Founded in 1998, Louis Porter, Jr. Design, Inc. is a dedicated game publishing company specializing in the development of high-energy action and hyper-kinetic adventure settings. Louis Porter, Jr. Design has developed into several other brand imprints most recently, Devil’s Workshop. Focusing on innovative and groundbreaking design and development, Louis Porter, Jr. Design games are enjoyable for both veteran and new gamers alike.
This supplement is perfect addition sourcebook to fans of Wild West genre D20 games. The Wild West Feats supplement has near 40 feats that are perfect to be used in classic Wild West based d20 Modern games. This 7 page PDF is just the sort of thing needed for GMs to add depth to any great d20 Modern campaign world focusing on the old Wild West. Written by Louis Porter Jr. ... [click here for more]
This supplement is perfect addition sourcebook to fans of Wild West genre D20 games. The Wild West Feats 2 supplement has near 40 feats that are perfect to be used in classic Wild West based d20 Modern games. ... [click here for more]
The charging stallion. The trusted steed. The wild mustang- all these are staples of the old west. A man's horse can figure almost as highly in local legends and history as the man himself, and they certainly add to the outlaw's image. This isn't all they do, however. Horses can be powerful, dynamic and useful allies for anyone looking to build their own legend. This 6 page PDF is just the sort of... [click here for more]
The first all black regiments formed in peace time, the Ninth and Tenth Calvary regiments and five regiments of infantry, the 24th, 25th , 38th , 39th, 40th and 41st, were formed to fight the Indian Wars on 1866. Composed of black soldiers led by white officers, these units were eventually named the Buffalo Soldiers by the Indians for their stamina and courage. Not only did the Buffalo Soldiers face... [click here for more]
The Texas Rangers is a valuable, courageous, and respectable role throughout the early troubled years of Texas. In 1821, Stephen F. Austin, known as the "Father of Texas," made a contract to bring 300 families to the Spanish province, which now is Texas. By 1823, more than 600 to 700 people were in Texas, from the various portions of the United who settled not far from the Gulf of Mexico. There was... [click here for more]