Warehouse 23 Blog

Gother Than Thou

Posted: May 20, 2004

Black clothing, silver jewelry, depressing poetry . . . If they call themselves Goths, where were they when you were doing all the work pillaging the cities of Europe? Make a statement with the Goth Crop Top in its tight-fitting new silvery version.

Cuter Death Every Day

Posted: May 19, 2004

If you want your death cute, there's plenty of plush out there to choose from, but it doesn't get much cuter than Plush Anubis, God of the Dead. Look at those cute soul-reaping hands! Those charming dead eyes! That adorable little ceremonial sceptre! Don't you just want to go meet him right now?

Eek! More Classes!

Posted: May 18, 2004

Fright Night: Haunted House brings a supplement about the classic horror movie setting to the d20 System. Spend a night in a haunted house, take a few levels in a psychic character class, mind your step around the madmen . . . You know the drill. Time to split up the party and search the house.

Anachronism Isn't What It Used To Be

Posted: May 17, 2004

Back when Queen Elizabeth ruled England with nefarious sorcerer Thatcher at her side, when Indians roamed the plains in their trucks and Wild Bill Gates was the best gambler this side of the Mississippi, who was out fighting against the evil god Landmines and the powers of darkness? Diana: Warrior Princess, of course!

Welcome To Albany

Posted: May 16, 2004

Back when Vampire: The Masquerade was just taking off, there was Virtual Lore, a magazine for dark modern fantasy. There were only three issues, but if you collect them all, you'll have the unofficial citybook for Albany, New York, plus articles for Call of Cthulhu, Vampire, Mage, and more.

Liberty And Recess For All

Posted: May 15, 2004

Metahuman children of the worlds (and other realities), unite! School is inevitable, but having fun is optional. Watch the superheroes of tomorrow handle over-patriotic classmates and sneaking through the school after hours in ps238 #5 and ps238 #6. ps238: the public school for special children.

Probably Not WASTITS

Posted: May 14, 2004

Cute and cuddly Plush WASTEMS, direct to your door! These freshly-caught bundles of joy from the Human Occupied Landfill setting will cheerfully let you squeeze them half to death without complaint. Assuming they're not WASTITS. But they're probably not WASTITS. Really.

If Only I Had A Brain

Posted: May 13, 2004

The Hero System is marvelously detailed and complex. Perhaps a little too marvelously detailed and complex, for some of us. Fortunately, the Hero Designer program for character creation is out in version 2.0. Flexible and easy to use, it's just what you need to get the system doing what you want it to do.

DefCon Diagrams

Posted: May 12, 2004

New Glory Naval Base satisfies the need for military base supplements. Designed for the d20 System but made of maps and information for any game, it's filled with military conspiracies and clear floorplans useful for . . . peaceful, lawful entry into the base. That's right. Of course the PCs will get proper clearance first.

Aztec Juggling

Posted: May 11, 2004

"Your cream pie got on my jaguar guard!" "Your blood magic got on my juggler!" The Way of War gives you rules and a rationale for mixing any type of miniatures you can come up with in a wargame, and then gives you the miniatures to use. Clowns and Aztecs together at last: wargaming doesn't get much better than that.

Your Ichor Is In My Green Slime!

Posted: May 10, 2004

If oozing zombies and disgruntled demons are your cup of tea, we request that you finish your lunch out of our line of sight. But RPG Blues, Vol. 2, a compilation of RPG-related comic strips and gags, just might be for you.

Stat Storage System

Posted: May 08, 2004

Tired of toting tons of troublesome texts to the table? The Arcanis Character Folio is a convenient compendium for keeping character compilations quickly catchable. Find facts fast!

Unspeakable Horror!

Posted: May 07, 2004

Literally, in this case. Whatever is terrorizing The Village of Oester in this d20 adventure leaves refugees unable to articulate any helpful information for the PCs to use. Of course, being PCs, you know they're just going to go charging in to attack the problem anyway, so why complicate matters with the facts?

Point Of No Return

Posted: May 06, 2004

Follow the storyline of the Babylon 5 series with The Point of No Return, the supplement for the third season: episode information, game mechanics for the death of personality, statistics for Shadow ships . . . This season is also the perfect time to take a closer look at the haughty, flamboyant Centauri Republic.

Psst! Behind You!

Posted: May 05, 2004

What's a fantasy game without a nefarious thief accompanying the brave and honest adventuring party for no apparent reason? If your ne'er-do-well is getting bored while the fighters and mages get the spotlight, try Player's Advantage: Rogue, a book full of new tips, tricks, and crunchy bits to make your thief really shine.