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Sci-Fi Horror

Posted: February 08, 2005

It's science fiction! It's horror! It's post-apocalyptic! It has killer robots! It's from Palladium Books, which probably tells you even more about it. Splicers is a game that might or might not be set on Earth. But it definitely has killer robots, which is what's really important here.

Spooky Power-Gaming

Posted: February 07, 2005

The Rifter #28 is the Halloween Special, and thus naturally packed full of monsters, horror, demons, and dinosaurs. Because when one thinks of horror and Halloween, one thinks of dinosaurs. Or possibly it's because dinos would be good at eating people. Either way, it's Halloween fun for all sorts of Palladium games.

You Are Here

Posted: February 06, 2005

Dungeons of Doom: A Compendium of Fantasy Maps is a handy compilation of maps for the panicked GM trying to come up with a last-minute dungeon. And if you're feeling particularly wicked, you can even give your players the special handouts full of almost accurate information and cleverly coded maps.

Ring Around The Archfiend, Pocket Full Of Power

Posted: February 05, 2005

In many fantasy settings, rings are the epitome of portable power: compact, easily enchanted, and a stylish fashion accessory (unlike, say, spiked gauntlets or a gnarled staff). Artifacts of the Ages: Rings gives you dozens of complex new magical bits of jewelry for your game.

Travel Further

Posted: February 04, 2005

Not too long ago, JTAS was actually printed on paper. Alas, as with so many things made of paper, it can be hard to find anymore. Now you can access these old issues in the latest compilation of JTAS issues: The Journal of the Travellers' Aid Society Issues 25-36.

Warehouse 23 Top Ten

Posted: February 03, 2005

Check out Warehouse 23's top selling items for January at the Warehouse 23 Top 10 page.

Fuggly Classics

Posted: February 02, 2005

It's the wacky mythos card game of cults and spells, now back in print! Creatures & Cultists features artwork by John Kovalic and a race to prove who's the most nefarious cult of all.

Smaller Supers

Posted: February 01, 2005

The kids at ps238, the only elementary school for superpowered children, take a look at the past in ps238 #8 with the history of the Rainmaker Project. And then Tyler, the only kid in the school without superpowers, gets to go on a crime-fighting fieldtrip in ps238 #9. Can gadgets and cleverness let an ordinary kid keep up with the supers?

100% James Bond Free

Posted: January 31, 2005

Trap, taunt, and kill your own unnamed spies in a variety of clever deathtraps with James Ernest's Totally Renamed Spy Game. This classic card game has finally been re-released with new color artwork, improved game mechanics, and absolutely no trademark infringement.

Honor And Treachery

Posted: January 30, 2005

In Legend of the Five Rings, honor is more important than life - but not for all. Climb the ranks of the most esteemed and powerful samurai with the Way of the Daimyo, or skulk through the shadows of a different sort of power with the Way of the Thief.

Blood & Guns

Posted: January 29, 2005

Based on the hit anime series about vampires, heavy weaponry, and other good things in life, Big Eyes, Small Mouth d20: Hellsing takes you straight into the secret war in the night.

Down In The Deep Dark Dungeon

Posted: January 28, 2005

Waiting warily within the strange subterranean sewer, creepy cardboard critters have been arranged on the map . . . Adventure Tiles: Dungeons gives you a set of mix-and-match cardstock tiles of dungeon rooms and corridors, perfect for the next abrupt ambush assault.

Widescreen Superheroes

Posted: January 26, 2005

Based on the popular comic book series, The Authority Roleplaying Game and Sourcebook takes the world of Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch and translates it to Tri-Stat and Silver Age Sentinels d20 stats.

Squeezable!

Posted: January 25, 2005

You've finally mixed the perfect shade of mauve for your Undead Army O' Doom, and now you need some way of storing it. Never fear, for there are clever ways of preserving such things! Empty Bottles and Empty Squeeze Bottles await you.

From The Machine

Posted: January 23, 2005

From classic cyberpunk to post-cyberpunk (which is rather like post-modernism, but involving less literary criticism), Tri-Stat: Ex Machina takes you to the world where man meets machine. With four unique settings and plenty of information to create your own, you'll be set with everything from cyberware to biotech for decades to come.