Some game modules are written using the Judges Guild Universal Game System. You can download the latest revision of the Universal System at our Downloads page.
Digital Media Products:
JG1308 – City-State of the Sea Kings
$37.00 + Shipping – 1st Edition
City-State of the Sea Kings (CSSK) is the newest production from Judges Guild. A book 12 years in the making, it is the largest Judges Guild product to date, with over 375 pages of all new material and a fold out double-sided map, too. Judges Guild created the first world for roleplaying back in 1976, so you can trust them to make a product with REAL adventure in mind. Lead Author/Game Designer Chris Bernhardt and Robert Bledsaw II of Judges Guild have stayed the course on this project, pursuing the wish of Judges Guild founder Bob Bledsaw I, after his unfortunate passing in April 2008. CSSK expands the Wilderlands of High Fantasy and opens up the southern environs of the Judges Guild world to a level never before seen in publication. No longer will you just game in the northern City States! You can now travel south and investigate more of the Wilderlands than ever before! Massive sea battles and expansive land exploration of the Isle of the Blest continent beckon! So, warm up those dice, and prepare to face more fantastic challenges than you can imagine!
JG1209 – Lost Man’s Trail
$16.00 – Booklet 1st Edition – ships with Campaign Map I
$5.99 – PDF RPG Now Special Edition
Bob Bledsaw’s final contribution to the fantasy world he created, the Wilderlands. This adventure module runs some 24 pages, with 12 maps covering the areas of encounters, in addition to detailed Campaign Maps for Wilderlands Hexes 3615, 3715, 3814 and 3914 of the Roglaroon and Gasconfold Plains Regions, between Modron and Tegel. The trail east from Modron to the coast, known as Lost Man’s Trail, has been a source of mystery for some time. Adventurers have a habit of disappearing from the trail. Are they lured away by some enticement, or waylaid by the legendary Skandik Raiders? The only safe place to stay, The Fat Deer Inn, offers good ale, soft bedding, and an assortment of characters; each having their own reason for being there.