Character Sheet

Character Sheet

In order to play Exterminis: Reign of Destruction, you’ll need a pencil, some papaer, a set of polyhedral or “gaming” dice, and the character sheet  below. Permission is hereby granted to copy and print the character sheet for personal...
A Fitting End to a New Beginning

A Fitting End to a New Beginning

  Lord Durgas Lord Durgas stepped off the stage, drenched in sweat and grinning like a feral cat. The Dead Dwarfs had just finished another electrifying set, and he loved playing music more than just about anything else in the world. Just as he reached the bottom...
Spirits, Demons, and Monsters

Spirits, Demons, and Monsters

Artwork by Rachealmarie from Pixabay  Exterminis: Reign of Destruction Spirits, Demons, and Monsters There are three types of  supernatural enemies to thwart the player characters in Exterminis: Reign of Destruction. These are demons, spirits, and warpchanged animals....
The Laws of Sorcery

The Laws of Sorcery

Akasha  Akasha is generated once per month, or every 28 days. Once a player decides when they will regenerate Akasha, they cannot change it unless they go seven days without spending a single Akasha. On the eighth day, they can choose a different time to hold their...
The Laws of Persuasion

The Laws of Persuasion

Social Interaction Modifiers Physical Intimidation: If the charmer wants to use their strength to physically intimidate a mark, then they add their strength modifier to the social influence roll. A strength of 80 will grant a +2 bonus to the roll, for example.  Low...
The Laws of Stealth

The Laws of Stealth

Stealth is used whenever a character wants to do something without being noticed. Shoplifting, picking pockets, moving quietly while staying hidden from sight, peforming sleight-of-hand tricks, and using misdirection to focus someone’s attention anywhere except the...
The Laws of Combat

The Laws of Combat

Physical combat is probably the most common conflict in Exterminis: Reign of Destruction. It seems like characters are always getting into trouble, and that trouble almost always leads to weapons being drawn. Combat in E:RoD is very fast, and very deadly. Characters...
Character Concept

Character Concept

The first step in character creation is deciding the kind of character you want to play. There aren’t any character classes to choose from. You choose the skills you want, and the restrictions, too. You could be a classic barbarian or wizard, but you could just...

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