October 8, 2010 / Phillip Larwood Or 30 Things to find on a Villain’s Corpse. [See The Dead Adventurer’s Catalogue] Wendell bent over the body of the goblin chieftain they had just slaughtered, his slender hands shifting through the goblin’s filthy goods until he encountered something shiny and hard. “Look here, Tarquilos my old friend. The goblin chief has a little something extra for us.” The Dead Villain’s Catalogue / Kobold Quarterly
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Fireborn is a cross-genre role-playing game incorporating elements of urban fantasy and high fantasy. Setting The modern part of the game is set in London where in 2001 suddenly magic returned to the world. Fireborn
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