Month: December 2021

Playable Race: Dracovi

In Cloak & Coin, the Dracovi are a sworn to serve dragons and often encountered as threats to player characters. But, there is no reason that a player could not choose to play a dracovi. The origins of the dracovi are not known. In the Epic of Githgamari, they are spoken of as coming from

The Mechanism of Ruya

COMING JANUARY 2022! Welcome to the world of Cloak & Coin! This adventure, The Mechanism of Ruya, will introduce your players to the lands of the Six Cities Confederacy, the ever-shifting politics of the city of Faeil Dair, and the shadowy life of a cloak – an adventurer working for the factions and Chartered Houses

Different Paths

By Rachel Ciaran It was the perfect night for cloaking secrets. There were no stars—just the faint nocturnal light from the moon above, pale-faced and mournful, and the lanterns swinging from the doors of taverns, pubs, and apothecaries. Ziva, ever-aware, ever-conscious, saw the poor and the lost crouching outside of crumbling buildings, holding out their

Languages of Aer’ath – Santári

This is the first in a series of articles on the languages of Aer’ath – languages constructed by Frederico Schroeder. Details on the phonology and orthography of the language is available in the PDF linked below, but here you find an overview of the language – writing and phrases that can be used to bring

Iconic Personalities – Celadine

Every setting has its iconic personalities. This is the first in a series of posts that introduces some of the iconic personalities in Cloak & Coin. Whether they make an appearance in your campaign is up to you. Even if you choose to introduce them, always keep in mind that they should not overshadow the

Determining Ability Scores

There are a variety of ways to generate the six ability scores (Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma) that help define what your character can do in the game. Cloak & Coin Standard MethodIn the world of Aer’ath, characters are heroes above the cut, but they are not super-heroic. This method creates characters with

The Past Always Catches Up

by Rachel Ciaran The dark swept in on black wings that evening, the sky scattered with stars that swung dizzily through the veils of remaining light. Inside of the Red Roan, though, the night had come alive: barmaids drifting through the press of bodies with ale on twin platters, raucous laughter that shook the ceiling
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