The Ghost That Love Built – now avail for pre-order

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The Ghost That Love Built – now avail for pre-order

The town of Portnelle is living in a state a fear. Several citizens have been abducted – some never to been seen again, while others are found as corpses, often with missing limbs. The town of Portnelle is living in a state a fear. Several citizens have been abducted – some never to been seen again, while others are found as corpses, often with missing limbs. When a senile town priest warns that he’s received a vision that the geriatric recluse Dr. Lotrin Von Geisterblut is behind the abductions, there are many who do not believe...

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Now Available – Children of the Fallen Sun

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Now Available – Children of the Fallen Sun

Our Mutant Crawl Classics RPG adventure, Children of the Fallen Sun, has emerged from the scorched desert wastes to make itself available to the general public. It is available for plantients who enjoy PDFs as well as the manimals that enjoy print. Buy PDF Buy Print A Level 1 Adventure for Mutant Crawl Classics Role Playing Game The star fell from the heavens far above, its long red tail ripping the sky like a bloody, dripping wound. All eyes of the tribe—mutant, manimal, and plantient alike—were transfixed by the resulting explosion seen far...

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Children of the Fallen Sun video by Judge James Walls

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Hello Thick Skullers! Well the Children of the Fallen Sun Kickstarter campaign is behind us. I had a fun time running the Kickstarter and it was great to see everyone post pictures of their copies once they arrived. One of the folks that showed off their copies was Judge James Walls – host of the Glowburn podcast. On his video channel he did a quick overview of Children of the Fallen Sun.   The adventure should go on sale to the general public – both in print and PDF – within the next few weeks I’m aligning the...

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Children of the Fallen Sun – Kickstarter Complete

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Children of the Fallen Sun – Kickstarter Complete

Hello Thickskullers, The Kickstarter for Children of the Fallen Sun is complete and all the backers have been fulfilled. It was a great ride. The adventure should go on sale to the general public at the end of May. I want the Kickstarter backers to have exclusive access for a couple weeks as a bit of a “Thank You” to them. For all the details, check out the post on Kickstarter....

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Children of the Fallen Sun Kickstarter Live and Funded

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Children of the Fallen Sun Kickstarter Live and Funded

The Kickstarter campaign for my new Mutant Crawl Classics RPG adventure Children of the Fallen Sun has gone live this week. And as it has taken me a couple of days to update my website, it has already funded and the first stretch goal has cleared. Check out the Kickstarter...

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Pickup playtest draft of new upcoming DCC adventure with a $5 Walk to End Alzheimer’s donation

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Pickup playtest draft of new upcoming DCC adventure with a $5 Walk to End Alzheimer’s donation

I’m participating once again in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s event on Saturday Oct 14, 2017. Both of my grandmothers suffered from dementia, so it’s a cause I believe in. This year I’m trying something new. To show some appreciation to folks who donate at least $5 between now and Saturday Oct 14 using the link on my page, I’ll send a playtest copy of my upcoming DCCRPG western, The Last Will and Testament of Obediah Felkner. What’s a playtest copy you ask? It is effectively just a Word file with a scan of my hand drawn maps. It has no...

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Announcing the Frawgs Turns 5 Contest Winners!

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Announcing the Frawgs Turns 5 Contest Winners!

First, let me thank you all again for helping make the last 5 years as a DCC publisher fun and memorable. The personal anecdotes, game play reports, and game at cons and FLGS have created some great memories for me. I also want to thank everyone who participated in the Frawgs Turns 5 Birthday Giveaway. I had a blast reading everyone’s posts, so thank you very much for your comments. After grabbing all the names from both Google Plus and Facebook, and then de-duping, we had a total of 107 contestants! I went to the The Crawler’s batch dice...

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Frawgs Turns 5 Birthday Giveaway

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Frawgs Turns 5 Birthday Giveaway

It was on June 22, 2012, when my first DCC adventure Attack of the Frawgs was released in PDF form. I’d written Frawgs during the summer of 2012 against the beta rules of a game which had yet to be released called Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. Little did I know then how popular the DCC RPG system was to become. Now, five years later, the DCC RPG community has become a bit like my second family. Everyone from Joseph Goodman himself, to the other DCC authors (both on GG staff and the 3rd-party publishers), as well as everyone in the Google Plus...

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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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