Michael Wolf over at Stargazer's World has published an interview with Airship Pirates RPG designers Peter Cakebread and Ken Walton and Abney Park lead singer and creator Captain Robert Brown. You can check the interview out here!
The game is currently available through all good hobby and book stores and can also be ordered through our webstore or as PDF only through RPGNow.
The eagerly awaited "Abney Park's Airship Pirates" RPG is now available to buy in both print and PDF! Copies recently arrived with retail stores worldwide and the PDF is also now live and available to buy by itself.
Airship Pirates is also part of the Bits & mortar scheme, which means you can get a complimentary PDF of the game when you buy the physical book through participating retail stores. For more information about Bits & mortar please check out their website (details below).
If you don't have a local retailer you can buy online from our own webstore and qualify for the complimentary PDF too!
With a crew of drunken pilots
We're the only airship pirates
We're full of hot air and we're starting to rise
We're the terror of the skies but a danger to ourselves
From the music of renowned steampunk band Abney Park
From the true (honest!) tales of Captain Robert of the airship Ophelia
Moon Design Publications and Cubicle 7 have just officially signed a distribution deal. This means that starting later this year you will be able to buy Moon Design books in a wider range of game stores, online sellers, and convention booths, as well as directly from the Cubicle 7 and Moon Design webstores.
The books themselves – the HeroQuest Core Rules; Sartar: Kingdom of Heroes; and the Sartar Companion - are not new editions, but those distributed by Cubicle 7 will now also bear the Cubicle 7 logo in addition to Moon Design and Issaries.
"We at Moon Design are very much looking forward to all of the opportunities this print and distribution deal has to offer. Moon Design can focus on writing, art, and the creative side of the business, while Cubicle 7will focus on distribution and promotion. Dom McDowall-Thomas and Angus Abranson from Cubicle Seven are two of the best guys in the RPG business and we’re just happy as trolls with a brontosaurus carcass to be working with them." wrote Jeff Richards on Moon Designs website.
The first three books, inlcuidng the core HeroQuest Rulebook, are scheduled to be released this Fall.
For more about Moon Design and HeroQuest please check out their website: http://moondesignpublications.com