Warehouse 23 Blog

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.

Look At The BONES!

Posted: February 15, 2005

Okay, so there's no bones here, but the Plush Bloody Rabbit with Big Pointy Teeth - Miniature Size is still a cold-blooded killer! Speaking of cold-blooded, shouldn't you cover your feet with something fuzzy and warm? Even if it is a pair of blood-thirsty, man-eating rabbits, like these Rabbit with Big Pointy Teeth Slippers? You should. Trust us.

High-Powered Haiku

Posted: February 14, 2005

Heroes of Norrath
goes to level thirty-five.
Yay for EverQuest!

Because Dungeons Aren't Dark Enough

Posted: February 13, 2005

You need something horrific . . . but with level progression. Dark and creepy . . . but allowing for serious combat potential. Welcome back to Ravenloft. Are you sure you ever really left it?

Exalted

Posted: February 12, 2005

"Before there was a World of Darkness, there was an age of savage adventure." That's the introduction to a plethora of perspectives on Exalted, a world of high-powered martial arts, arcane magics, delicately ruthless court politics, and more. From fiction to glass beads to sourcebooks, this product line has you covered.

Return of the Six-Siders

Posted: February 11, 2005

The D6 System is back, and is working industriously at supporting all three genres it's aimed at. You can collect all three core books at once with the D6 Core Set, or expand on your genre of choice with D6 Fantasy: Creatures and D6 Adventure: Locations.

Tagon's Toughs

Posted: February 10, 2005

Tagon of Schlock Mercenary may be dead, but his spirit, image, and group of heavily-armed mercenaries live on in Tagon's Toughs. Show your allegiance (and possibly make yourself less of a target, should it come to that) with the Tagon's Toughs T-Shirt.

Highly Effective Mottoes

Posted: February 09, 2005

Fans of Schlock Mercenary have long known the wisdom found in The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Pirates. Now you can keep one of those rules on your chest as a reminder with Rule #35 shirts: "That which does not kill you has made a tactical error."

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.