Cat’s Cradle stands at the intersection of a caravan and river route, which brings in mysterious travelers, unscrupulous grifters, and — quite often — dangerous villains. The Kickstarter includes a town sourcebook for Cat’s Cradle, the adventure Eye of Itral, and Fortune Hunters, a book of town-oriented NPCs.
A walled town of roughly 4000 citizens, Cat’s Cradle is a modular resource that can be used any time you need a town at the intersection of trade routes. In the world of the Lost Lands it is located in the Duchy of Saxe, at the intersection of the Gap Road and the Hyon River.
• Cat’s Cradle Sourcebook: A 44-page sourcebook on the shops, industries, factions, and mysteries of Cat’s Cradle. This book is system neutral. • The Eye of Itral: A 44-page “fantasy noir” adventure in Cat’s Cradle written by Ken Spencer. Available for 5th Edition, Swords & Wizardry, and Pathfinder 1e. • Fortune Hunters: A plethora of NPCs who live in and drift through the town. Available for 5th Edition, Swords & Wizardry, and Pathfinder 1e. All three of the books are premium-quality paper, saddle-stitched, and printed in the USA.
Island of Sorrow is an adventure for characters levels 3-5 that takes them on a journey across the sea to rescue the lost scion of a wealthy merchant family. Tavin Lar hoped to reclaim his family’s faltering fortunes by discovering the mythical Island of Sorrows. He found it, but via shipwreck. He sent for help using his last magic scroll, and the rescue mission is under way — but can our heroes survive long enough to find the mythical island, locate Tavin Lar and bring him home?
In Island of Sorrow you will find:A complete hex crawl adventure across the mythical island and its savage archipelago.
Rules for ship travel, operation, and adventure.
New monsters ready to tackle any maritime adventure.
More lizardfolk and dinosaurs than you can shake a stick at.*
Our adventures are tabletop gaming legends, with names you hear in dark whispers, like Rappan Athuk, Tomb of Abysthor, and Slumbering Tsar. We write adventures that are worth winning. That’s the style of adventure gaming we’re about.