The party joins a Dire-bunny drive as guards on a long cross-country trek to ensure delivery of the furry mounts to the queen’s personal knights; but dangers lurk around every corner. Can your heroes get a wild warren of rabbits through the dangers of the world? Will a tribe of angry Goblins turn the herd into stew? Who knows, but with fifty rabbit’s feet on your side, you might get lucky!... [click here for more]
GATEWAY is a simple, fast-paced, rules-light and universal D20 Roleplaying Game framework that is perfect for introducing new players to tabletop RPG’s. The system allows for any theme or setting, from Fantasy to Cyberpunk, from Horror to Noir,... [click here for more]
Tomb of the Overfiend is a free one-page adventure for Weird West RPG. The adventure is also compatible with other "old school" type roleplaying games with a few small changes to some of the statistics for the encounters. ... [click here for more]
Back in the early 80s, B/X was one of my groups favorite RPGs. While there were Wild West RPGs that existed, we really wanted to play in that genre using Tom Moldvay's system. Thanks to the OGL, we can now share that with you!
Westwater uses the OGL to be completely compatible with any other B/X rules system. While the core of the game mixes traditonal 19th Century history with fantasy, there... [click here for more]
This Quickstart guide provides an advanced look at the new Universal Pool System by D3 Adventures. It includes the basic mechanics necessary to understand the game, so all you need is to grab your dice and go! This is NOT the full game, just a free sneak-peek. ... [click here for more]
Because we know any Judge might suddenly need a full cylinder of personalities to enliven his Wild West roleplayin', the Dog House Gang offers Six-Guns - a smatterin' of FREE products with interestin' cowpokes ready to load into your game. Six of 'em, to be exact.
Each FREE installment of Six-Guns for Sidewinder: Recolied features six character... [click here for more]
The Dog House Gang wasn't satisfied with a single six-shooter, so we loaded up a second holster with another Six-Guns installment for your Wild West roleplayin' action. Since our first Six-Guns product featured famous outlaws, we figured it was only natural to assemble a group of famous lawmen this time around.
Six-Guns: Lawmen - The Earps & Mastersons... [click here for more]
Welcome to the rebirth of The Fort Griffin Echo. Originally published from 1879 to 1882, The Fort Griffin Echo was a fine example of a frontier newspaper. Although it didn't stay in circulation for a terribly long period of time, its demise had less to do with the quality of its journalism, and more with the death of its hometown. We here at Dog House Rules hope to... [click here for more]