Thursday, May 21, 2015

New Products at RPGNow/DTRPG—May 21st, 2015

Lots of adventures this week, more junk for White Star (sorry, but it looks like a lot of slapdash, cash in products, I know people are excited about it, but put some effort/polish into them...), and the long awaited release of the Petty Gods: Revised and Expanded Edition.


Betrayal at Lucir - This is a Swords & Wizardry adventure, and a description of a town. $2.99 and 30 pages

Colonial Civil War - This is a short, Battlestar Galactica (new one) clone for White Star. 8 pages, $1

FP10 - Church of Scakla - An Adventures in Filbar product for mid to high level characters. $2, 13 pages

Metamorphosis Alpha: Warden Adventures - 8 mini adventures by Jim War and featuring art by Jennell Jaquays (who has gotten a lot better at art since her JG days). Somehow they can put out a new MA product every week for the last what, 3 months, but can't support DCC without a Kickstarter. Curious. 20 pages, $5.99

Roadside Respite - An OSRIC adventure, apparently featuring an owlbear. 34 pages, $5

RT1 Palace of the Vamp Queen - Actually for Hideouts & Hoodlums, which I am not familiar with, but presumably it's inspired by the original Palace of the Vampire Queen (aka the first D&D module). 26 pages, $2.50.

The Bogey of Swindle - An OSRIC adventure. 21 pages, $4.

The Purple Lotus - A Lost Age Adventure - Actually for Swords & Wizardry, Lost Age being the setting. For 3rd and 4th level characters. 16 pages, $3.99



Celtic Bard - a new class for Adventure Conqueror King System and Laybrinth Lord. $1.49

Hyperspace Messenger 01 - Stunners. This is a rules supplement for White Star. 10 pages, $1

Scout - a new class for ACKS/LL. $1.49

Wild Elven Shaman - another new class for AKCS/LL. $1.49



Planetary Transmission #1 - This is a fanzine for White Star. 24 pages, $2.99

Petty Gods: Revised & Expanded Edition - This has a long tortured history, first by James Mal (I can't spell the rest), then Greg Gorgonmilk, then finally New Big Dragon Games. But it's a big sourcebook of gods, taken from submissions from the OSR community (including one from me). Free

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