Warehouse 23 Blog

What's Better Than A Giant Robot?

Posted: March 20, 2005

An army of giant robots! Unless they're trying to kill you, of course. Silver Age Sentinels: Emergency Response II pits your silver age supers against a deadly mechanized menace. Tri-Stat and d20 powered heros in spandex collide with the greatest threat Empire City has ever faced. Cool, huh?

It's Got Its Eye On You

Posted: March 19, 2005

And the mage. And the cleric. And the thief. Which is a pity, because he had been looking forward to backstabbing something all day. The Plush Eye Tyrant is as cute as it is deadly. We do, however, recommend you invest in blindfolds for it. Lots of them.


Posted: March 18, 2005

Cthulhu as Elvis! Cthulhu in plastic! Cthulhu as a MiB! He's everywhere! Aiyeee!!!

Softcore Dice for Hardcore Roleplayers

Posted: March 17, 2005

Nothing says "help, I'm a huge gaming geek" quite like a plush d20. Well, we've got 'em. Red, blue, white, and black . There's also a purple d4. Throw 'em, hug 'em, use 'em for a pillow. Heck, you can even roll 'em if you want. Oh, and there's Plush Caltrops. Buy those, too.

Agatha's Antics Attract Alliteration

Posted: March 16, 2005

While it's debatable whether 13 is unlucky, Girl Genius #13 is nothing but trouble for Agatha Heterodyne. Whenever she's not trying to get herself killed, someone else is happy to do it for her. For those who prefer things in economy sizes, be sure to check out Girl Genius Book Three, which also comes as a hardcover.

Kicking Butt Since 1954

Posted: March 15, 2005

Make way, Cthulhu. Stand aside, Balrog. The King of the Monsters is here, and he's one bad monster. Get on his good side by buying a Plush 50th Anniversary Godzilla. It might not be a bad idea to buy a Plush Miniature Rodan or Plush Miniature Anguirus. Just in case The King gets in a bad mood . . .

You Are What You Kill

Posted: March 14, 2005

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! And oozes and zombies and demons and wyrms and - well, you get the point. So get the book! Advanced Bestiary is filled with the one thing that brings every d20 campaign together: rules for monsters. Don't just read a monster manual. Write one.

In Cyberspace, No One Can Hear You Shop

Posted: March 13, 2005

Reach out and impregnate someone with an alien parasite with the Alien Facehugger Plush Replica. Randomly throwing this at people will make you very popular. While you're at it, get the Alien Chestburster Plush Replica. It's sure to be the talk of any dinner party.

No Guts, No Galaxy

Posted: March 12, 2005

Hanse Davion made his move on House Kurita in 3039. But were you there? We thought not. You can catch all the highlights in Classic BattleTech: Historical - War of 3039. On your way to the front lines, be sure to check out the Classic BattleTech: Mercenaries Supplemental. Never hurts to have a little backup . . .

This . . . Is My Card Game!

Posted: March 11, 2005

Good, bad, we're the ones with the cards. The cards to the Army of Darkness Card Game, that is. Shop smart and pick up a copy today. We promise they're not inked in human blood. Really.

Increase Your Gothic Visi-Bility!

Posted: March 10, 2005

No namby-pamby moping about in black clothing, pondering existential quandaries, and sipping fancy European coffees. No sir, you're ready to cleave your foes in twain and drink their blood. And the Goth Baby Doll Shirt is just the warning label you need to keep those depressing posers at bay.

The Gloss Is Always Greener With Master Series Paints!

Posted: March 09, 2005

Okay, bad joke, but it got your attention, right? As long as you're here, take a look at the Pro Paints: Master Series. They have every color in the rainbow and a few we think they made up.

What's The Big Idea?!

Posted: March 08, 2005

Why, it's a game from Cheapass Games, of course. The Big Idea: More Cards! is an expansion for that very game. More cards means more ideas! More ideas means more fun! More words mean more sales! More sales mean more ideas! More more more!

A Fool And His Money . . .

Posted: March 07, 2005

Not that we mean you, of course. Any money spent at Warehouse 23 is money well spent. No, friend, we refer to Jacob Marley, Esq., a deviously fun game about loaning in London. So please, spend your real money so that you might shuffle some fake money. We've got real loans to pay!

I Roleplay Dead People

Posted: March 06, 2005

Even monsters need monsters to fight. The World of Darkness: Antagonists solves that nicely by providing you with creatures for your players that bump in the night to bump off.