Tag Archives: harp
March 29th, 2017
Iron Crown Enterprises are pleased to announce the release of a BRAND NEW rules supplement for High Adventure Role Playing (HARP) Fantasy: HARP Folkways!
HARP Folkways is not a re-make or a re-print of an older product, but a completely brand new product written by the brilliant Jonathan Cassie.
With HARP Folkways you can enrich your characters and your world with unparalleled cultural depth, explore the diversity of cultures across twenty folkways drawing upon our world and fantasy classics and make your own unique cultures by defining how they handle matters of kinship, authority and the supernatural, how they dress, what they eat, and more.
With roughly 70% of the book being rules agnostic, HARP Folkways is a great buy whatever system you play.
HARP Folkways includes:
The Twenty Folkways – a technique to create believable cultures for any setting
A cultural perspective on well-known fantasy worlds from literature
Practical examples of culture creation
Eleven new races
Six new cultural adolescence packages
Ten new professions
New skills and talents
Twenty-three new training packages
Iron Crown Enterprises are currently running a promotion to buy the new HARP Folkways for just $10 from RPGNow. It won’t last forever though so buy it quick!
November 21st, 2016
HARP Loot – continue your journey on the new road to High Adventure.
Loot, that wonderful, glittery, magical stuff that brings a gleam to an adventurer’s eye and makes his heart beat a little faster. What is it and where do you find it? What do you do when your loot breaks? How do you convert your loot to cash? What is the coolest, newest, hottest and best loot around? This book has all the answers.
Can’t lay your hands on the loot you need? No Problem—just make it. Loot explores the myriad ways of creating the magic items so near and dear to our hearts.
The book includes, but is not limited to, rules for:
- Item Enchantment
- Intelligent Items
- Magical Runes
Drawing upon years of actual play from the fan base, HARP Loot is an enhanced version of the original HARP supplement published in 2005.