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Adventures in the Hundred Kingdoms is a tabletop roleplaying game inspired by the folklore of the Philippine islands. Written by S. John Bateman and Illustrated by Caleb (@inannaperegrin).

AitHK is a game about normal people turned into heroes that go on epic adventures inspired by the epic poems of Ibálong and Hinilawod, to fight for the things they hold dear, while overcoming great obstacles, like stopping the Tandayag Boar, or sailing across the sea to the Eastern Sky. 

The game has a d6 system, and mechanics that allow the players to fight against monsters, verbally duel with the nobility, and summon diwata. All to accomplish those goals!

Characters earn experience points (XP) by physically fighting for the people and places that bond them to the physical world; whether that be their community or their lovers. They earn experience by overcoming obstacles that the GM places in front of them; like convincing the Datu to send his army against that Hantik hives. And characters can earn experience by using their character's traits to propel the narrative forward!

Included here are all the rules you need to play, layed out in an easily printable 8.5x11 pdf. AitHK includes 5 life paths, a skill and trait system, rules for play up to level 3, a system for combat, social conflict, and epic journeys across vast distances, and a section for the GM for how to run this all and pull the characters into dramatic situations!

CategoryPhysical game
GenreRole Playing
Average sessionA few hours
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer


Buy Now$3.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:

AdventuresintheHundredKingdoms.pdf 3 MB


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Adventures in the Hundred Kingdoms is a game full of flavour. The mechanics is simple, with two stats plus skills. I love how the writer creates a living, breathing setting with Filipino culture and folklore. From the Batuk'an whose tattoos tell of their combat prowess, to the currency system that uses bulawan (gold bits), pearls and gold barter rings; every detail helps paint this masterpiece of a setting.

thanks so much!