The Trail of the Scorpion, the epic campaign for Rocket Age, is out today in all good US games stores! Books are en route for the UK and other destinations.
The Trail of the Scorpion contains a thrilling series of adventures that span the length and breadth of the Solar System, and can be played alone or linked together to form the first Rocket Age campaign!
Ruins of the North for The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available to purchase now from DrivethruRPG and RPGNow!
As well as being available to purchase now as a PDF, you can also pre-order the print supplement at our webstore here, or at your local games store - Participating Bits and Mortar retailers also offer a PDF copy on pre-order.
Ruins of the North comprises six standalone adventures for The One Ring that can be played as an epic campaign across Eriador and is the companion volume to Rivendell.
Ruins of the North for The One Ring Roleplaying Game is available for pre-order at our webstore now. Ruins of the North comprises six standalone adventures that can be played as an epic campaign across Eriador and is the companion volume to Rivendell.
All pre-orders come with a complementary copy of the PDF version. The PDF is available now, the print copy is expected Spring 2015. Preorder at our web store, at your local games store, or pick the the PDF version now.
Over the past year we’ve been hard at work on the wider World War Cthulhu setting, spanning conflicts throughout the whole of the 20th century (and beyond…), and we will be bringing it to Kickstarter in the spring.
We asked line developer Scott Dorward to tell us what makes the World War Cthulhu setting so compelling – and so true in tone and style to Call of Cthulhu.
Our first campaign for Rocket Age, The Trail of the Scorpion, is in US stores next week, so to get you on board and ready to blast off on this thrilling adventure, we’ve got a special offer to allow you to catch up on all previous Rocket Age books over at our webstore.
For a limited time only, you can buy a bundle containing print + PDF copies of the ENnie-award winning Rocket Age Core Rulebook, Blood Red Mars and Heroes of the Solar System (normally costing $94.97/£63.97) for just $75/£50!
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.
The Lone Wolf Adventure Game funded back in September over on Kickstarter, raising £68,000 (that’s $105,000) and attracting over 600 backers eager to help us create a fantastic new roleplaying game set in Joe Dever’s iconic world of Magnamund.
Ever since, we’ve been busy making The Lone Wolf Adventure Game a reality – today art director and deputy CEO Jon Hodgson talks us through the layout of the books.
In a moment we’re going to present our third preview of Ruins of the North, the next supplement for The One Ring Roleplaying Game, with a first look at the gorgeous wraparound cover artwork by Jon Hodgson.
But first, we’re delighted to be nominated for two Golden Geek awards over at BoardGameGeek for the Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space Limited Edition, and for The One Ring Roleplaying Game. We’d really appreciate the support if you go and vote for them!
Tomorrow we’ll be taking another look at Ruins of the North in our next preview, then later in the week we’ll have a peek at the layout for The Lone Wolf Adventure Game, talking some more about World War Cthulhu and we’ll reveal the cover for a very exciting book indeed!
But first up, we start the week with some new reviews for The One Ring and its supplements.
When we first released World War Cthulhu: The Darkest Hour back in 2013, we announced that this was just the first setting in the World War Cthulhu line. Over the past year we’ve been hard at work on the wider World War Cthulhu setting, spanning conflicts throughout the whole of the 20th century (and beyond…), and we will be bringing it to Kickstarter in the spring.