Search Results for: the book of changing years

Interview with a GM – Ruth Tillman

This is the first in a series of interviews with GMs who enjoy running and playing Pelgrane Press games. Ruth Tillman is the deserved first on the list. She’s runs convention games, notably Trail of Cthulhu at GenCon. She co-hosts The Double Shadow, a Clark Ashton Smith Podcast and writes about Weird Gaming for The Illuminerdy […]

Outer Dark Entities Keep Up With the Technological Times

As students of The Book of Unremitting Horror know, Sisterites are beings from the Outer Dark who prey on lonely and isolated men desperate for contact with the opposite sex. Case files from that volume include a transcript of an IRC chat between a Sisterite and its doomed target. In the years since the Ordo […]

September playtesting

If you are interested any of these games, please email me with the game you wish to playtest in the subject line.   Ashen Stars Character Builder DC has been working on an Ashen Stars version of the free Black Book character generator. It will be fully ready for testing next Monday. It will include […]

13th Age FAQ

Jump to the Rules FAQ 13th Age core book What is 13th Age? 13th Age combines the best parts of traditional d20-rolling fantasy gaming with new story-focused rules, designed so you can run the kind of game you most want to play with your group. Created by Rob Heinsoo and Jonathan Tweet, 13th Age gives you all the tools you need to make unique […]

How Should I Publish My Setting?

by Graham Walmsley [Editor: Graham Walmsley created the award-winning Cthulhu Apocalypse setting for Trail of Cthulhu. His latest publication is Scott Dorward’s Fairlyland scenario for his game Cthulhu Dark.] People often ask me: how can I publish my setting? What should I do? And, because I didn’t know the answer, I asked various successful publishers. […]

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