Now taking 2017 TShirt Preorders

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Now taking 2017 TShirt Preorders

Apparel for the Discriminating Adventurer! I’m now taking pre-orders and reservations for the 2017 Thick Skull Adventure’s T-Shirt! Check out the TShirt page for details on how to order/reserve your shirt. Don’t get caught facing off against a squidopede without one. I want a t-shirt…

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Floating Oasis of the Ascended God and The Lairs of Lost Agharta

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Floating Oasis of the Ascended God and The Lairs of Lost Agharta

With all the photos, merriment, and high-profile Kickstarter announcements that were made during GaryCon 2017, a couple of projects that I contributed to may have gone under the radar. Floating Oasis of the Ascended God In this first level adventure, the players travel to the mysterious Floating Oasis where they must navigate the perilous cloud-caverns while facing off against a dangerously-indifferent deity. Floating Oasis of the Ascended God is a new mini-adventure I’ve written which has been included in the reprint of Harley...

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GaryCon 2017 report

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GaryCon 2017 report

Hello Thick Skullers! So I’ve returned from the beautiful Grand Geneva Resort where I’ve finally attended my first Gary Con. The entire experience was amazing. I finally got a chance to meet so many of my DCC RPG family, many of which I’d become good friends with despite only ever interacting via Google Plus and the interwebs. I know by making lists, you always forget one or two important people, but off the top of my head, I know I was able to break bread and/or do some gaming with folks likeAdam Muszkiewicz, David Baity,...

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Coming Soon: The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner

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Coming Soon: The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner

So, I finally finished the Alpha draft of my latest adventure, The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner. It is a new first-level DCC RPG adventure, but it takes place in the Old West. Here’s my first draft of the blurb which will likely change as it goes through playtest: 1869 California. On a cool evening in the town of Los Castores, a lawyer summons a group of five strangers into his office. Obediah Felkner, a prominent resident and landowner, has recently passed away, and surprisingly the five strangers have been named his...

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DAMN! And GM Day Sale

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Hello Thick Skullers! Couple of quick updates for you all. D.A.M.N Magazine is back! DAMN (or the Dccrpg Adventure Magazine and News) is back in PDF and print. Paul Wolfe has done a great job acquiring the rights to reprint the original issue and has augmented with some new material. I’ve got a couple of articles in this issue: Optional Rules for Extreme Spellburn: Just like it sounds. An article providing judges a house rule option for making extreme spellburn more costly in terms of the potential effects the wizard’s health beyond the...

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Jan 2017 Update

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Happy New Year, Thick Skullers! Wanted to give a brief update as to projects and appearances do you guys don’t think I’ve fallen off the planet. Here’s the status of the latest projects: Children of the Fallen Sun: adventure is written, cover art finished, maps finished. The adventure is currently going through copyediting by the fabulous Ms. Jen Brinkman, and some interior art is being developed by Reba Pyron. I cannot release this until after the MCC rulebook is published, so this will likely be published in summer 2017. “The DCC...

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Lotrin’s F*cked Up House – a fan sequel to They Served Brandolyn Red

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I saw this over on the DCC Rocks – apparently Mr. Shane Hickey is actually taking advantage of one of the “Continuing the Adventure” hooks in our beloved Brandy and creating Lotrin’s Fucked Up House – an adventure where the player’s investigate what happened to Dorthala Whitegrass (who is a significant, albeit unseen, NPC in They Served Brandolyn Red) and is also the wife of Lotrin Whitegrass. I’m looking forward to seeing whatever he comes up with. You can see the post here ; you likely need to join...

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Reba Pyron art exhibit, The Rot

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Reba Pyron art exhibit, The Rot

Wanted to promote a new art exhibit from Thick Skull Adventures’ family member, Ms. Reba Pyron who recently showed exhibit of her work at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Her show, The Rot, captures a lot of her imagination and talent. You can check out pictures of the exhibit here. (Picture swiped from Cailin Shamess’ Facebook album from the show) Reba has contributed illustrations to Attack of the Frawgs, Stronghold of the Wood Giant Shaman, and the cover for the upcoming Children of the Fallen...

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Children of the Fallen Sun – cover art

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Children of the Fallen Sun – cover art

Well Ms. Reba Pyron, the fabulous illustrator who did all the black & white interiors for the Attack of the Frawgs 2016 reprint and the famous blood golem in Stronghold of the Wood Giant Shaman has created the cover for our upcoming 2017 Mutant Crawl Classics RPG release, Children of the Fallen Sun. Without further...

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Thanks for your support on Alzheimer’s walk

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Thanks for your support on Alzheimer’s walk

Hello you generous Thick Skullers! I wanted to send a thank you to everyone who supported me in my efforts for the Alzheimer’s walk. In the end I had about 20 people contribute and raised $450! I was pleasantly surprised at how much participation there was and was pleased to connect with some many people in the community. While the promotion is now closed, I look forward to trying this again next year and hope to see many of you at the game table soon. Thanks! Stephen

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