Sunday, May 7, 2017

Oaths of the Ridermark Cover

Heya folks,

Just wanted to pass along the new cover for the latest upcoming The One Ring product, Oaths of the Riddermark.  The beautiful cover is by Sam Manley, check out the suspicious looking character on the right side just behind the king!

From Cubicle7:

Oaths of the Riddermark is a collection of connected adventures that take your company of bold adventurers through events in Rohan, and the trials of Thengel King, the father of Theoden. It’s a rip-roaring set of scenarios, and we’re really excited about it! It is the accompanying volume to Horselords of Rohan.

This sounds like another fantastic looking product to look forward to, I'll have my review up once I have a copy in my hands!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Mutant Crawl Classics Store is up!

Hey folks,

Goodman games Mutant Crawl Classic RPG product page is up!  There are six adventures listed, you can check out the beautiful covers by Doug Kovacs, Stefan Poag and Peter Mullen. All of the covers are fantastic, but the Mullen cover is amazing, what great colors!   Each adventure has a little blurb giving an overview but as of right now you cannot order any of them.  What you CAN pre-order is the MCC RPG core rulebook in one of three versions.  Regular, Green Foil and Leatherbound.  Some great looking stuff I cannot wait to get my grubby hands on!

Check it out here: MCC RPG Product Page

Monday, May 1, 2017

Swordfish Islands: Hexcrawl Adventures on Hot Springs Island - Kickstarter

The Swordfish Islands: Hexcrawl Adventures Kickstarter is done in a little over 24 hours.  Here's a quick overview:

Hot Springs Island is a high fantasy sandbox adventure setting that can be used with any table top role playing game. It's comprised of two books: One for players and one for the game master.

A Field Guide to Hot Springs
Island is a fully illustrated, 240 page book for players. It is written "in-character" and can be used by characters in the game world to help identify plants and monsters, translate ancient languages, and as a resource of advice and rumors.

The Dark of Hot Springs Island is the game master's book. It is a fully illustrated 192 page book. Hot Springs Island is a hexcrawl, and the Dark contains all the details needed to run a sandbox game there. There are 75 locations on the island, and 26 maps ranging from ogre villages to a ruined elven city to the volcanic lair of a vain efreet. Seven factions, 87 interconnected non-player characters and 300 problematic treasures are sure to generate plenty of lingering repercussions each time your players make a decision. Finally, 448 random events and encounter motivations help ensure that every play-through of Hot Springs Island can explode into wildly different outcomes from the same basic parameters.

Its system neutral and all of the writing is done.  Kickstarter funds are going towards editing, printing and shipping.  It looks fantastic and you can support it in .pdf or print.  Make sure you jump in before this beautiful looking hex-crawl campaign ends!

Head on over HERE to support this project!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

DCC Lankhmar - Kickstarter - 10 hours left!

Heya folks!

I just wanted to get up a quick post for people that are unaware Goodman Games is in the last ten hours of their DCC Lankhmar Kickstarter project.  Head on over here to pledge:

DCC Lankhmar

The campaign is roughly $7,000 away from a DCC Lankhmar themed Judges Screen, which would be a pretty sweet addon.  There are options to support this in both .pdf or print AND there are lots of addon's like a copy of the DCC RPG 4th printing rulebook or your very own copy of Rat-Snake, the Lankhmar inspired dice game that Fritz Leiber's characters play in his stories.

If you a fan of DCC RPG or Lankhmar you need to support this Kickstarter!

Take care folks, more to come soon!

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

My Favorite Artists - Michael Prescott

I would like to introduce you all Michael Prescott, he's an RPG artist that runs the I'll See It When I Believe It blog and Trilemma Adventures.  He self publishes one, two and three page system agnostic adventures that he beautifully illustrates himself.  His style is clean and sharp and he has a fantastic sense of perspective.  He runs a Patreon campaign here: Michael Prescott is creating adventures!  Head on over and support him for as little as $1.00 per adventure! I really appreciate Michael doing this interview, to learn more about him read on after the break!