Make potions in
Explore the world of Beast Fables in this new solo-journaling chapter. Go on a daring journey through the underbrush, helping beasts near and far!
Carved in Stone
Unlock Scotland’s past with this primer on the Pictish peoples. A cross-sector project in partnership with the University of Glasgow and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
A Stolen Ruby
A wizard craving recognition.
A thief in hot water.
A crew with everything to prove.
Go on an adventure where nothing
is as it first seems.
Become a beast
Embark On A Scurry
Embody a tiny animal, facing dangers big and bigger, and survive to tell the tale. This exciting Beast Fables TTRPG wraps up in under two hours, and is perfect for first time players.
will you dare to
Find Your Fate
Bring fortune telling and moral reflection to you table with Vice & Virtue. Explore your characters in greater depth with this system neutral TTRPG supplement.
Start Playing Today!
Everyone wants to play roleplaying games; they're fun, they teach invaluable lessons, and they make safe spaces for everyone to join in. Yet, even experienced players are intimidated in running or joining in their own games.
With a Stout Stoat by your side, you can say goodbye to those fears and hello to a whole new world of adventure.
open call for
We are now accepting submissions for TTRPG materials, Journaling games, and Choose-Your-Own-Path games. Opportunity ends May 31st 2022.
Scurry! - 1st Edition
Embark on a swift and exciting scurry through Scotland’s verdant underbrush as you’ve never been able to before—as beasts!
Players race against the clock, face conflicts and resolve them with imaginative solutions while trying to complete their goal before succumbing to exhaustion!
Each scurry should take 1 to 2 hours to play, with the story ramping up towards an exciting finish.
Suitable for ages 13+, or younger with a guide. A set of polyhedral dice are used to play.
NOTE: Does not include Kickstarter exclusive candles
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