Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Some Nephilim for your Halls

Odds are that if you check in on my blog, you're already aware of this, but I wanted to point out that Justin Isaac of Halls of the Nephilim has just put out a great little supplement for Swords & Wizardry focusing on...well, the Nephilim...

It's four pages of material (plus cover and OGL) well worth the $0.99 price tag.  You get the Nephil as a racial class, four different types of Nephilim as monsters, and some magic items...along with a very interesting racial background that, honestly, could probably be accepted by some theologians who seriously ponder the origins of these giants.  This is clearly a lovingly crafted work, which I guess is what you'd expect from a dude who calls his blog Halls of the Nephilim...!

You can find it on RPGNow right here...and should find use for it in a traditional fantasy game as well as in adventures inspired by the Nephilim.

Heck, maybe you could even (as suggested by Tim Brannan) take some inpiration from Ken Ham himself and have a little campaign based on the world as some believe it was...

Looks like fun to me...!


  1. Thank you for your kind words, my friend. It's a short pdf, but it's definitely a labor of love. That Ken Ham idea is a fantastic one!

    1. It is a fantastic idea...ALMOST so fantastic you'd swear it couldn't have really happened! :)

      But hey, I'm not an archaeologist...