Grimtooth’s Trapsylvania Kickstarter Is Live!


It’s alive…ALIVE!

The Grimtooth’s Trapsylvania Kickstarter that is. Our latest Kickstarter is now open and ready for business. Let’s see what the man himself has to say about it:

Listen up, puny humans! Grimtooth the Troll here. You sorry souls have been dying from my traps for decades. And in all that time, not one of you miniscule mortals has attacked me in my lair! Well, I’ve decided to take pity on you. For the first time ever, I’m going to show you my realm. You’ll finally get to see – Trapsylvania!

GrimtoothTrapsylvaniaGetting to the meat of the matter, this Kickstarter supports the publication of Grimtooth’s Trapsylvania, a 144-page campaign setting and sourcebook! It will be available in print (softcover or hardcover) and electronic (PDF) format. It is fully illustrated, with a color cover and black-and-white interior art. The book is written in a systems-neutral style like all Grimtooth books, with DCC RPG stats compiled in an appendix at the back.

Run your own Grimtooth campaign, or pick and choose locations you can use in your own adventures. Explore Grimtooth’s caverns, visit his Inner Sanctum, escape the Deathmaze Testing Center, attend Warthog’s School for Trolls, take a ride on Grimtooth’s Airship, tour Grimtina’s Petting Zoo, or get lost in many more gigantic places of doom, like the Infinite Corridor of Hallways. Each of these infamous locations includes maps, descriptions, non-player character details, scenarios, and lots of art. Plus there are more traps (of course) and plenty of things to endanger entertain your characters.

As a special bonus, one of the add-on items for this campaign is the long-lost Grimtooth’s Lair book. This legendary 8th Grimtooth book was an unlicensed volume put out by an independent publisher at Origins in 1983. It was thought lost to the ages—until we discovered a copy. You can read more about it in our recent article.

So head on over to the Grimtooth’s Trapsylvania Kickstarter and show your love of Grimtooth and his trap-infested homeland. It’s a great way to keep things lively—right up to the point of the character’s untimely demise.


Author: pandabrett

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