Available now in PDF - Targets of Acquisition for The Laundry RPG!
Targets of Acquisition is a new PDF supplement that details nine new artefacts for use in your games of The Laundry RPG, each of which can be used as a handout for your players or the seed for a new scenario. In The Laundry RPG you play officers of the Laundry, that eccentric and underfunded agency dedicated to protecting the United Kingdom from unthinkable horrors.
We’re coming up to the last week of our World War Cthulhu: Cold War Kickstarter and the next stretch goal is within our grasp, so now’s a great time to back the project, spread the word and get all of your friends to back it too! Share the Kickstarter on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and talking about it in your favourite gaming forum. By spreading the word, you’re helping us make it the best setting it can be, with a fantastic core book and some great supplements to support it.
World War Cthulhu: Cold War is a Call of Cthulhu setting full of thrilling espionage, tense horror and sudden betrayal set at the height of the Cold War in the 1970s. The Kickstarter runs until 5pm on Tuesday, 21st July, and there are some great books for you to get your hands on – including a deluxe, limited-edition copy of the core setting book. You can pledge your support here.
In today's blog post you can listen to line developer Scott Dorward wax lyrical about the setting, as well as take a peek at the other supplements included in the Kickstarter.
We had a busy week on the blog last week, not only asking “what do you do?” in World War Cthulhu: Cold War and taking a look at how the new setting relates to World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour, but also releasing Keltia in stores and the latest supplement for Yggdrasill, Uppsala, for pre-order.
This week is even more action packed, as we’ve got a new PDF supplement for The Laundry RPG coming out as well as unveiling the cover for the next supplement for Kuro. We’ll also be continuing our delve into the background for World War Cthulhu: Cold War and taking a look at the other supplements we've got planned for it.
But that’s all for later in the week – what’s going on today?
Voting for the 2015 ENnies closes tomorrow, Tuesday 14th July. Cubicle 7 are nominated for four products, as well as fan-favourite publisher, and we’d really appreciate your vote! We’re up for Best Family Game (for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space Limited Edition), Best RPG-related Product (for Doctor Who: The Card Game 2nd Edition), Best Supplement (for The Fourth Doctor Sourcebook) and Best Free Product (for Arrowdown, for the Doctor Who RPG).
If you’ve not voted for us yet – you’ve still got time to do so here!
The latest Bundle of Holding is the Fantasy Frontiers collection, a bundle of fantastic fantasy roleplay settings. Amongst the PDFs included for a bargain price in the bundle is the Yggdrasill Core Rulebook – great timing if your curiosity about Norse adventure was sparked by the release of Uppsala last week!
Finally, there are just 8 days left to go for our latest Kickstarter project, World War Cthulhu: Cold War, and we’re closing in on our next stretch goal for a PDF set of handouts for use in your games. World War Cthulhu line developer Scott Dorward has been doing the rounds on the podcasts at the weekend, recording a special episode with The Good Friends of Jackson Elias, wherein he talks at great length about what makes the Cold War such a fascinating setting for Call of Cthulhu. Check it out here, and remember you can still pledge here.
At Gen Con, we pride ourselves on providing a packed schedule of events, bringing you a showcase of the very best of our games, from the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game and The One Ring, to The Lone Wolf Adventure Game and World War Cthulhu. We couldn’t do this without our wonderful team of GMs, and this year is no exception.
We’ve still got a couple of spaces in our line-up this year and need GMs for the following games/slots:
World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour – Thursday 8pm
The Lone Wolf Adventure Game – Friday 4pm
The One Ring – Saturday 8am, Sunday 8am.
If you’re already coming to Gen Con and would like to join the team, we can offer the following:
- If you run at least three games, you get free entry to Gen Con – if you’ve already bought your badge, contact us and we can help you get a refund.
- If you qualify for a free badge, we’ll also send you a free PDF of your choice from our store.
- $10 credit at our stall or webstore for every game you run.
- A PDF version of the game you’re running for us.
- A new, pre-written scenario for your game.
- Our undying gratitude and the adoration of the gaming public!
If you’d like to help out, please email us at email@example.com
With the release of Uppsala this week, Gamemasters not only found themselves with a complete guide to the eponymous city, but also with the next thrilling instalment in the Yggdrasill campaign. Ever since the Core Rulebook, the Yggdrasill campaign has been unfolding piece by piece in each supplement we release for the game – so today we thought we’d take a closer look at it!
Uppsala is a guide to the famous city of Uppsala, not only containing background and history for the city itself, new traits and spells, and a new adventure, but also the continuation of the epic Yggdrasill campaign. It is available to preorder at our webstore, and to buy in PDF format now.
And don't forget that the Yggdrasill Core Rulebook is in the current Bundle of Holding!
With Keltia in US stores now and the first supplement, Avalon, at print, we ask the question: what is Keltia?
Well, Keltia is our roleplaying game of exciting adventure in a Dark Age Britain where Arthurian legends and Celtic myths are real. It's designed by the same team that brought you Qin, Yggdrasill and Kuro. In today's blog we thought we'd take a closer look.
Yesterday we released Uppsala, our latest supplement for Yggdrasill. Today we're pleased to announce that the PDF version is now available at DriveThruRPG. This supplement is a guide to the famous city of Uppsala, not only containing background and history for the city itself, new traits and spells, and a new adventure, but also the continuation of the epic Yggdrasill campaign.
World War Cthulhu is a series of settings for Call of Cthulhu, each taking one of the conflicts of the 20th century to be its focus. Each of these settings stands alone, but they all exist as part of the same continuity, with plots, characters and events from one setting continuing to have ripples into the past and the future. And this means if you’ve played our Second World War setting, World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour, you’re going to want to check out our Kickstarter for World War Cthulhu: Cold War too.
World War Cthulhu: Cold War is a Call of Cthulhu setting full of thrilling espionage, tense horror and sudden betrayal set at the height of the Cold War in the 1970s. The Kickstarter runs until 5pm on Tuesday, 21st July. You can pledge your support here.
This supplement is a guide to the famous city of Uppsala, not only containing background and history for the city itself, new traits and spells, and a new adventure, but also the continuation of the epic Yggdrasill campaign.
On the shelves of US gaming stores this week – the Keltia Core Rulebook! 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 Keltia if you buy it there too!
Keltia is our roleplaying game of exciting adventure set in Dark Age Britain where Arthurian legends and Celtic myths are real.