Last week we unveiled the cover to The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook, shared a free extract from Ruins of the North and took a moment to celebrate one of the Doctor’s finest villains, the Rani. We’ve got a busy week ahead of us this week: The Curse of Nineveh is up for pre-order tomorrow, it’s GM’s Day on Wednesday and we’ll be taking a look at an awesome new product for Cthulhu Britannica.
As we’ve just mentioned, our new Call of Cthulhu campaign, The Curse of Nineveh, goes on pre-order tomorrow and The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook is up for pre-order not long after – but did you know there are fans out there who have already got their hands on both PDFs already?
If you backed our Cthulhu Britannica: London Kickstarter at any reward level, you’ll have received a rather hefty Friday treat in your inbox this afternoon – the first of our stretch goals, a PDF of The Curse of Nineveh.
The Curse of Nineveh is a new 224-page campaign for Call of Cthulhu 7th edition set in London in 1925, written by a fantastic team of authors. If you missed out on the Kickstarter, don’t worry – you’ll be able to pre-order your own copy very soon indeed.
Yesterday we showed you the cover to the forthcoming Ninth Doctor Sourcebook, which is heading out to subscribers soon.
With the Ninth Doctor, we’re firmly into the modern era of Doctor Who – so we thought it high time we took a look back at the classic era of Doctor Who, and the first seven Doctor Sourcebooks.
Today we're pleased to present the cover of The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook, the forthcoming supplement for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space.
The sourcebook acts as a guide to the Ninth Doctor's adventures, including character sheets for his companions and write-ups of all the aliens he encountered. The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook is heading to subscribers soon, and will be available to pre-order in the near future.
30 years ago this month, a new villain appeared on our TV screens, quickly becoming one of the Doctor’s most unpredictable foes – the renegade Time Lord known as the Rani.
The Rani first made her appearance in the Doctor Who episode, The Mark of the Rani, back in February 1985, played by Kate O’Mara (who sadly died last year). She appears in The Sixth Doctor Sourcebook and The Seventh Doctor Sourcebook too, so we thought we’d take a closer look at this fantastic character!
Not only did last week see The Trail of the Scorpion appear in stores, a preview of the art for The Curse of Nineveh and a teaser trailer for the World War Cthulhu Kickstarter, but also Ruins of the North, the latest supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game, was released.
This week’s no less busy, with another peek at World War Cthulhu, a spotlight on one of the Doctor’s most infamous villains and more besides!
But first, check out this free sample from Ruins of the North and find out more about the adventures your company can embark upon west over the Misty Mountains.
This Spring we’re bringing World War Cthulhu to Kickstarter, allowing us to fully realise this set of era-spanning Call of Cthulhu settings with the quality and focus of The Darkest Hour.
World War Cthulhu is our range of settings for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game, spanning the conflicts of the 20th century – and beyond! – and pitching players into a struggle against two existential threats, the Cthulhu Mythos and humanity’s own darkest aspects.
The first of these settings, World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour, focused on World War Two, but World War Cthulhu does not end there.
The Curse of Nineveh is an epic campaign set in London, for Call of Cthulhu. A hardcover volume clocking in at 224 pages, it provides the perfect set of horrifying investigations to accompany the Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set. The Curse of Nineveh is almost complete, so we thought we'd share some artwork from the book.
The Trail of the Scorpion, the epic campaign for Rocket Age, is out today in all good US games stores! Books are en route for the UK and other destinations.
The Trail of the Scorpion contains a thrilling series of adventures that span the length and breadth of the Solar System, and can be played alone or linked together to form the first Rocket Age campaign!
Ruins of the North for The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available to purchase now from DrivethruRPG and RPGNow!
As well as being available to purchase now as a PDF, you can also pre-order the print supplement at our webstore here, or at your local games store - Participating Bits and Mortar retailers also offer a PDF copy on pre-order.
Ruins of the North comprises six standalone adventures for The One Ring that can be played as an epic campaign across Eriador and is the companion volume to Rivendell.