“Do you want to come with me? But if you do I should warn you: you’re going to see all sorts of things. Ghosts from the past, aliens from the future, the day the Earth died in a ball of flame. It won’t be quiet, it won’t be safe and it won’t be calm, but I tell you what it will be: a trip of a lifetime!” – The Ninth Doctor
10 years ago today, after a hiatus of nearly a decade away from our TV screens, Doctor Who returned with the episode Rose – and started the trip of a lifetime that we’re still embarked upon today! On today’s blog, we thought we’d take a look at the past ten years of Doctor Who, through the lens of our own games and supplements!
To celebrate the PDF release of The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook (also available to pre-order here, or as part of the Bits and Mortar program at your local store) we're giving away a free preview: a complete write up of the two-part Ninth Doctor adventure, Aliens of London/World War Three.
The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space is available now in PDF over at RPGNow. It's also available for pre-order now at the Cubicle 7 webstore! If you pre-order at a participating brick and mortar retailer you can get the PDF as part of the Bits and Mortar program too.
The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook contains comprehensive write-ups on the Ninth Doctor's adventures, including the characters he meets, the aliens he faces and the gadgets he uses. It also contains character sheets for the Ninth Doctor and his companions (including Mickey, Jackie Tyler and Captain Jack), and comprehensive advice for not only running a game set in the Ninth Doctor's era but also for 'rebooting' your campaign to keep it fresh.
Welcome to Nu Who! The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space is available for pre-order now at the Cubicle 7 webstore! The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook is also available in PDF! If you pre-order at a participating brick and mortar retailer you can get the PDF as part of the Bits and Mortar program too.
The Ninth Doctor Sourcebook contains everything you need to roleplay in the Ninth Doctor's era - complete with a guide to his on-screen adventures.
For the past decade and more, March 4th has been firmly established on gamers’ calendars the world over as GM’s Day, the day to show your GM (or Keeper or DM or Storyteller) how much you appreciate them!
We’re celebrating GM’s Day with a massive sale on many of our PDFs over at DriveThruRPG – you can get 30% off some of our best products, from the brand-new Ruins of the North to the critically acclaimed Doctor Who Sourcebooks, and many more besides.
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?
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!
As part of our celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, we released a limited edition core rulebook for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game. It proved so popular that it quickly sold out with us – we shipped our last copies into distribution way back in October – so if you see a copy in stores, make sure you snap it up!
Well, today we’re pleased to show you the cover for the new core rulebook for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, which will be coming out this spring, and tell you a little about what’s in it.