Based on your choices our friend in 1920s London, Neve Selcibuc headed to the British Museum. Read more about how that went her newly arrived postcard...
...and don't forget to email her your choice of advice on what she should do next!
Our Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set Kickstarter just unlocked the £30,000 stretch goal, and the set will now feature longer books, more maps, more handouts. If we unlock the campaign book stretch goal that will now be a longer book right away!
We've been truly staggered by the level of participation in Neve's postcard game and the success of the Kickstarter in just 2 days. Things have gone further and faster than we could ever have dreamed of. Do please bear with us whilst we catch up with supplying all the details that everyone is clamouring for!
Doctor Who Supplements
Aliens and Creatures
Defending the Earth: the UNIT sourcebook for DWAITAS
The Time Traveller's Companion for DWAITAS
The Doctors Sourcebooks
Doctor Who Downloads
The Doctor Who Card Game
Our Kickstarter has surpassed all expectations in it's first day. We're currently sitting at £21,000, with a bunch of stretch goals unlocked. Thank you, thank you, thank you. BE sure to swing by if you haven't done so already: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/461807648/cthulhu-britannica-london-call-of-cthulhu-rpg-boxe
Meanwhile, on another planet entirely:
Bring 'Em Back Alive: a 26 page Venusian adventure for Rocket Age by Ken Spencer: Available now for less than three of your Martian Dollars. Click here to go to RPGNow.
The Cthulhu Britannica London Boxed Set is now live on Kickstarter.
We want to make the ultimate boxed setting for 1920s London for the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game. Beautiful artwork to inspire you, gorgeous maps to lose yourself in, evocative tomes on the city and its Mythos secrets to terrify, enthral, and immerse you in the glamour and smog of the capital of the Empire.
This is a project that has been years in the making, and has attracted a huge amount of support from the community, with the biggest stumbling point is that smaller-volume print runs of boxed sets just don’t work financially. Kickstarter gives us the chance to overcome that hurdle and bring you the ultimate 1920s Cthulhu London setting.
As well as the fantastic boxed set, you can also get original content from a dazzling array of gaming luminaries. First up is a series of postcards you can use as inspiration or in-game handouts, with the initial postcard written by none other than Sandy Petersen. Sandy designed the Call of Cthulhu RPG, numerous other games and adventures, and most recently the Cthulhu Wars boardgame.
You can also get involved in the investigations of Neve Selcibuc, freshly returned from a troubling experience in Scotland, as she is drawn into the nefarious plots afoot in London.
Neve will be sending out regular postcards throughout the campaign, and you can help guide her through the wonders and horrors of London in the 1920s with your votes via email. When each postcard arrives you can chose one of the options, suggesting what Neve should do next. Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your chosen option in the subject line. The option with the most votes will be what Neve decides to do next!
The leaves are turning, the nights are drawing in, and the season is perfect to try out a new roleplaying game! At Cubicle 7 we're launching a series of amazing deals and discounts on some of our favourite and best selling lines, allowing you to jump right in with everything you'll need to try out something new this Fall.
The Fall Taster Bundle
Get it here.
The Call of Bundulhu! What horrors await in the quiet places of this green and pleasant land? Classic 1920s Call of Cthulu supplements set in the British Isles, Cthulhu Britannica offers a whole new country in which to explore, investigate and go mad facing unknowable horrors beyond the ken of man.
The Cthulhu Britannica Bundle features: Cthulhu Britannica, the original era-spanning anthology, Folklore - the indispensable guide to incorporating British myth into your Call of Cthulhu games, Avalon - the guide to the squamous horrors of Somerset, and the multi award-winning jewel in the gibbous CB crown - Shadows over Scotland.
Get it here.
Based on the darkly humorous novels of Charles Stross, The Laundry RPG is a reworking of the Call of Cthulhu rules for modern day investigations in the bureaucratic world of the British secret service. Charged with saving the world and balancing their budgets the good men and women of The Laundry have their work cut out for them.
Get it here.
Set in the era of the Warring States, Qin brings you epic adventure in China's ancient past. Enter the epic world of Warring States China, a world of colorful myths and timeless legends, bold wu xia and beautiful courtesans, wise scholars and scheming eunuchs, exorcists and monsters…. All await the daring exploits and noble deeds of a new generation of heroes.
Get it here.
Catch up with Victoriana 3rd Edition along with the pick of the 2nd Edition supplements, all of which are entirely compatible!
The Victoriana Bundle comprises: Victoriana 3rd Edition Corebook, The Havering Adventures, Faulkner's Millinery and Miscellanea,Marvels of Science and Steampunk, Faces in the Smoke 1,and Faces in the Smoke 2!
Get it here.
It’s always a busy time at Cubicle 7, but recently we’ve been busy with recruitment. We're delighted to announce that we’ve added four new members of staff whose range of experience and expertise will help us build on the successes of the past year.
Andrew Kenrick has been appointed Managing Editor, working across all game lines. He brings a wealth of experience with him, most recently from his six years with Games Workshop as Deputy Editor and Editor of White Dwarf magazine.
Nick Robinson is Line Developer for a new RPG based on a prestigious 2000AD property, and is also providing office support and front line customer service. Nick has worked in the games industry for many years, including as a staffer at Mongoose Publishing and writer for Tin Man electronic game books.
Scott Purdy joins the team as Staff Artist – his previous freelance work for Cubicle 7 has included The Doctor Who Card Game and illustration for a range of roleplaying game titles. Scott is a veteran of games illustration, and has worked with a range of companies including Paizo, Fantasy Flight Games, Monte Cook Games and Chaosium.
John Dodd is heading up Cubicle 7’s demo programme, which is soon to see a relaunch. John is the RPG co-ordinator of UK Games Expo, and has over a decade of experience organising convention games and support programmes.
It’s a very exciting time in the Cubicle right now, and we’ll be revealing our new plans over the coming months!
The latest Bundle of Holding deal is live: The Bundle of Fate!
You can grab classic c7 Fate games Starblazer Adventures and Legends of Anglerre as part of this amazing deal.
Adventurer! The wide-ranging designers of the Fated Fellowship bring you the Bundle of Fate: a comprehensive collection of tabletop roleplaying games built on the popular and fast-growing Fate rules.
In the last decade Fate has risen ever stronger in RPGs. When Evil Hat Productions sought US$3,000 in its recent Fate Core Kickstarter, fans enthusiastically donated $433,000. This Bundle of Fate includes two books from that campaign (Fate Core and Fate Accelerated), together with many leading Fate-system RPGs from leading publishers: Cubicle 7 Entertainment's Starblazer Adventures and Legends of Anglerre; theFate version of Arc Dream's acclaimed gallery of Victorian super-Strangeness, The Kerberos Club; Evil Hat's own pioneering pulp game,Spirit of the Century; and two impressive newcomers that show off the system's range, Full Moon and Ehdrigohr.
For a limited time, you can get our core collection of DRM-free .PDF rulebooks for a price you set yourself. And if you pay more than the current average, you'll level up to a rich set of bonus games.
...But we let you set your own price (minimum $4) for our core collection of complete .PDF rulebooks: Ehdrigohr, Full Moon, and Spirit of the Century. (As a convenience, we also provide the free Fate Core and Fate Accelerated rules.) And by paying more than the average, you also get three bonusgames: The Kerberos Club, Legends of Anglerre, andStarblazer Adventures. Together these games offer over 2,500 pages of material!
Bundle of Holding titles are always absolutely free of DRM, so you can move and copy them freely among all your tablets, laptops, and smartphones.
And if we add more games to the bundle after your purchase (hint!), those games are automatically added to your Wizard's Cabinet download page. You'll never miss a game!
The Bundle of Fate is available for a limited time, so don't delay! The Bundle of Holding website
Following on from our CEO Dom McDowall last year, this year our art director Jon Hodgson been selected as a Gen Con Industry Insider Guest of Honor. Jon will be taking part in the following panel discussions as part of the Industry Insider program:
Thursday 11am: Art on a Budget
Thursday, 3pm: Working as a Professional Gaming Artist
Friday 1pm: The Representation of Gender in Gaming Art
Saturday 2pm: Art for IP
Sunday 10am: RPG Books Aren't Textbooks
Of course he'll spending the rest of his time at the Cubicle 7 stand, number 643! Last year a number of people regretted not bringing along their copies of The One Ring for Jon to sign, so if you've got 'em, bring 'em along!
Best Aid/Accessory: Loremaster's Screen & Lake-town Guide for The One Ring
Best Family Game: Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space
Best Production Values: Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space
Best Supplement: Time Traveller's Companion for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space
Best Writing: Time Traveller's Companion for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space
Product of the Year: Time Traveller's Companion for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space
Voting begins on Monday, July 22.