Behold, a magical pig
Also known as buzzboys and drone troopers
A highly eccentric socialite and techno-criminal kingpin in the Cosmic Era, suitable adversary for low level heroes, or a patron for low level villainous henchmen
also known as the Snow Gorillas
Chuck Norris and the Karate Kommandos was a six episode mini-series from 1986 that I remember with mixed emotions.
Better known as Norby's Comet, Research Station Ktynga is a multi-layered deep space arcanotech habitat funded by the Atlantic Federation, the New Hanseatic League, and the Glassenheim Foundation
Often magical healing is commonplace, but here are seven reasons why it may not always be the best thing to do when one gets injured and more mundane forms of healing might be better.
Such a powerful and iconic figure from mythology cannot be reduced to a single entry for the Cosmic Era
The lich is a form of sentient undead who cannot be killed until the object containing their soul is destroyed. The Electric Lich borrows the concept and moves it into the CE
A practical, if extreme, cybernetic modification, for people who live in aerostats, space colonies, and on ships
Some people opt to combine the upper torso of a robot with the legs of a larger industrial vehicle, creating for themselves, a cybernetic centaur body.
Eye-Borgs are an expensive and rare form of cyborg/robot
The sole product of Eaton, Pollack, and Sutton Engineering and Design (EPSED)
A list of enhancements(?) to the simple Invisibility potion.
Every adventure starts with a good stout pair of boots. Thirty pairs of boots for your PCs to encounter and maybe wear.
Some people drink potions without checking what they are, and this can have many unwanted consequences that can range from funny to fatal.
A staff that summons doves
In a world filled with unique chimera, some are more unique than others OR A chimera divided against itself must fall!
500 word, chimera challenge
Squishy tech for the Cosmic Era's behind closed doors
Thirty Scepters, some of them items of great magical powers, others mere symbols of office, and one or two that are more a bane then a boon to their owners.