All the Classic Era Doctors. Their companions. Their enemies. Locations from across the Classic programmes. A complete, standalone game with all new card art, materialising soon on Planet Earth in a silver-foil-stamped box.
We're pleased to announce that the latest edition of the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game is available to pre-order now! All pre-orders come with a complimentary version of the PDF. The PDF version is also available to buy separately from DriveThruRPG too. You can also pre-order it at your local games store. Stores participating in the Bits and Mortar scheme also come with a complementary PDF.
The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game is a hardback rulebook containing all the rules, monsters, background and characters you need to start having your own adventures through time and space right away! Scroll down to read an FAQ about the latest edition.
The latest edition of the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook will be available to pre-order from tomorrow, so we thought we’d share 5 reasons why you should be playing Doctor Who right now!
The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game is a hardback rulebook containing all the rules, monsters, background and characters you need to start having your own adventures through time and space right away!
Regenerated and ready for adventure, the new edition of the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game will be available to preorder later this week! In today’s blog we take a look inside.
The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game is a hardback rulebook containing all the rules, monsters, background and characters you need to start having your own adventures through time and space right away! Read More.
On the shelves of US gaming stores this week – our deluxe Cthulhu Britannica: London boxed set for Call of Cthulhu! It will be available to buy in stores in the rest of the world soon. And don’t forget – if your gaming store participates in the Bits & Mortar program, you can get a free PDF copy of Cthulhu Britannica: London if you buy it there too!
Cthulhu Britannica: London is a deluxe boxed setting supplement for Call of Cthulhu, the ultimate resource for running games set in 1920s London. It contains three books - including a guide to London, Keeper's information and complete adventures - die-cut card handouts and poster-sized maps.
"They were not altogether crows, nor moles,
nor buzzards, nor ants, nor vampire bats,
nor decomposed human beings; but something
I cannot and must not recall."
– H. P. Lovecraft, "The Festival"
Art by Scott Purdy.
We've been very quiet here and on social media since Gen Con, and we've had lots of enquiries asking if we're all OK. We are!
The reasons for this quiet patch have been twofold: firstly the team have been taking it in turns to get their summer holidays post Kickstarter and Gen Con. July and August were the craziest yet at Cubicle 7, and so we're taking in turns to regain our strength.
Outside of summer breaks we've all been fantastically busy! We're working on a ton of projects for the rest of 2015 and well into 2016. A lot of these will have to remain under wraps for now. Some we'll be talking about soon. Social media and blogging have taken a back seat temporarily while we get to work on these various projects.
Now seems like a good time to do a quick update on some of our projects in progress.
We're setting back into work after another hugely successful Gen Con! Here's a quick run down on what happened at the show.
We had several new releases at Gen Con, but something we've made a point of mentioning for the last couple of years is that we make and release great games all year round not just at Gen Con.
Debuting at the show this year were Keltia, SOE Handbook, The Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set, Ruins of the North and The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook and some specially flown in copies of The Lone Wolf Adventure Game.
It's that time of year again, when the Cubicle 7 team pack up our satchels and head off to Indianapolis for Gen Con!
You can find us at booth 337 in the exhibit hall. We'll have some exciting guests and a bunch of new games at the show, all of which are detailed under the cut!
A little while back we showed off the cover to the new edition of the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, featuring the Twelfth Doctor and his adventures for the first time. Much like the Doctor himself, the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game has had a few different faces in its time. However, just like the Doctor, beneath the covers is the same game we’ve always known and loved.
In today’s blog, let’s take a look at them all!