Warehouse 23 Blog

Impress Your Friends!

Posted: April 14, 2005

Sure, you want to be like the rest of the Cool Kids and have row upon row of elegantly painted metal adorning your gaming table. The problem is, well, you're short on time or talent and . . . frankly, you don't even know where or how to start. That's a thing of the past with the Pro Paints: Non-Metallic Metal beginner's painting kit.

Light Up The Night With The Fires Of Rebellion

Posted: April 13, 2005

Eredane lays in ruin, conquered by the dark lord Izrador. Grab your sword, hero. Midnight: Steel and Shadow gives you the tools and tricks you need for the fight. Midnight: Forge of Shadow lays out the enemy's greatest vulnerability. There's never been a better time to strike back.

Putting the "Cheer" Back In Cheerlessness

Posted: April 12, 2005

Acquiring riches, having grand adventures, becoming powerful. . . none of these are goals in Gloom. In fact, quite the opposite is true: the only way to be a winner is to be a complete loser. Drive your family to the absolute edge of despair while simultaneously cheering up your enemies. What fun!

What Do You Want?

Posted: April 11, 2005

Rules for space stations? Brand new scenarios? Stats for Captain John Sheridan? Or perhaps an entire Shadow fleet? All this and more is available in Babylon 5: A Call to Arms Rules Supplement 1 and Rules Supplement 2. And they can be yours. For a price . . .

He Who Casts The First Stone Wins

Posted: April 10, 2005

You've tried talking. You've tried reasoning. You've tried cajoling. Now, it's time to try something that actually works. The Schlock Mercenary: Rule #27 Shirt serves as good reminder that senseless violence is the better part of valor.

Every Journey Begins With A Single Schlep

Posted: April 09, 2005

For the first time outside Dragon Magazine, the Nodwick Adventure Log Volume 1 collects the classic comic strips that would define everyone's favorite henchman: Nodwick. If you find your sides start splitting, don't worry. Piffany's got plenty of duct tape. Nodwick #27 is also available for the latest of the greatest.

Give In To Your Hate

Posted: April 08, 2005

Journey to the most hostile of environments and surround yourself with people who wish nothing more than to do you grievous harm. No, not high school. We're talking about EverQuest: Plane of Hate. With stats for every inhabitant of the realm, it's everything you never wanted to know about the place you never wanted to go.

The Saga Continues

Posted: April 07, 2005

Packed with all the usual humor of Dork Tower (plus a few sweet extras), The Dork Side of the Goon is cover to cover laughs for gamers, geeks, nerds, and muskrats. This book contains issues 25-29 of Dork Tower. It does not, however, sync up with The Wizard of Oz. Hey, nothing's perfect.

Horrify The One You Love

Posted: April 06, 2005

Few things say "love" quite like the pink, fleshy, malleable lump of feline known as Choo-Choo Bear. The Something Positive: Choo-Choo Heart Shirts aren't just a way to show your affection, they can also be used to frighten off your enemies.

GM, What Is Good In Life?

Posted: April 05, 2005

To crush your players, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the dice! To do this, however, you're gonna need more than just a core book. The Road of Kings lays out the world of Conan for all to see, while Shadizar - City of Wickedness delves into the most famous hive of scum and villainy in Conan's world.

You Will Enjoy These Fine Supplements

Posted: April 04, 2005

You do not have a choice in the matter. You will purchase Crash Priority and The Mutant Experience. They will enhance your Paranoia XP game considerably. This will make you very happy. The Computer wants you to be happy. Do not disappoint The Computer. We just finished cleaning up the floor in here.

Articles & Expansions

Posted: April 03, 2005

Play the Babylon 5 RPG? How about Conan? Judge Dredd? Paranoia XP? Jeremiah? Anything with an OGL logo on it? Then we humbly recommend Signs & Portents (with special emphasis on issues #16, #17, #18, and #19). They're loaded with useful information for your space faring, post-apocalyptic, d20 campaign about barbarians fighting The Computer in Mega-City One.

Hot Nerd Action

Posted: April 02, 2005

With a name like Full Frontal Nerdity Annual #1, who needs catchy advertising copy? The talented Aaron Williams has devised yet another comic strip overflowing with wit and charm, appealing to the inner nerds of all of us. That alone should be enough to entice you, right?

Black And White And Dead All Over

Posted: April 01, 2005

Looking to make your superhero game a little . . . darker? It doesn't get much grittier than black and white, and Mutants & Masterminds: Noir is as monochromatic as they come. Trenchcoat heroes and super femme fatales duke it out with the forces of darkness in the back alleys of the 1930s.

Wanted: Able-Bodied Soldiers

Posted: March 31, 2005

Mythic Vistas: The Black Company details the world of its namesake novel series by Glen Cook. Be you a fan or your everyday d20 gamer, you'll find something to sink your teeth into. Over three hundred pages of background, rules, and general mayhem await. Do you have the guts to join The Black Company?