Year in Review: Best Sellers
Dec27

Year in Review: Best Sellers

We have had an amazing year. For Goodman Games, 2017 will go down as one of the best years on record, and it’s all because of you. We can publish as many items as we like, but unless we see the amazing kind of support that you fans show us, it means nothing. We thought you might like to see a list of our best selling items, sorted out in a variety of ways, for the 2017 calendar year. If you bought any of the items on the list,...

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Real Life Adventures: Scotland and Orkney
Dec26

Real Life Adventures: Scotland and Orkney

Real Life Adventures: Scotland and Orkney by Daniel J. Bishop I was lucky enough to take a five-week trip to Scotland and Orkney in 2017, from mid-August to mid-September. I flew with my partner and youngest child into Edinburgh Airport, where my older daughter and her boyfriend met us. Because they started university this year, they could only come for the first two weeks of the trip. Scotland is an amazingly beautiful country with a...

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Merry Christmas
Dec25

Merry Christmas

To all those who celebrate it, everyone at Goodman Games wishes you a wonderful Christmas. We hope that your day is filled with love, joy, and a newfound level of kindness. Be sure to check for traps, invoke the proper patron of the day, and use spellburn sparingly. And, by the way, that present just MIGHT be a mimic in disguise. You never know. Now go roll some dice with some loved ones and make some wonderful new memories....

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Adventures in Fiction: Fritz Leiber
Dec24

Adventures in Fiction: Fritz Leiber

Adventures in Fiction: Fritz Leiber By Michael Curtis We’ve talked a lot about Fritz Leiber, whose birthday we’re celebrating today, over the last few years. Leiber, born December 24th, 1910, is most widely known among gamers as the man responsible for the fantastic Fafhrd and Gray Mouser stories. In the years running up to the looming-ever-larger-on-the-horizon release of DCC Lankhmar, a lot of ink has been spilled discussing...

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Last Call for Road Crew!
Dec23

Last Call for Road Crew!

We are down to the wire. One week remains, and if you want to get your woodgrain name badge, we need you to send in all of your events! You need a total of 13 events for Road Crew 2017 to qualify for the woodgrain badge (which will be shipping in early 2018, for all of you have already sent in your totals), and this is the last week to get those events registered. And don’t stop just because the year is ending! We’ve got...

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Submit Your Gen Con Events!
Dec22

Submit Your Gen Con Events!

We are still looking for your events at Gen Con 2018! It might seem a long way off, but before you know it we’ll be talking about going to the biggest show of the year. Event submissions are due by January 25th, so if you are planning to run a Goodman Game’s event—whether it be Dungeon Crawl Classics, Mutant Crawl Classics, Xcrawl, Metamorphosis Alpha, or any other Goodman product—get us the info! You need to email us...

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Looking for Love….er, Demos
Dec21

Looking for Love….er, Demos

Hey fans and road crew members, we’ve heard from some stores who want someone to run a DCC demo game! They all asked for this at industry conventions earlier this year, so we know they are looking for super-fans to come in and take the game to the next level. If you’re in the area of one of these stores, please stop by and schedule a Dungeon Crawl Classics demo! Remember that if you run the game through the Road Crew, you’ll get free...

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New Year’s Evil Now Available!
Dec20

New Year’s Evil Now Available!

Want a last second Christmas present? Or how about a great way to celebrate the New Year’s holiday? Well, DCC Xcrawl: New Year’s Evil might be the answer, because it is now in stores! This fun new module using the Dungeon Crawl Classics rules system and set in the Xcrawl gaming universe is now available everywhere! And if you need to find the closest DCC-friendly store near you, be sure to check out our retailer locator....

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Adventures in Fiction: Michael Moorcock
Dec19

Adventures in Fiction: Michael Moorcock

Adventures in Fiction: Michael Moorcock By Bob Brinkman It is hard to speak of Michael Moorcock’s career without first acknowledging a great debt owed by the Sword & Sorcery community. It was Michael Moorcock and Fritz Leiber who originally coined the term now used to refer to works such as the Conan stories of Robert E. Howard, and so it is only fitting that “Sword & Sorcery” now encompasses the works of Moorcock himself....

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Now Sold Out!
Dec17

Now Sold Out!

Now Sold Out! It’s been a brisk holiday season, and you folks have supported us in ways that we never imagined. To the point where we have to now announce that there are a couple of items that are gone from our inventory. The Dungeon Crawl Classics 4th Printing Silver Foil Edition is now completely sold out in our warehouse. Some stores may still have copies, but we have no more available for our online store or for...

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Last Day to Order for Christmas Delivery!
Dec16

Last Day to Order for Christmas Delivery!

Today, Saturday, December 16th, is the last day that we can guarantee domestic orders from our online store will be delivered before Christmas. DO NOT DELAY! ORDER NOW! Remember that if you order our New Year’s Evil adventure, you ALSO get a PDF edition. So you can still order it in time to play the adventure during the holiday season, even if the print edition arrives a little later. New Year’s Evil is the new holiday-themed level-2...

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Gen Con 2017 Tournament Statistics
Dec15

Gen Con 2017 Tournament Statistics

Like every year, Gen Con 2017 was great. In case you forgot, we ran a tournament that everyone loved, in a style that we hadn’t done in years. In fact, everyone loved it so much that we’re currently preparing the tournament adventure for publication. It will eventually be published in the 2018 Gen Con Program Guide as The Black Heart of Thakulon the Undying. Which, of course, means that we had to go back over everything....

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