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What's an Omnibus?

An Omnibus is a massive single volume that compiles multiple other pieces of work into a single book.  The Infinite Adventures Omnibus collects Volumes 1 through 6 of the Infinite Adventures: Western Realm books. 

Purchasing this Omnibus gives you each of the 6 individual Volumes, plus the Omnibus book, which is available as a hardcover as well, PLUS the Common Reference Booklet, a 122-page separate reference for the introductory general rules for all POIs, Events, Quirks, NPC/Creature Modifiers, and dozens of pages of Utility Tables for use in your adventures.

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Anyone who owns the Omnibus in digital form will receive a discount once the complete book is available in hardcover.  You'll be able to order the massive, 800+ page hardcover at cost, reflecting your existing investment in the product.  Be sure to opt in to DTRPG notification emails so you receive a heads-up once it's ready!


The Infinite Adventures Omnibus is a massive, 800+ page tome collecting the first six Infinite Adventures volumes into a single book.  It describes over 150 points of interest (POI).  Each one is designed to be interesting enough for at least an entire gaming session, if not an entire multi-session arc, or even an entire campaign.  Every one of these POIs could be its own book :)

Each POI is designed to be immediately usable in any fantasy TTRPG, in any campaign setting, with zero to little preparation.

The entire book has been designed from the ground up to support and enable solo adventuring.

Also contains universally-usable mechanics, guidelines, tables, and general resources for all points of interest in a fantasy TTRPG campaign.

Zero Prep, System-Agnostic

Designed to be immediately usable in any fantasy TTRPG, all Infinite Adventures books require zero prep time.

What is This Thing?

FlexTale Infinite Adventures is a concept that applies the Infinium Game Studio approach to points of interest on a fantasy TTRPG map.  Detailed descriptions, endless permutations of things to keep things fresh, easy-to-use tables and resources, and plenty of ideas and inspiration.

This book is the first in a series describing the various Points of Interest (POI) in the Western Realm of Aquilae.  Though it was created with this setting in mind, everything in this book was designed to be system- and setting-agnostic.

Inside, you'll find:

  • Discovery, including read-aloud text, "Why You Might Come Here", "So You Find Yourself Here", Hooks, and more.
  • Activities, including Adventure Snippets, Quests, Secrets, Threats, and more.
  • Location information, including a heatmap / location guide for the POI's presence in the Realm of Aquilae.
  • Rumors & Lore table with true, partially true, and false stories about the POI.
  • Events and Quirks, describing unique phenomena that might occur as you explore.

More interesting for players.  Easier to run for D/GMs.  Full, out of the box support for solo players.

And above all: NOT BORING!


Inside, you'll find:

  • 668 tables, 129 FlexTables (each one four tables in one), and 150 full-color maps
  • Dozens of Utility Tables: quickly and dynamically generate entire dungeon maps, traps, poisons, diseases, curses, treasure, and spells.
  • "Jump Right In" introduciton describing exactly how to use this book based on your needs as a G/DM
  • Dedicated discussion on how to use this book as a solo adventurer
  • Creature Modifiers to quickly make even the most ho-hum, boring common monster more interesting and unique
  • Much, much more!

Points of Interest

Each of the following gets at least four full dedicated pages of description, tools, variability, and resources.  With the tables provided, any one of these POI represents tens of thousands of possible combinations of use in your game!

  1. Abbey
  2. Ancient Halls
  3. Aquifers of Charnel Heights
  4. Armory of Armies
  5. Army of the Damned
  6. Astuterie Galleries
  7. Asylums
  8. Barbarian Wastes
  9. Barrowlands
  10. Basin of Welcome
  11. Bazaar of the Righteous
  12. Behemoth Falls
  13. Blackiron Cathedral
  14. Blackstack Village
  15. Blades of Thyraxis
  16. Bleaktract
  17. Bloodwater Dam
  18. Bone Orchard
  19. Bravislatovok
  20. Breweries of the Ivory Flight
  21. Caches
  22. Cagicull Keep
  23. Cairn of the Forsaken
  24. Cakemount
  25. Camels Threat
  26. Canyon of the Godswound
  27. Captive Crab Cove
  28. Castle Caldwell
  29. Castle Corvanni
  30. Castle Fleshfaust
  31. Castle Valkenstein
  32. Cathedral of the Eternal Symphony
  33. Cathedral of the Gods
  34. Caves of the Ribbon Cheese
  35. Caves of Westerminn
  36. Celestial Icewinery
  37. Chainton
  38. City of the Arcanists
  39. Cityprison Citadel
  40. City-State of the Fantabulous Mirage
  41. Cliffs of the Tempest
  42. Cliffways of Mount Ghynusse
  43. Confectioner Perfectioner
  44. Crallantine Medicae
  45. Crest of the Overwatch
  46. Crimson Keep
  47. Crimson Vestiture
  48. Cryptic Facades of Wotteau-Nyarsc
  49. Cursed Slaveships of Amon-Tharre
  50. Darkhall of Famine
  51. Darkhall of Gore
  52. Darkhall of Greed
  53. Darkhall of Nearterm
  54. Darkhall of Shame 
  55. Darkhall of Silence
  56. Darkhall of Vengeance
  57. Darktrophy Forest
  58. Dead Gates
  59. Deathships of the Plague
  60. Deep Meadows
  61. Deepholde Vale
  62. Deepspire Keep
  63. Demonpipe
  64. Dewgardens
  65. Diamond Spire of Tollivand Prackks
  66. Dire Breadbasket
  67. Divestiture Cannon
  68. Doomvault: Famine
  69. Doomvault: Greed
  70. Doomvault: Rage
  71. Dread Maze-Vault of Sel'uum-Khesse
  72. Dreadchasm
  73. Dreadspires
  74. Dreamghost Vale
  75. Drugswath
  76. Dry Teeth
  77. Drysea
  78. Duchy of the Doomed King
  79. Durance of Shame
  80. Dyrewarrens
  81. Ebon Drones
  82. Ebon Occulus
  83. Ebon Tendrils
  84. Echondria
  85. Edyrean Wastes
  86. Enlegande Cuisine
  87. Enlightenment Centers
  88. Eternal Gardens
  89. Euphoria Gardens
  90. Everlast Tree
  91. Evermaze
  92. Everships of the Ebon Sea
  93. Everstorm
  94. Evertavern
  95. Exemplars of the Torrid Waste
  96. Expedition Basecamp
  97. Falsecrypt
  98. Famineswath
  99. Farmies of Flaagrannor
  100. Festival Grounds
  101. Feygulch
  102. Feyreach
  103. Fields of the Colossi
  104. Fissure Blowhole
  105. Fissurefolk Market
  106. Fleshworks of Rhakkagorr
  107. Floating Throne
  108. Forest of Dys-Marr
  109. Forest of the Nocturne
  110. Fortune Zone
  111. Frozen Tombs
  112. Galleria Magnifica
  113. Gallery & The Archive: The Archive
  114. Gallery & The Archive: The Gallery
  115. Garrison
  116. Garthank’s Ridge
  117. Gauntspire Keep
  118. Ghost Tower of Contact
  119. Ghostbreeze Hills
  120. Ghosthall Dungeon
  121. Ghostlock Castle
  122. Ghostway Rails of Forest Mainne
  123. Gloryhall of Conquest
  124. Gloryhall of Forge
  125. Gloryhall of Justice
  126. Gloryhall of Plenty
  127. Gloryhall of Sacrifice
  128. Gloryhall of Sail
  129. Gloryhall of Strategy
  130. Gloryhall of Valor
  131. Glosswing Aerie
  132. Godpoint Mountains
  133. Godsown City
  134. Grand Quarry
  135. Granititan
  136. Gravelands
  137. Gravemaze of Raddastakk
  138. Gravethorpes
  139. Grayskoven Manse
  140. Great Conclave
  141. Great Treasure Hunt Pavilion
  142. Greatwax Palazzo / The Wax Menagerie
  143. Hallowed Halls of the Medicae
  144. Halls of Disfavor
  145. Halls of the Cryptic Flame
  146. Harpy’s Gouge
  147. Haunted Chasm
  148. Haven of the Monkey-Mother
  149. Heartbreak Mansion
  150. Heartsong Prison
  151. Hedonica



This shows the Omnibus in hardcover, next to the optional softcover of the Common Reference Book.  If you'd prefer individual Volumes, 1-6 are available in softcover now.








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J. E October 13, 2023 1:36 pm UTC
Pen and Die has an outstanding review available, which also discusses related but optional products that tie in to the Omnibus:
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John C August 31, 2023 5:52 am UTC
I didn't see this comment yet.

Tables 1 and 2 (random POI) in the Darkhalls book is incorrectly a copy of Table 1 from Volume 1. Table 2 in Volume 2 is a copy of Table 2 in Volume 1. Table 2 in Volumes 4, 5, and 6 are copies of Table 2 in Volume 3.
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J. E June 07, 2023 2:30 pm UTC
Anyone who owned this book as of 06-Jun-2023 should have received a 50% discount link in their email for our newest (and directly relate!) book, the FlexTale Hexcrawl Atlas.

If you opted out of comms from DTRPG, please email me at infiniumGameStudios [at] gmail [dot] com with your order number for this book, and I'll send you a discount link ASAP.

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Cedric V May 26, 2023 10:08 am UTC
Hi. Maybe I am looking over it, but I can't find tables listing the poi of the omnibus per poi type. I wanted to do a hexcrawl rolling first on the poi type per terrain table from the hexcrawl toolkit and then roll on a table in the omnibus with all poi of that type. Am I missing something?
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J. E May 26, 2023 11:09 am UTC
If I understand you correctly, I believe these tables are in the Hexcrawl Toolkit, starting on page 251. There's separate tables for Repeating, Unique, Villainous, and all of them together in a single list as well. Hope that helps!
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Cedric V May 26, 2023 1:20 pm UTC
That is indeed what I am looking for but it only mentions adventure, unique and villain POI.

Say I roll a religious POI, is there a table to roll for which one from the omnibus (eg Abbey, asylum, cathedral of the gods, devistiture cannon, etc)?
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J. E May 26, 2023 3:35 pm UTC
Ah! Excellent notion. I’ll add it to the upcoming revision. Thank you for the idea!
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J. E June 07, 2023 2:16 pm UTC
Note that the latest version of the Hexcrawl Toolkit should include these tables as you described. Let me know what you think and thanks for the feedback!
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John G May 11, 2023 9:42 am UTC
I have the pdf of all 6 and would like to get the Omnibus in Hard Cover as Larry C below. Have written direct to you as i definetely never received a discount code on 27/2 or around that date and nothing in my spam either. Thanks
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Josh F April 19, 2023 1:51 am UTC
Any update on the hexcrawl toolkit mentioned in the Omnibus? Im very interested!
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J. E April 19, 2023 11:24 am UTC
Hard at work at it as we speak! Should finish soon and will let you know :)
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J. E May 26, 2023 11:06 am UTC
I'm sure you've seen it already, but it's been released:
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Larry C March 11, 2023 12:57 am UTC
Love this! Any chance of getting a discount on POD if we purchased PDF of entire Omnibus? I see that emails were sent on 2/27, but I guess I never received mine. At 800+ pages and $75 every little bit helps! Thanks a million!
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J. E March 11, 2023 3:02 pm UTC
So glad you’re enjoying! (A rating or review is always appreciated :)

Usually folks miss these sorts of disxount emails if they’ve opted out of comms from DTRPG.

Hmu at infiniumGameStudios at gmail with your pdf order number and I’ll shoot you a discount.
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Larry C March 12, 2023 1:02 am UTC
Sent...thank you very much!
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Jason P March 07, 2023 9:02 pm UTC
Between the Western Realms Gazetteer and this product, is there any overlap of information between the two? I am a DM preparing for a new campaign in a multi-verse of sorts. Curious as to whether the Western Realms Atlas and Gazetteer is what i should purchase, or this FlexTale IA Omnibus is what I should be obtaining if I only have the money to purchase one right now. Thank you in advance.
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J. E March 07, 2023 10:02 pm UTC
Hi Jason P--Ironically, I'm a Jason P :)

It depends on what you're looking for, really. Western Realms Gazetteer is all about the campaign world--the nations, the leaders, the cities, the maps, the history, and so on, all about the Realm of Aquilae, the IGS campaign setting. If you're looking to have part of your multi-versal campaign take place there, or start there, then it's a fantastic resource.

Infinite Adventures was originally intended to be in that book, but couldn't possibly fit. WRG is 840 pages--the absolute maximum that DTRPG allows for printed hardcovers. Infinite Adventures contains descriptions of the points of interest. If you're looking to populate your world--any world--with mini-adventures or encounters, then Infinite Adventures is what you're looking for; that's exactly what it was designed to help with.

If you're looking to have points of interest fully fleshed out in a campaign world ready to use, then the combination of the two is essential....See more
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Jason P March 07, 2023 10:24 pm UTC
Ultimately, my goal is to get both the WRG and the Omnibus (1) -- with Omnibus 2 coming later in the year, that's great to hear! Thank you for your response, it was very helpful! And a fellow Jason P!??! You gotta be a great guy with a name like that! lol
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Jason P March 17, 2023 2:35 pm UTC
Just purchased and although it's chock-full of stuff to keep me busy for MONTHS, I will be sure to write a review and I also hope that Omnibus 2 sees the light of day this year and I am looking forward to it! (*please let there be a sale, please let there be a sale or at least a Bundle of Omnibus 1 and 2*) ;) Thanks again!
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J. E March 17, 2023 5:52 pm UTC
Yay! So glad you're enjoying :)

And yes, I'll make sure anyone who has the Omnibus 1 will get discounts on the upcoming Volumes 7-12 and Omnibus 2. :) Opt in to emails from DTRPG to make sure you get the links!
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Jason P November 18, 2023 7:41 am UTC
How close is Omnibus 2 to being released?
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J. E December 19, 2023 5:41 pm UTC
Wanted to follow up on this: I got distracted by other commitments and priorities and will, perhaps obviously, *not* be publishing Omnibus 2 this year. Fingers crossed for 2024 however, and thanks for your interest!
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Martin H December 29, 2023 3:55 pm UTC
Just wanted to say that I am, too, looking very much forward to Omnibus 2! Hope you manage to get this published this upcoming year :)
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Keith J. D February 27, 2023 5:40 pm UTC
Hi, in the past you've sent complimentary copies of the individual titles. Will you do so again? I don't see anything for volumes 3 and 6. We have the individual files via this title, but I do like being able to square up my OBS library so it shows me at a glance if I have the content or not.

Thank you! Both for doing so (if you choose to) and more, for creating this massive work in the first place.
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J. E February 27, 2023 5:50 pm UTC
Hiya... thanks for reaching out! Everyone who has the Omnibus should also have each of the individual Volumes as well.

As the saying goes, if one person is asking a question, chances are good that many others share the same question... so I just sent out an email to everyone who owns the Omnibus with explicit links to grab each of the individual Volumes.

If anyone runs into problems doing that via the links, or if you've purchased the Omnibus but have not received the mentioned list of links, please reach out to me at infiniumGameStudios [at] gmail [dot] com and include your DTRPG Omnibus order number.

This will be even more important for those who are interested in ordering softcovers of any of the individual Volumes... that option is coming in March hopefully.

I appreciate everyone's patience with all of the chaos... this, like most of the things I write, turned out to be quite a bit bigger than anticipated, which is a bit of a hassle for completionists...See more
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Keith J. D February 27, 2023 6:05 pm UTC
I see that, thank you! I didn't ask for the Common Reference Booklet (it was in my wishlist) but I see you've included that also.

As you might understand, I too am a completionist (and have invested a great deal of time in tuning calibre to manage my library), so having the full complement as discrete titles helps me -- both organizationally, and intellectually/emotionally :)

(For my own titles, I usually go the other way: the omnibus get bundled with the individual titles, for free... if you've invested in the series as I released them, you get the omnibus free. I haven't tried releasing something as a 'subscription' model such as this omnibus, because I am not confident in my delivering regularly on schedule...)

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Keith J. D February 27, 2023 6:08 pm UTC
I see the Common Reference Booklet link is the print version at a price of $12.50. Was that deliberate? No problem if it is, the content is after all in the other PDFs so this is a price break on the print copy... but I suspect it might not have been your intent.
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J. E February 27, 2023 7:04 pm UTC
I get what you're saying--the way I released these in particular, though, folks had the option to buy the Omnibus right from the release of Volume 2. Almost nobody bought the individual Volumes from 2-6 for that reason--the Omnibus was just an obscenely good value compared to the individual V's.

To clarify, the Omnibus isn't intended as a "subscription", really--it's just a way of releasing the content in pieces so nobody would have to wait a full 6 months to get at it. Originally, in fact, this content was envisioned to simply be one of the sections in the Western Realm Gazetteer... and that book itself finished at 840 pages, so ain't no way this stuff was fitting in there. :)
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J. E February 27, 2023 7:09 pm UTC
Yep, the intent is to provide a discount on the hardcopy of all of this to the folks who already bought it as a PDF.
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Keith J. D February 27, 2023 7:35 pm UTC
Oh, wasn't trying to try to get you to change how you do things, I'm happy with how this came about. I was more saying I do something similar... but because I am not confident in my ability to deliver regularly and on time, I do it the other way around. :)
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Keith J. D February 27, 2023 7:37 pm UTC
Okay, more than fair enough, that's generous. I don't have the Common Reference Booklet in PDF (separate from the omnibus PDFs, that is). No worries!
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J. E March 07, 2023 10:12 pm UTC
For those watching: The underlying issue here has been corrected, and a new discount link sent out to those who already own the Omnibus but want a softcover of the CRB.

Thanks again to Keith and others who pointed my mistake out.

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J. E February 27, 2023 2:56 pm UTC
Now available in mammoth hardcover!

As a reminder, the content in the Common Reference Booklet is ALSO included in EACH of the INDIVIDUAL Infinite Adventures books. It is provided as a separate listing for those wishing to print it as its own book, as it literally could not fit in the Omnibus hardcover.

If you already own a copy of the PDF of the Omnibus, I'll be sending out a discount code via email later today for those interested in ordering the hardcopy at a reduced price to reflect your existing investment.

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February 26, 2023 1:15 pm UTC
Are the I-Z PoIs going to be in this product as well once written?
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J. E February 27, 2023 3:34 pm UTC
Great question... no. They will be in a separate Omnibus 2. This Omnibus is already at the limits of what a single book is allowed to be sized at.
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February 27, 2023 6:28 pm UTC
Were you aware of that issue when you initially created the Omnibus? While I don't mind paying the extra, it is somewhat irritating to discover that what was marketed as a subscription to the complete set of Infinite Adventures will eventually in fact only be a subscription to about 1/3 of them.
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J. E February 27, 2023 7:13 pm UTC
To clarify, the Omnibus was not and is not intended as a "subscription", really--it's just a way of releasing the content in pieces so nobody would have to wait a full 6 months to get at it. From the beginning, it stated that it covers volumes 1-6, and does. Sorry for any misunderstanding.

All in all, between Omnibus 1 and 2, it will almost certainly be over 1,600 pages of content for about $40... unparalleled in my experience. Consider, too, that I've seen countless examples of indie "point of interest" style mini-PDFs regularly go for $1-$3 apiece... there's an argument that this first Omnibus alone has over $150 of value.

Of course, your assessment of value is your own, and you're free to disagree. Hope you enjoy whatever pieces you end up buying and/or using!
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J. E February 18, 2023 8:22 pm UTC
Talking About Games has their review up of the entire Omnibus :)
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John H February 09, 2023 4:31 pm UTC
Does this work for Pathfinder 2e or just 1e. Silly question I know, just making sure.
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J. E February 09, 2023 4:40 pm UTC
Hi John--Not a silly question at all. "Yes, but it doesn't matter as much as you may be worried about" is the short answer.

Most of the value here is system-agnostic ideas, tables, and descriptions.

The intro and utility tables do provide system-specific rules language for the "supported" systems: 5E, Pathfinder first edition, Pathfinder Second Edition, OSR, and DCC.

You can get a sense of this approach in this screenshot:

You can also take a look at the previews in the individual Volume listings to get a better sense of the detail involved, or download the free Infinite Adventures Abbey for a single complete POI. (I'll admit the Abbey is not the best one, but it was alphabetically first in the list, so.)

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John H February 09, 2023 4:53 pm UTC
Beautiful. Thank you. You make some wonderful products.
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J. E February 09, 2023 3:55 pm UTC
It's done! All six volumes are now available for download.

In addition, the single-book, complete Omnibus PDF is available for download. Weighing in at 815 pages just for POI content, it was literally too big to fit into a single book (max is 840).

So I spawned off the Events, Quirks, general POI rules, creature modifiers, and utility tables sections that are common to all of the IA volumes into a separate PDF: the Common Reference Booklet. This PDF is included FREE in the Omnibus listing and is available to download now.

Finally, I've received many requests from folks to have the Common Reference Booklet content available as a separate hardcopy. I will be setting that listing up soon for those interested. Anyone who owns the Omnibus, or ANY of the individual Volumes, will receive a FREE PDF copy of that listing, and a discount link via email to order the softcover CRB at reduced price given that you already own the contents. Stay tuned for all of that :)
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J. E February 09, 2023 2:57 pm UTC
An updated version of this title is now available. In IAV05, Fields of the Colossi has been updated to contain So You Find Yourself Here, and Quests. Apologies for the glitch that had left these sections blank previously.

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J. E January 17, 2023 2:57 am UTC
Sorry for the delay, but everyone who owns this Omnibus should have received an email today from DTRPG giving them a FREE copy of Volume 5.

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