A superbly good game built upon the Forged in the Dark game engine, which was first used by the Blades in the Dark RPG, and then by the Scum and Villainy RPG.
What makes this series of FitD great is the strategic modeling of combat. Thus, instead of every dice roll determining individual...
I too would want this, but Cubicle7 was not responsible for printing that first "mess of a book" you mention, and also, we do not want to bankrupt publishers that actually live off pretty slim margins. RPGs are less lucrative than collectible card games, even at Hasbro.
Bloody Hell! Cubicle7 is breathing new life and putting that old Wrath and Glory production to the fire.
Great to see such a vivid action cover and the reinvigoration of Warhammer 40,000. :)
Sad that early adopters of the Ulisses North America version have been cheated into investing early...
Seems the alternative cover is only for the friendly local game store, which is a nice way to get more patronage into your local community, and so, I will be visiting mine shortly to pre-order.
From the Adventurer's League:
An alternative art cover with a distinctive design and soft-touch...
A much anticipated Kickstarter from Sean Astin is live, namely: GRIMMERSPACE
Check it out if you are a Starfinder player, or Pathfinder or even 3rd Edition D&D diehard.
Grimmerspace, via @Kickstarter
It is alive!!!
"Arcana of the Ancients"
Created by Monte Cook with Bruce Cordell and Sean Reynolds.
Basically, everything you love about Numenera bringing science fantasy to your 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons...
Anyone willing to try a thought experiment?
Let us theoretically purchase gold with the $1,300,000 at the prevailing rate of $42.59 per gram.
The gold coins in Dungeons and Dragons being inspired by medieval coins would probably weigh about 10 grams each.
So at the prevailing exchange...
Okay, so today this happened, I am quoting to try and wrap my head around this wonder:
A hardcover book (or PDF!) for 5th Edition that gives your character something to spend their money on and extend their influence in the local area. Raise armies! Research spells! Spy on your enemies!
The Last 48 Hours
So John Carter of Mars is in the last 48 hour stretch of life on Kickstarter. This is may be your best opportunity to visit Barsoom and get that haul of a lifetime; that "Dotar Sojat" pledge tier still being great value for money including so many new miniatures fairly...
With less than a week left for the John Carter of Mars Kickstarter, and having raised just over £150,000 (the producer is British, hence, the funky currency), finally, the "Dotar Sojat" pledge tier is the one you have all been waiting for. All the books in print and also the miniatures unlocked...
Happy February everyone.
Hopefully, wages and salaries have all been paid and so some disposable income may be available to support fantastic creative projects. :angel:
John Carter of Mars could sure use some more of your support to unlock even more awesome miniatures and content hiding...
So we already got a peak at the Thark battle crew.
And, now, let us preview a very special Thark miniature, basically this is Sola, the daughter of Tars Tharkas, and one of the most notable Tharks without whom John Carter may not have survived Mars when he first arrived.
After a long slog through difficult terrain, Earthborn fans of John Carter of Mars successfully unlocked all four core adventures from the "Swords of Mars" campaign.
ACT ONE: Remnants of Mars
ACT TWO: Traitors of Mars
ACT THREE: Phantoms of Mars
ACT FOUR: Cabals of Mars
And if you...
Flags over Mars!
This short FREE Quickstart adventure is designed to allow players to take on the role of heroes from the John Carter of Mars stories as they encounter perilous adventures on Barsoom explore the rules of its 2d20 roleplaying system.
The adventure is set shortly after the...
Those four-armed green Tharks with their green dice have injected new blood into John Carter of Mars.
It seems new fans have backed the Kickstarter which has risen to the top ten of the Kicktraq list of trending Kickstarters.
Yes, new fans rule!