Warehouse 23 Blog

Dead Men Call No Bluffs

Posted: March 29, 2005

Dead Hand is a lot like normal poker, except when it isn't. When it is, it's exactly what you expect from a deck of playing cards. When it isn't, it's not what you expect at all. For now, concern yourself with where it is and how to obtain it. Which is here. How convenient.

Computer Required. Lamp Optional.

Posted: March 28, 2005

Ever wished you could bring a unique, personalized map to the gaming table every session? No? Not ever? Oh. Well . . . then find someone who has and tell them about Dundjinni. A high quality map is just mouse clicks away! If you're into that sort of thing, of course.

You're Not Cleared For This Shirt

Posted: March 27, 2005

Move along, citizen. There's nothing to see here. There's certainly not a Steve Jackson Games T-Shirt to buy. And we most definitely will not say fnord. Good day, citizen.

Elf Braaaaaains . . .

Posted: March 26, 2005

All Flesh Must Be Eaten: Dungeons and Zombies is just what it sounds like: dungeon diving with the living dead. No shotguns or chainsaws here, pal. Just you, your broadsword, and your guts. Do what you need to with the sword, just try to keep the guts inside your body, okay?

Dear Diary

Posted: March 25, 2005

Today was so lame. Jimmy turned me down for prom. I totally forgot about that English assignment. And worst of all, I broke a nail when I had to stake the cafeteria lady. Oh well. At least I have my Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Character Journal.

Hold Out For Hero

Posted: March 24, 2005

Truly larger than life, it's the Hero System RPG. Start a tale of barbaric fantasy with Fantasy Hero - The Valdorian Age, dive into the modern day mean streets of Hudson City: The Urban Abyss, or create a heroic universe of your own. Either way, you'll be gaming 'til the morning light.

Bored? Game!

Posted: March 23, 2005

Tired of the dungeon grind? Need an adventure for ages 10 and up? Want a huge box full of components? Return of the Heroes is the game for you! Or you can send dwarves skyward with My Dwarves Fly. Kids 10 and up get to play that one, too. Careful . . . they may just win, and then how will you face your gamer buddies?

Land Of The Rising Evil

Posted: March 22, 2005

Sure, we could take the easy route and make a naughty tentacles joke here, but we're above such things. Instead, we invite you to check out Call of Cthulhu: Secrets of Japan. See for yourself what horrors Japan has to offer. Besides collectable monsters. For something a bit more domestic, try The Stars Are Right.

Living Dead Game

Posted: March 21, 2005

Want to know what evil lurks in the heart of Vlad? Vampire: The Requiem - Rites of the Dragon is a autobiographical tale of Dracula's descent into darkness. On the other side of the coin is Nomads, the definitive guide to homeless vampires in the World of Darkness.

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.

Aiyeee!

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 . . .