Age of Terror

A couple of years ago I started working on an idea to use the Dragon Age RPG to run games set in the world of the Diablo computer games. I wrote a few posts on Dragon Age Oracle covering the idea, but then I was distracted by other things and didn’t do much work on the idea for a while. I recently started to work on it some more and have added a good amount of new stuff compared to what was in the old posts.

While I still plan to write more material, I have enough in the current draft that I want to start sharing it. You can view the current version here. If you read through it, please let me know if you have any feedback.


About Scott Boehmer

A game enthusiast and software engineer living near Seattle.

5 Responses to “Age of Terror”

  1. Good job picking a rule set that seems to work better with a different CRPG. Although, maybe take all the scores x1000 to mimic Diablo numbers🙂

  2. Wow, you have done some serious work there.

  3. Well, fantastic work. I don’t know if I will play with this stuff, however I steal it for sure. Also, it was a nice move to create the “rogue archer”.


  1. Age of Terror Updates | Glimm's Workshop - 13 June 2014

    […] posting it a few months ago, I’ve been continuing to add new content to my Age of Terror hack for using the Dragon Age RPG to play in the world of Diablo. It now contains 16 backgrounds […]

  2. Spellcasting Traditions in AGE | Glimm's Workshop - 9 June 2015

    […] One important change for spellcasting that I’m making is that rather than using the schools of magic from Dragon Age, I’ll instead be grouping spells into theme-based lores of magic. For example, some of the lores that I’m planning are Flames, Frost, Life, Death, and Storms. This is a similar approach to what I’ve used for my Diablo-themed Age of Terror. […]

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