Genjitsu Games


September 28, 2007:
Simplified Gun Skills for Iron Kngdoms
October 10, 2005:
Blades of Purpose Sample Art
April 1, 2005:
Golems & Goldfish
February 26, 2005:
A Flock of Foes Sample Art
November 24, 2004:
Metablades art samples
October 29, 2004:
A Flock of Foes Hallowe'en preview
July 14, 2004:
Alternate multiclassing restrictions
March 15, 2004:
Self-charging staves
February 23, 2004:
Subrace racial levels
January 14, 2004:
Expanded Monk Class
January 9, 2004:
Turning Generalized
November 3, 2003:
Fighter Feat Prerequisites
October 20, 2003:
Artifacts of Martial Magic
October 20, 2003:
Metablade Spells for Arcana Unearthed
October 20, 2003:
Feat Templates
October 3, 2003:
Feat Descriptors

Most of the time we in the gaming industry take our monsters pretty seriously. After all, they form the foundation for a lot of your gameplay, and they need to fit that role, serving as tough combatants, challenging riddlers, adept betrayers, and occasionally unlikely heroes.

Every now and then, though, the urge comes over us to get just a little bit...there's no other word for it...silly. Still we like to hope that these efforts won't go to waste. Without further ado, we present heaven's mildest vengeance, the most comical bird in the nether realms, an entirely new use for a sheep, and the deadliest aquarium to be found in a mage's tower.