Lots of interesting new tabletop roleplaying games to look at, free downloads, playtests and Cyberpunk Red is getting even closer.
What did you miss this week? Freebies from Chaosium as #WeAreAllUs remembers Greg Stafford? The new Phone PDF format or perhaps a nameless goose?
There will be free scenarios released for Rune Quest, Call of Cthulhu, King Arthur, Pendragon, HeroQuest and the new family member the 7th Sea.
All of the 7th Sea product and merch will now be moved to Chaosium's warehouses and shippers who will take over fulfilment.
There are nearly 50,000 titles in the discount list and at the time of writing Shadowrun, Changeling: the Lost (second edition) and Fate Space Toolkit Prototype Edition, Wrath and Glory and Warhammer Fantasy 4e are in the top five positions.
The original One Thousand And One Nights shows a great number of literary tropes that we use and understand as part of today's literary structures and you can see at least parallels in some pillars of western literature, like The Canterbury Tales.
To make this list an RPG has to be in the top ten sellers (Jan 1st to Dec 11th) of all the games the publishers have added the 'pulp' genre tag too. This means we've games that are solidly in the pulp genre, systems which could but don't have to be used for pulp RPGs and even games you might not consider pulp at all.
Hoist the mainsail! Stow the booty! Set Sail For Outer shores! And while we’re at it, make sure we paint over anything that might make a bunch of bandits at sea look like criminals!…
It was just a few months ago, in Novemeber, when we reported on John Wick buying 7th Sea back from AEG. He’s got the Kickstarter up already and it’s a smash hit.…
John Wick, now at John Wick Presents, part of AEG’s original development team for the “swashbuckling and sorcery” RPG, has secured the publishing rights from the game. The sellers, AEG, are clear these are publication rights and that they will still be publishing a number of products for the title over the next few years.…