The 212-page hardback collection compiles ten adventures for Numenera, the Cypher System and The Strange.
Monte Cook Games unveil the Cypher System The Origin RPG
It all starts with strange new memories—memories of an interstellar asteroid killing the Earth!
Free to Download: Monte Cook Games’ Break the Horizon preview
Monte Cook Games has a Cypher System expansion to the Ninth World coming with Break the Horizon. It’s a supplement all about the few people in the far future who travel more than a few miles from their homes. The free preview is 13-pages long and contains new mounts, common vehicles and far less common […]
Planebreaker opens up D&D’s Planes to even low-level characters
Planebreaker is a way to get more out of D&D’s Planes earlier in your campaign. Even low-level heroes can get involved.
Monte Cook Games announces Planebreaker for 5e
The hardcover will weigh in 192-pages with contributions from Bruce R. Cordell, Sean K Reynolds, and Monte Cook. The campaign is slated to launch in October.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs #71
Routinely Itemised is Geek Native’s weekly RPG news summary, complete with a roundup of new releases, freebies, interviews and reviews.
Monte Cook Games releases The Stars Are Fire
The galaxy-spanning space opera adds creatures, new rules, character options as well as gear and tools suitable for a science-fiction campaign to your Cypher library.
Download for free: Numenera’s Building Tomorrow preview
Building Tomorrow by Bruce R. Cordell and Sean K. Reynolds will be the first supplement for Monte Cook’s Numenera RPG since the release of the new core books. You’ll have to wait until October for the full edition of Building Tomorrow to be released, but you can take a free PDF download of the preview […]
Return Man to Dust: A Review of The Dark Spiral
Every game hopes to bring something new to the table, but as a reader you don’t necessarily grok the setting or the promise from the outset. Sometimes you’re left to your own devices. Other times, the publisher kindly serves up an introductory adventure or – even better – a whole campaign. By offering a set […]
A Strange End of Days: Review of Eschatology Code
With the still relatively recent release of The Strange, the new iteration of Monte Cook’s Cypher system first used in Numenera, Eschatology Code provides a quick and straight-forward adventure to get you started. Designed for running at conventions, and actually used by the Monte Cook Games team at Gen Con 2014 this summer, it offers […]