British Raj: A Masque of the Red Death Guide to British India
REQURIES: MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH PLAYERS GUIDE by Jeremy Forbing to fully utilize all the rules within. Modifications and tweaks can be made with some work to use for traditional D&D 5e games. This book can be download on the DMs Guild website.
New Optional Possession Madness Rule.
Discussion on Genies and Rakshasas in Gothic Earth
4 New Monsters: bhuta, jhinjhar, pisacha and vetala
3 New Villiains of Gothic India
2 New Skills: Market and Sports
4 New Archetypes: Ascetic, Frontier Warrior, Raja and Sepoy
5 New Martial Disciplines: Guerilla Warrior, Martial Artist, Mysorean Rocketeer, Parthian Shot and Skirmisher.
8 New Forbidden Lore Fragments: Ascetic Devotion, Chakra Mastery, Evil Eye, Exorcist, Hijra Fertility Blessing, Indian Rope Trick, Tharman Kya (Tiger Spirit), Voluntary Spirit Possession.
7 New Sleuth Specialist Techniques: Eunuch, Indian Civil Service Agent, Lascar, Mahout, Moonshi, Pundit and Zemindar.
3 New Spells: Avert Evil Eye, Exorcism and Heart Rip.
DUNGEON MASTER TOOLS
4 New Qabals: Nine Unknown Men, Parmahansa Mandali, Theological Society and Thuggee. Brief discussion of the Vistani.
A brief Gazetteer tour of Indian under the British Raj, including secrets and lore.
5 Adventures in Gazetteer.
A Glossary full of Indian and Anglo-Indian terms used in British India.
2 New Magic Items in Gothic India.
SOCIETY IN BRITISH INDIA
A discussion about role-playing respectfully in Indian culture.
New Optional rules called: Social Tension Levels
A brief discussion of Hijra; the Third gender in India.
A brief overview on caste and religion throughout India.
A Discussion of 3 Styles of play supported by this product: Historical, Masque and Fantasy India.
100 Trinkets of British India table.
Equipment and Gear of India
10 New Weapons of India; including the Mysorean Rocket and the infamous Bagh Nakh (Tiger Claws).
A Brief Discussion on the Whose who of Gothic India.
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