New website, who dis? We’re back in time for the holidays, with a new website and some cracking new products! On pre-order this month are the long-awaited Trail of Cthulhu setting Fearful Symmetries, and its companion volume The Book of the New Jerusalem.
- Fearful Symmetries pre-order – A William Blake-inspired magical 1930s England sandbox campaign setting for Trail of Cthulhu
- The Book of the New Jerusalem pre-order – Read it alone as an entertaining resource on English folklore, or use it as a companion volume to Fearful Symmetries
- Legions of Carcosa – The Yellow King RPG Bestiary pre-order – Pre-order this collection of themed monsters for all four The Yellow King RPG settings.
- The Borellus Connection pre-order – Eight linked operations for The Fall of DELTA GREEN, each one playable as a standalone investigation or as part of an epic hunt for an infamous enemy!
- Black Star Magic pre-order – New rules and background material on Carcosan magic in all four The Yellow King RPG settings, a new adventure for each setting, and GM guidance showing you how to incorporate player-facing occult powers into your game.
- Swords of the Serpentine: The Adventurer’s Edition pre-order – A GUMSHOE sword & sorcery game of daring heroism, sly politics, and bloody savagery, set in a fantasy city rife with skullduggery and death. Pre-order now and get a limited edition colour print map of Eversink.
- Even Death Can Die pre-order – Pre-order this adventure collection for Cthulhu Confidential and get the pre-edit draft PDF now.
- View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – Cat Tobin with what’s new in the Nest.
- See P. XX: Sketching Out Your Yellow King: The Wars Sequence (Part 2) – Robin D. Laws continues his series running through episodic structures for your The Yellow King RPG campaign.
- How to Read the Rules: a quick-start guide for Swords of the Serpentine – Kevin Kulp explores the final PDF now available to Swords of the Serpentine pre-orderers.
- Night of the Hazmats – Robin Laws with a scenario hook for The Yellow King RPG setting This Is Normal Now.
- The House of Horror – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan looks at two new Outer Dark Entities for Fear Itself and The Esoterrorists.
- Ken and Robin’s Axes of RPG Design – Ken and Robin capture the list of their various axes or oppositions that distinguish tabletop RPG designs from their Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff podcast.
- Earthquakes, Old Parr, and Dracula’s Guest – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan addresses some Dracula Dossier questions from a Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff Patreon backer.
- Images of Unremitting Horrors – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan creates some horrific AI art with the Art Machine.
- Border Dweller – Groups in conflict can draw this foe by Robin D. Laws for The Esoterrorists and Fear Itself.
- New Legacies for The Dracula Dossier – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan continues his series of descendants of the Dracula Dossier team.
- The Actualizer – Anxious, controlling people become hosts for this The Esoterrorists and Fear Itself foe by Robin D. Laws.
- Murder by Checklist in the Yellow King RPG – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan uses Investigative Abilities as clue prompts for your Yellow King RPG.
- The Forbidden Archive of Canadian Art – Robin D. Laws takes you on a tour of the forbidden eldritch wing of the McMichael Gallery of Canadian Art.
- The Plain People of Gaming: Fruit of a Poison Tree – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan with an update on the long-awaited A Poison Tree adventure for Trail of Cthulhu.
- Asteroid Pirates – Robin D. Laws looks at a fleet of traders and information-brokers easily mistaken for an asteroid belt in Ashen Stars.
- Community Content Spotlight – Apocrypha – Noah Lloyd reviews Apocrypha by Michael Rees, another excellent GUMSHOE Community project for TimeWatch.
- Gorsk the God – Robin D. Laws with a scenario seed for The Gaean Reach.
- Who Hunted King Lion? Robin D. Laws rips a Mutant City Blues 2nd Edition scenario seed from the headlines.
- 13th Sage: How to Get a Free +2 Bonus in Combat – Wade Rockett looks at the player (and monster!) benefits of terrain features and thematic elements in 13th Age.
- Cult of the Terrible Snack – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan looks at Eyes of the Stone Thief‘s Cult of the Devourer, a cabal of fanatics, wizards and fanatical wizards (wizardly fanatics).
- 13th Age Quickstart Rules now available – Learn more about the 13th Age RPG, or use these to introduce your friends to the game!
- Unseen Icons – Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan with hints on running iconic benefits in 13th Age.