Fantasy Dice Ruleset Video – Part 1

I’ve uploaded the first video for how to use the Fantasy Dice ruleset for the Fantasy Grounds II virtual tabletop software. The ruleset will be released first for backers of the Crimson Exodus 2nd Edition kickstarter, but will eventually be available either on its own or with other Radical Approach products for free so that everyone can use Fantasy Grounds to play Fantasy Dice games online.


Dwarf Sorcerer

The Dwarves are the greatest sorcerers in the Known World. Prestigious, powerful and secretive guilds hoard precious arcane tomes and teach those that show promise. Only a very few have the exceptional patience, precision and dedication needed to actually learn to weave spells. The rest become librarians, mentors and beards. Orgar Stormhands of Khrumîn presented on the character sheet below is one of those incredibly rare individuals with the talent to see the patterns that most are blind to.

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The Dwarves are a people of great wisdom with exhaustive libraries on alchemy and sorcery, . . . → Read More: Dwarf Sorcerer

Men of the Heartlands


Heartlanders are perhaps the most colourful, and often beautiful, of all the peoples of the Known World. The vast size of the Heartlands have hidden the true extent of the Heartlander population and although in severe decline since the exodus it is far greater than even the Elves calculated. However, there is no sense of unity among Heartlanders and isolated villagers are suspicious of outsiders of every kind.

The central and northern Heartlands have borne the brunt of the plague and suffered greatly from the collapse of the Empire. Villages, farms and roads have been abandoned to the dead, bandits and beasts. Many . . . → Read More: Men of the Heartlands

Vren Barbarians

This is the first post to present the peoples of the Known World in the Crimson Exodus roleplaying game, as well as a sneak peak at the character sheet.

The barbarians that inhabit the frozen wilderness of the Vren peninsula have been chiseled into a fierce and mighty folk by constant struggle with brutish trolls and merciless winters. Considered simply barbarians by most they are named northmen, or Vren, by those that have grown to respect them.

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Tip: When opening the image most browsers will re-size the image to fit on the page . . . → Read More: Vren Barbarians