Two New PDFs: Kathryn the Red and Sub-Saharan Africa

We have two new PDFs for you this week, one Rogues Gallery entry and one for Atlas of Earth-Prime, for Mutants & Masterminds.

Rogues Gallery: Kathryn the Red (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Kathryn the Red (PDF)

Rogues Gallery: Kathryn the Red

Mystery, New Hampshire has a legend about a headless horsewoman known as Kathryn the Red. She’s a spirit of vengeance from the time of the American Revolution that can be summoned to carry out revenge by anyone willing to pay her price. But she also returns on her own from time to time in order to hunt down seemingly random people. Can she ever be stopped?

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Atlas of Earth-Prime: Sub-Saharan Africa

Atlas of Earth-Prime: Sub-Saharan Africa

Atlas of Earth-Prime: Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is what most people think of when they picture Africa in their minds, and this region is the subject of this week’s Atlas of Earth-Prime. Inside is information about Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, the Republic of Kenya, the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republic of Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the high-tech nation of Dakana, the Republic of Botswana, the Republic of Malawi, the Republic of South Africa and many more nations. Learn about Project Hive, meet the Hellscreamer, Prime Detective, the living goddess Ayesha, the members of the Gathering of Heroes, and the villains they face off against.

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  • Evan Sass

    Evan (he/him) got his start in tabletop games in 1995, as a co-founder of Rubicon Games. Among other tabletop games, he worked on Cranium, Cranium Hullabaloo, and the Pokémon trading card game. RPGs he has edited for include Everway, Ork! The Roleplaying Game, Spaceship Zero, Warhammer Fantasy second edition, the d20 System, A Song of Ice and Fire, Mutants & Masterminds, Dragon Age, Fantasy AGE, Modern AGE, Blue Rose, Pathfinder, Critical Role (5e), and The Expanse RPG. He has been managing our web sites since about 2002. He co-designed Walk the Plank, our card game of piratical trick taking, currently available in print-on-demand format via