Tim Bannock (DMsGuild best-selling writer and developer) in partnership with his cousin Matthew Bannock publish a wide gamut of indie tabletop role-playing game releases. Experimental games like the diceless DeScriptors RPG and Dragon's Grave: Driven by Bids have proven incredibly popular. They have collaborated on a number of OSR and 5th edition releases in the intrigue-laden Dalentown campaign setting, as well as the community-minded, prosperity-driven #SwordDream-style fantasy game FARM Champions.
Accompanied by their loyal henchman, a spellcaster-reincarnated-as-a-dog named Barkby (he rolled relatively low on the OD&D reincarnation table-- Oops!), the cousins will be developing wide-ranging support for DeScriptors as well as new, community-minded games built to inspire your game sessions.
Our goal is to publish titles you can immediately use at your table, or that inspire you to build new worlds, tweak mechanics, or enrich your own games.
DeScriptors RPG is a word game tabletop role-playing game driven by transformative character arcs. The player characters will never end a game session with the same traits as they started! You can find the latest version of the core rules at DeScriptorsRPG.com for free, and the supplements we publish here enhance and expand your games with new variations, realms, scenarios, and more.
We publish supplements and adventures for a small, self-contained and easily portable campaign setting for the 5th edition of the world's most popular role-playing game. All of our releases are designed to be useful as quickly and easily as possible at your game table.
Just about everything we publish for 5th Edition also gets a ground-up rebuild for OSR games. This allows you to use our adventures and supplements for games like Old School Essentials, Swords & Wizardry, OSRIC, Labyrinth Lord, and anything compatible with B/X and 1st Edition retro-clones and game mechanics.
We like to stretch our design muscles with fast-playing tabletop role-playing games that do things you might not always expect.