Warehouse 23 Blog

You Know The Drill

Posted: June 29, 2005

Abandoned mine, evil curse, goblin raiders. Nothing you can't handle, right? Then put your sword where your mouth is and check out Dungeon Crawl Classics #1: Idylls of the Rat King. (Note: Warehouse 23 does not advocate actually putting a sword in your mouth. That would hurt. A lot.)

Unholier Than Thou

Posted: June 28, 2005

For some vampires, it's not enough to be cursed. They have to be the holiest of the cursed. Sound confusing? It is. Don't worry, though, Vampire: The Requiem - Lancea Sanctum will clear things up.

Now That's Dedication

Posted: June 27, 2005

Celebrate the time honored tradition of stabbing yourself in the stomach with a knife by buying the Ninja Burger: Guaranteed Delivery Poster.

Frightening Fiction

Posted: June 26, 2005

Arthur Machen. That name alone strikes fear into the hearts of horror fiction aficionados the world over. Want to know why? Take a peek into Call of Cthulhu: The Terror and Other Stories. You won't regret it. Much.

They're Not "Cliche," They're "Classic"

Posted: June 25, 2005

Bored by bank robberies? Annoyed by alien invasion? Weary of super-weddings? Sure, these are all mainstay adventures for superheroes, but they can get stale. Hero System: Champions - Villainy Amok gives some classic super scenarios the swift kick in the pants they so rightly deserve.


Posted: June 24, 2005

Put some cheese in your cake, as well as some cat in your girl, with this SPANC Cover Poster. It features the art of Phil Foglio and . . . well, that's it, actually. But really, what else do you need in life?

Play Ninja Burger 2 Or Die!

Posted: June 23, 2005

You will purchase a copy of Ninja Burger 2: Sumo-Size Me!! It contains rules and cards that expand on the original Ninja Burger Card Game. Do not forsake the honor of your ancestors!

Tact, Diplomacy, And Thick Shoes

Posted: June 22, 2005

Creation is far from stable. Indeed, it is a tumultuous place filled with people who like to pick fights. Good thing the Exalted have the Eclipse Caste to serve as emissaries, ambassadors, and negotiators. These travelers need more than just a comfy pair of shoes, however. Enter, Exalted: Caste Book - Eclipse.

A Kinder, Gentler Breed Of Killing Machine

Posted: June 21, 2005

Most Ogres have something of a reputation for rolling around and leaving big craters where people used to be standing. Not so with the Ogre Vulcan. With repair arms in place of primaries, this Ogre is as pacifist as a gigantic, artificially-intelligent supertank gets. It also tends to hang out with a gaggle of drones.

Martial Artisans

Posted: June 20, 2005

Stoic. Steadfast. Dutiful. Boring? I wouldn't say that to their face. Exalted: Aspect Book - Earth covers everything you ever wanted to know about Earth-aspected Exalts, and proves that even though Earth aspects are level-headed they can still be fun at parties.

We've Got The Tools, You Supply The Talent

Posted: June 19, 2005

Armaments don't make the man. They do, however, make the man live longer. From machine pistols, to blimps, to the latest ProtoMechs, Classic BattleTech: Combat Equipment is an excellent resource for the gun-toting psychopath in all of us. Well, in our BattleTech games, anyway.

Renegades, Rebels, And Rogues

Posted: June 18, 2005

Just because you're unwashed, untrained, ill-equipped, and misunderstood doesn't mean you can't kick butt with the best of them. Get the lowdown on the down-low Exalts with Exalted: The Outcaste.

You Are Here

Posted: June 17, 2005

Trying to hitchhike across the galaxy on only 30 Centauri Ducats a day? Then you, friend, need the Babylon 5: Galactic Guide. It's the perfect companion to have when you find yourself all alone in the night.

Attention Airheads!

Posted: June 16, 2005

Aspects of Air are known for their intelligence and wisdom, but are your players? Pick up a copy of the Exalted: Aspect Book - Air. It will help get your Air-aspected Exalts to be all they can be. Or frighten them off in a blind panic. Either way, you win!

The Dragon, The Lich, And The Wardrobe

Posted: June 15, 2005

Well, okay, no wardrobe, but two outta three ain't bad. Dungeoneer: Dragons of the Forsaken Desert is a new set. Dungeoneer: Tomb of the Lich Lord is a reprint. Both are much too fun for mortal man to describe with simple words. So, we'll just beam the description mentally . . . like so. Cool, huh?