Pantheon Press offers some of the most innovative gaming design in the role-playing industry today. We are proud to announce our partnership with Chronicle City. You can preorder second printings of Fortune's Fool, Grimm Tales, and The Fool's Companion from the Chronicle City webstore.
Fortune's Fool is a the ENnie award winning role-playing game that uses a unique Tarot card-based resolution system.
Nobis, our debut product, is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG) campaign setting for use with version 3.5 of the world’s most popular role-playing game and other OGL products. Nobis offers you the chance to step into a dynamic world of intrigue and danger.
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Pantheon Press is thrilled to announce that Fortune's Fool won a Judge's Spotlight Award at the 2011 Ennie Awards.
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We've also got loads of stuff available for Fortune's Fool to download at the Freespot. Lost Treasures PDFs are compilations of magic items suitable for any Fortune's Fool campaign. You can also find a set of pregenerated characters for the Grimm Tales adventure, blank character sheets, and errata for the first printing of Fortune's Fool.
Click here to pick up some free stuff such as character sheets, maps, compatibility guides and more.
Fortune’s Fool won a 2011 Judge’s Spotlight ENnie!
Pete Figtree talked to Jay Stratton and Jason Keeley for a detailed examination of Fortune’s Fool character creation and gameplay!
Jay Stratton and Jason Keeley of Pantheon Press are interviewed about Fortune’s Fool!
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