A Collection of Character Inspiration
Bring your characters alive...
...then keep them that way!
PC Pearls is an indispensable tool for players and GMs seeking
to invest their characters with personality, depth, motivations, and drives.
Included herein are tables and treatises addressing every facet of a character's
history, each designed to spark the imagination and bring your character
to life! This inspiration is presented alongside the adventuring wisdom
of Lord Bedlam Havok, survivor par excellence, who was once heard to remark:
"I don't have to be faster than the dragon, just faster than you."
PC Pearls: Because no PC should ever be a meat-shield.
Rules Set: Systems-neutral, designed to be used with any RPG
Now Fan Review: 5 stars. "It's full of unusual and serious advice,
with sprinklings of levity that caught me off guard and had me laughing
Now Staff Review: 5 stars. "This system-less PDF should be at every
gaming table, every game. Whether you are a player or a dungeon master,
it is an amazing reference tool for players to use."
4 stars. "Has some useful advice while being entertaining."
Fan Reviews: 5 stars in three reviews. "The writers who brought us
GM Gems have done it again. This book is simply fantastic. It draws you
in, and you don't even want it to let go."
Project Manager: Greg Oppedisano
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preview of PC Pearls!
Project Developers: Rone Barton, Adam Daigle, and Steve Greer
Writers: Lou Agresta, Rone Barton, Clinton Boomer, Russell Brown, Liz
Courts, Adam Daigle, Ashavan Doyon, Jonathan Drain, Scott Gable, Tom Ganz,
Stephen Greer, Dave Hall, Stefan Happ, Ed Healy, Tim Hitchcock, Michael
Kortes, Phil Larwood, John Ling, Hal Maclean, James MacKenzie, Rob Manning,
Greg Oppedisano, Edward Reed, Dave Schwarz, Craig Shackleton, Willie Walsh
Editor: Aeryn "Blackdirge" Rudel
Art Director and Graphic Designer: jim pinto
Cover Artist: Scott Purdy
Interior Artist: William McAusland
Publisher: Joseph Goodman
GMG4372, 48 pages, $12.99