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One topic which tends to terrify beginning fiction writers, as well as fledgling roleplaying game designers and Game Masters, is that of world building.
The classic RPG setting of The Mutant Chronicles has returned to print and PDF by way of Modiphius Entertainment. The updated and revamped third edition is hitting the scene with the Dark Symmetry Core Book as well as a Player's Guide.
The first Third Eye Games supplement for Part-Time Gods of Fate has been released and it promises plenty of new magical items and places of worship for the players' home brewed deities.
In celebration of the third issue recently arriving, Sentinel Hill Press is providing a thirty-eight page demo issue of The Arkham Gazette absolutely free.
Frequent visitors to TGG know I’m a pretty big fan of Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu and a huge junkie when it comes to anything having to do with H.P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu mythos. CofC (as we’ve always liked to abbreviate the title) has been a long time favorite RPG of mine as I spent nearly two decades running adventures using the system.
Eloy Lasanta's Third Eye Games has a new roleplaying game hitting and you have to admit the setting is pretty interesting. In Storm Battalion, war rages across North America as nations vie for not only territory but to harness the mysterious power of supernatural storms raging across Canada.
Amazingly, the RuneQuest roleplaying game setting of Glorantha, is nearing its 50th anniversary. In celebration there's a Moon Design Kickstarter currently running to bring the classic second edition of the RuneQuest rules back to print.
Although only launching a couple days ago, the expansions for the Mindjammer science fiction RPG have already hit their initial funding goal on Kickstarter.
Cubicle 7 has sliced out a very nice niche for themselves with their line of Cthulhu Britannica releases over the past few years and titles such as Shadows Over Scotland, Folklore, Avalon, and the initial adventure book (bearing the series name) have not only been exceptionally well received by gamers but have won a slew of awards too.
It's that time of year again as the various DriveThru sites are once again having a Halloween sale alongside the annual hidden Jack-o-Lantern hunt. Now is the perfect time to save on plenty of roleplaying games...
One of the big Cubicle 7 releases at this year’s Gen Con was the Lone Wolf Adventure Game and the boxed set was certainly doing brisk sales at the C7 booth. Older gamers will no doubt recall author Joe Dever’s “create your own adventure” books which hit bookstores all over the world in the mid-1980s.