 2013)

Order of the Astronomers

Follow the adventures of Sam Stevens, Gralen Noslen, Will Stratford, and Charlotte Kordé as they delve into the abandoned castle of the Order of the Astronomers. Start here if you’re new to the game or to role-playing games in general. (Apr 29, 2010)

Arcane Lore

Lists of spells, skills, psychic powers, and specialties. (Nov 11, 2012)

Divine Lore

Lists of divine spirits and gods. (Sep 28, 2013)

Gods & Monsters reference sheets

Character reference sheets, map grids, and rule summaries. (Feb 23, 2014)

Printed Copies

Some of the Gods & Monsters rulebooks are available in print versions through lulu.com. However, the print versions will lag behind the on-line versions, whose rules will be more unstable. (May 17, 2011)

Inspirational fantasy fiction

The Dumasian world of Gods & Monsters is also inspired by Dunsany, King, and many others. These books that should inspire you when you need to create interesting adventures and characters. (Feb 23, 2010)

Die Roller

Gods & Monsters uses d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20, and d100. What is a d4? a d20? What is a d100? What do these dice look like, and how do you read them? (Feb 18, 2012)