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Archive | September, 2017

September New Releases End of the Month Round-Up!

28 Sep

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Nearly the end of the month, and this month’s releases too. Here’s a quick round-up of the releases this September so far…

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222254/SingularityAdventure-Module-GSAM02?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222319/SRVC-Clausius-Ship-Plans-Poster?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222315/Ferrous-Sun-Ship-Plans-Poster?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222364/Singularity-Adventure-Bundle-BUNDLE?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222006/100-Dusty-Paperbacks-on-an-Abandoned-Bookshelf-for-all-Modern-RPGs?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/221314/20-Sides-of-Karma-Evil-Toys-from-the-Toymasters-Workshop?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/220550/SciFi-Bundle-Collection-Vol-1-BUNDLE?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

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http://www.rpgnow.com/product/220429/100-Things-Killer-Toys-do-when-your-back-is-turned-for-all-Modern-Horror-RPGs?src=newest&coverSizeTest=true

http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222655/Grims-Fantastic-Dungeon-Collection-Bundle-BUNDLE

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Grinning Skull Studios: Singularity Adventure Module GSAM02 Out Now!

23 Sep

Back again with a new release, Grinning Skull Studios present SINGULARITY Adventure Module GSAM02, our latest System-free Sci-fi module.

http://www.rpgnow.com/product/222254/SingularityAdventure-Module-GSAM02

Have you ever woken up dead, but just never realized it? Well, that’s exactly what happens to the crew of the Scientific Research Vessel, Clausius.

When the player characters awake from cryostasis, their brains, addled by the cryogenic mind fog of hypersleep drugs, are in no fit state to realize there is anything out of the ordinary happening – other than the proximity alarms blaring, and the crew of an unknown vessel about to board their ship.

As they scramble to save their ship, the player characters realize there is more going on than meets the eye. Not only has the ship’s distress beacon has been activated, but when they discover the withered husks of the rest of the crew, they realize their last memories of leaving Earth don’t match with what they are seeing. Except for one crew member, that is. He has distinct memories of events long after they left Earth behind.

As the player characters desperately try to keep control of their ship and get to grips with the mysterious events that have happened around them, they realize the external threat is nothing compared to the existential threat that lurks within.

Complete with pre-generated characters, this one-shot sci-fi adventure throws the player characters straight into the action, and if they survive, they might just begin to question what it means to be human.

Suitable for most Sci-fi RPGs such as Traveller and starfinder, or just about any game!

You can find this new title and many others at our publisher pages on DriveThruRPG and RPGnow by clicking the links below:

  

 

Free (ish!) 100 Dusty Paperbacks on an Abandoned Bookshelf for Modern RPGs Download Now!

20 Sep

Hello again, just a post to let you know about this month’s Pointless Classics title is 100 Dusty Paperbacks on an Abandoned Bookshelf for all Modern RPGs.

This PDF is ideal for those moments during your game when players are searching and scavenging on shelves and so on. Not every search will come up with anything decent for your PC’s will find scrounging about, so why not throw them some tatty old paperback books instead! Inside there are 100 random books for them to discover,  complete with a genre (For adding an author you can use 100 Stupid, Silly or Offensive Names for all RPGs, or any of our name PDFs from our Publisher pages here DrivethruRPG and RPGnow.)

As with the other monthly Pointless Classic titles, they are Pay What You Want, which means exactly that, you pay what you want! If you’re feeling generous you can pay a little donation (which helps to our running costs) or just get the titles for free! That’s right, FREE!

Of course, we have a steadily ever growing range of digital pdf hobby products which can be browsed at our respective publisher pages at DriveThruRPG, RPGnow, and Wargame Vault by clicking the links on this page.

I’ll be back later to discuss more on my first impressions on Osprey’s Rogue Stars, which I’m pouring over right now…

Rogue Stars: Let the ideas start to flow!

16 Sep

So, with Osprey’s Rogue Stars ( Rogue Stars: Skirmish Wargaming in a Science Fiction Underworld (Osprey Wargames) ) winging its way to me through the post (yes, I succumbed to it in the end, the temptation was far too great!) I really look forward to getting it so I can have a really good read to ingest all the lovely space opera flavour I’m hoping there to be!

I’ve not really had much chance to peruse any osprey wargames rules other than Frostgrave, but I have read my share of other Osprey books (I absolutely love the Jason and the Argonauts book, review of which is here: Osprey Adventures: Jason and the Argonauts Review)

All these ideas flowing, with plenty more to come I expect, especially when I get a good browse at the rules and fluff has got me thinking. I am going to need a new baseboard or two and maybe some playing mats, plus a fair bit of 28mm scifi scenery will need to be made, not to mention getting the minis together (I think I have plenty of miniatures to fit this game already, but I have seen a load that I wouldn’t mind getting…!)

I’ll try my best to do to create more min scenic tutorials, just like the Grim’s Dungeons of Doom series!

What I would like to do is take this opportunity to invite you on my journey too, I’ll document my thoughts, ideas, miniatures purchases & painting, scenery tutorials and so forth, similar to Grim’s Dungeons of Doom and even share any battle reports along the way.

Both spotlights are working! There will be no escape for trespassers!

I suppose that this is going to start me off with a new article series as a result, but I reckon that those 28mm Sci-fi gamers of you out there (especially warhammer 40k, Oldskool Rogue Trader and other Sci-fi wargames that are available) will find plenty of useful stuff for them to justify it.

I’m thinking that I’ll make an interior set of terrain similar to Grim’s Dungeons of Doom, but not too much, that way it’ll be interchangeable with the walls, floors and other fantasy scenic stuff (the cavern walls will fit nicely in an Alien planet theme, maybe some alien flora and fauna, but then I’m going to have to do a few 28mm Sci-fi buildings and maybe something along the lines of the old Necromunda scenery from the 90’s. Where ever possible, I’ll point you in the way of useful resources and info too, which will be a nice change to 15mm model making in the Sci-fi wargaming I’ve got used to.

Like I’ve said, I imagine that there’s going to be loads of ideas free-flowing, but I really want to know what you think too. Is there anything I should be trying out? What scenics do you want to see me make? Just let me know by commenting below,  tell me about your ideas or your experience of Rogue Stars gameplay.

I’ll be back later with some possible miniature choices, that is, once I’ve plundered my lead piles…:)

20 Sides of Karma: Evil Toys from the Toymaster’s Workshop, New title from Grinning Skull Studios!

10 Sep

I’d like to take a minute to tell you about our new title series, 20 Sides of Karma, in a departure from the usual Grim’s Amazing D100 Tables and other title lines, 20 Sides of Karma will address a collection of 20 items, NPCs, adventure ideas, creatures, events & encounters, and more in each supplement.

With this being the first to kick off the new series, we’re going to stick to the Evil Toy theme some more, with 20 Sides of Karma: Evil Toys from the Toymaster’s Workshop.

Evil Toys from the Toymaster’s Workshop details 20 otherworldly Toy oddities for your game campaign, this 23-page pdf is fully illustrated and system free so you can use it with your fave RPG system. All game material in this supplement is easily used in literally any genre, be it fantasy, horror, pulp or sci-fi, you should be able to slot these things into your game for some chilling killer toy vibes.

Get your copy by visiting the link here: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/221314/20-Sides-of-Karma-Evil-Toys-from-the-Toymasters-Workshop

Or for those of you who prefer DriveThruRPG, don’t worry, it’s available there too! http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/221314/20-Sides-of-Karma-Evil-Toys-from-the-Toymasters-Workshop

This title will be followed up soon with 20 Sides of Karma: More Evil Toys from the Toymaster’s Workshop: Modern Edition, a collection of 20 more killer toys, this time with a modern twist! This then will be followed by an Evil Toy Bundle collection (to include 100 Things killer toys do, when your back is turned for all fantasy RPGs & 100 Things killer toys do, when your back is turned for modern horror RPGs both still available.)

If you want to help support the Grinning Skull, please visit or share our links below with anyone you think will be interested in our titles.

  

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