DCC RPG Core Rulebook Back In Stock

It’s been gone for a while, but now it’s back. It’s here. It’s real. And it’s sensational.

The Dungeon Crawl Classics Core Rulebook is back at the warehouse! That means that it is once more available for stores to order in both softcover and the new 7th printing on the hardcover edition.

Back with more pages than ever before—it’s up to 504, now!—the 7th printing of DCC RPG is the exact same book that it’s always been. Well, rules wise, anyway. We have never changed the rules since the 1st printing, and we’re not going to. However, we do have a lot of new material inside this new printing!

What have we got? Glad you asked.

  • Free PDF with print purchase (digital code printed on inside cover of book).
  • Sewn-in satin ribbon bookmark in hardcover edition.
  • A new mini-adventure in the back, Yddgrrl’s Maze, which replaces The Abbott of the Woods mini-adventure from the previous printing.
  • 24 new pages at the back, which include a DCC photo gallery including photos of our Gen Con tournament winners, 8 pages of quick reference tables, plot summaries for the DCC module line, and more.

And you can get this book at your FLGS now! If they don’t have it on the shelves, let them know that it is once again available to order and in our warehouse. It is shipping now to everyone, retailers and distributors alike.

And before you ask, yes, it is available from our online store*, but we encourage you to check with your local store first! Support the local store and the gaming community around them. That’s how this industry survives, and we want you to show your FLGS some love.

So head on over and look for the familiar cover on the shelves. If it’s not there now, it soon could be, just ask your store to get it in stock.

The Seventh Age has begun!

*Please note that orders in our online store will take an extra week to arrive right now since we’re tied up with some other projects. This is a great time to buy from your friendly local game store if you can!

Author: pandabrett

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