Warehouse 23 Blog

Pyramids, Peasants, And Pharaohs!

Posted: March 02, 2005

Far be it from us to recommend any game with pyramids in it. Still, if you're looking to take your d20 game in a different direction, might we recommend Mythic Vistas: Egyptian Adventures - Hamunaptra. After all, if you're gonna raid a crypt, you might as well think big, right?

Warehouse 23 Top Ten

Posted: March 01, 2005

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

Beware Of Shadows . . .

Posted: February 28, 2005

Dark and ancient, Cthulhu lies dormant under the black waters of the Pacific. There are those who would try and wake him. Shadows of Yog-Sothoth is an epic campaign to stop the rise of mankind's greatest foe. Just be sure you bring extra ammo. You may want the last bullet for yourself. . .

The King Is Dead!

Posted: February 27, 2005

So he won't mind if you steal his roleplaying books. Like, say, Ars Magica. Might as well help yourself to The Broken Covenant of Calebais while you're at it. Turns out the King had good taste in classic roleplaying. Poor taste in advisors, though. Oh well. . .

Ready . . . Set . . .

Posted: February 26, 2005

Go! What better way to start an Arcana Unearthed campaign than with the Arcana Unearthed Starter Set? Well? Can't think of one, eh? That's because there isn't one! Now you see their brilliant plan!

Chocolate And Peanut Butter?

Posted: February 25, 2005

No! Flowers & Fluxx! Although, as it turns out, they taste great together too. Now dig in! (Disclaimer: This product is not food. Really. Don't eat it. We were joking.)

Go Ahead. Poke Fun.

Posted: February 24, 2005

Laugh at the Great Old Ones all you want with Goomi's Unspeakable Vault (of Doom). Just pray they can take a joke. . .

98% Sanity Free!

Posted: February 23, 2005

Worlds of Cthulhu #1 is an excellent source of supplemental game material for the Call of Cthulhu RPG. Unfortunately, reading it also makes you lose 2D4 Sanity. Sorry about that.

Buy Ironclaw, Fur Pity's Sake!

Posted: February 22, 2005

The Ironclaw Discount Bundle is everything you need to get started, get finished, and do all the nasty bits in between with the players in Ironclaw. How handy!

Wind Up Zombies!

Posted: February 21, 2005

All Wound Up! Escape From the Cemetery is a neat game, sure, but you just want to buy it for the four wind-up zombies it includes. You know you do.

The Hitchhiker's Guide To Gamma World

Posted: February 20, 2005

Gamma World: Beyond the Horizon is a guide to what's left of Earth after the Final Wars. You need this book. The last thing you want is to be lost, naked, and alone in the wastelands. Trust us on this one. . .

Buy The Jabberwock, My Son!

Posted: February 19, 2005

Jaws that bite and teeth that catch aside, the Plush Jabberwock is an excellent gift for children. Provided they have a vorpal blade, of course. You did buy a vorpal sword, didn't you?

Here And There Be Dragons

Posted: February 18, 2005

Plush Golden Dragons to the left of me! Plush Chinese Dragons to the right! And here I am, stuck in the middle with you. Won't you order one? They look rather hungry. . .

In Space, No One Can Hear You Map

Posted: February 17, 2005

Capable of generating massive, 3D star charts, AstroSynthesis v1.0 has everything you need to map the galaxy. Just don't try saying it three times fast. We wouldn't want you to hurt yourself.

Ye Olde Roleplaying

Posted: February 16, 2005

Classic doesn't just mean "old". It means "tried and true." It means "guaranteed quality." It means. . . okay, there's no point in sugar-coating it. It means old, but don't hold that against Dungeon Crawl Classics #12: The Blackguard's Revenge. We're sure your players won't. They're probably old too.