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A little bit of everything this week. Decks of magic items for D&D along with a supplement filled with new rules. Grafts for third-party classes are out for Starfinder. The Cthulhu Hack, and Paranoia get huge boosts of new content like adventures, setting details, and new rules. Finally, the Infinity RPG is back with new sourcebooks.

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Magic Item Compendium - Rods, Staves, & Wands | Weapons & Armors | Rings & Wondrous Items | Potions, Poultices, & Powders by Nord Games
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
  • PRODUCT TYPE: deck of cards
  • RETAIL PRICE: $15 each
  • DESCRIPTION: Each deck includes 50 unique magic items ranging in rarity from common to legendary.
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The Dragon's Hoard - Issue #7 | Star Classes: Class Grafts by Legendary Games
  • SYSTEM: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition/Starfinder
  • PRODUCT TYPE: softcover supplements
  • RETAIL PRICE: $12.99 each
  • DESCRIPTION: The Dragon’s Hoard issue 7 includes the following. The Treasure Trove covers magic items like the scroll of passage, fanged warclub, glitterfrost buckler, and rod of shadow puppetry. Basker’s Books features new spells like spirit trance, creeping shadow, drowsy fireflies, and hurricane. Class Acts includes new class options like the Voyager, College of Reliquaries, and Cultist of the Dead God. And Marvelous Monsters introduces new monsters. Star Classes: Class Grafts brings class grafts for 20 third-party classes. Examples include astral marines and bikers, psions and replicators, cantors and bizlocks, nanomancers and mystic space knights.
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The Cthulhu Hack | Dry Wipe Character Cards - The Cthulhu Hack | The Dark Brood | From Unformed Realms | The Haunter of the Dark by All Rolled Up
  • SYSTEM: The Black Hack
  • PRODUCT TYPE: softcover booklets and a pack of character cards
  • RETAIL PRICE: $9.49/$7.95/$7.95/$7.95/$11.95
  • DESCRIPTION: In The Cthulhu Hack, PCs investigate and deal with the sanity-shattering shock of facing Things Best Left Unknown. A complete standalone system based on The Black Hack rules, the simple mechanics handle threats and investigation, ready-to-play archetypes and include a flexible character creation system, horrors and an overview of the Mythos. Also includes a modern-day introductory adventure, Save Innsmouth. Dry Wipe Character Cards include eight A6 (105 × 148 mm or 4.1 × 5.8 inches) character cards. Dry wipeable on both sides. Investigators in The Cthulhu Hack often have a short lifespan, so a dry wipeable character cards means the old one is wiped away and a new one generated without wasting paper. The Dark Brood brings the fecundity of Shub-Niggurath forth and lets loose her thousands of progenies upon a hapless world. Creatures, spells, adventure seeds and cult concepts all tainted by the touch of the Black Goat. From Unformed Realms includes system-free random tables designed to provide a quick springboard to creativity when the PCs take the inevitable path away from the planned adventure. Options included for the random creation of horrific nightmares and unnamable monstrosities either rolled randomly with a 6-sided die or flick to a random page and choose a numbered section. The results are then inflicted on the appreciative PCs. The Haunter of the Dark (nominated for an ENnie Award at Gen Con 2017) offers a story-to-adventure how-to guide, including an in-depth process and structure to creating adventures from Lovecraft’s fiction. Includes the full, annotated text of Lovecraft’s final solo Mythos tale, The Haunter of the Dark and a sequel to the tale, The Hacker of the Dark, as an example of the thought process involved in turning fiction into an investigation adventure.
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Project Infinite Hole | The Hole Blame | Mind the Gap by Mongoose Publishing
  • SYSTEM: Paranoia
  • PRODUCT TYPE: boxed set/softcover adventure/softcover adventure
  • RETAIL PRICE: $49.99/$19.99/$19.99
  • DESCRIPTION: Project Infinite Hole includes four items to kick off a Paranoia campaign. The Happy Testing Catalogue: contains 40 new experimental devices such as Fluffy Safety Armour and the Jaws of Death (or for experienced Paranoia GMs 40 splendid ways to make players weep. With joy? Sure, why not). The GM R&D Service Book is filled with several articles explaining how to use R&D in missions (NPCs and Research & Design rooms included but no survival tips for Troubleshooters). The R&D Mission Book: for the lazy GM, two full missions about a black hole destroying all of reality. The R&D Deck: 120 devices ready to backfire in a Troubleshooter’s face. The Hole Blame is a mission for Paranoia and the third (of four) in the Project Infinite Hole campaign. Enjoy a Frankenstein Briefbot, an active Public Hating Square, and up to eight in-mission mini-missions that trick the team into getting Friend Computer to finally recognize that large singularity – even though not a single citizen admits that it is right over there. Mind the Gap is the final mission. Full of fun things like raging idiots, a trip to the Outside or Underplex, black lasers, and Holey the Black Hole Mascot. And at the end, the Troubleshooters can literally save the world or destroy it. Yep, the world is doomed.
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Thriftylist Deck | Disaster Deck by Mongoose Publishing
  • SYSTEM: Paranoia
  • PRODUCT TYPE: deck of cards
  • RETAIL PRICE: $14.99 each
  • DESCRIPTION: Thriftylist includes Equipment cards like the Scrubot Costume, Chainsaw Gun and Eyeshutters. The Disaster Deck includes cards like: Earthquake! Discard your hand and enjoy dodging falling concrete! Each card includes an instant effect and one that keeps happening each turn until the Disaster card is discarded. Plus, these look like normal Action cards on the back.
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Tohaa Sourcebook | Combined Army Sourcebook by Modiphius Entertainment
  • SYSTEM: Infinity RPG
  • PRODUCT TYPE: softcover supplements
  • RETAIL PRICE: $22.99 each
  • DESCRIPTION: The Tohaa Supplement includes: the origins of the Tohaa Trinomial, the only race in the Universe to survive the onslaught of the Evolved Intelligence and their bloodthirsty Combined Army; conspiracy theories regarding the shadowy Triumvirate, the mysterious group allegedly pulling the strings of the Trinomial and causing the Human Sphere’s worst tragedies; rules and guidelines to play Tohaa and the exalted races of auxiliary aliens; biotechnologies, from Corhtaa disciplines to symbioweapons and armor; and ideas on how to run a Tohaa-centered campaign in the Human Sphere. The Combined Army Sourcebook features: a history of the Combined Army, the different races composing it, their strategies, armed divisions, and the terrible secrets of this ever-growing empire; details on the true nature and origins of the Combined Army’s omnipresent leader—the feared and worshipped Evolved Intelligence. Learn about its drives, ambitions, and trepidations: rules and guidelines to play several of the Combined Army’s warrior races from the violent Morat, to the cruel Shasvastii, vengeful Sygmaa, and traitorous humans; weapons, equipment, Voodoo Tech, and more.
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Charles Dunwoody

Charles Dunwoody


Okay, I must increase my investments in that Infinity RPG. The Combined Army is a great perspective from the enemy side to the Human Sphere. Pity all these Infinity sourcebooks are softcovers though.

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