That’s a lot of headline. But, it’s also a lot of product!
It’s a genuine potpourri of product that has hit our online store today, and we’re happy to share it all with you.
Plus some of the items are also available at your FLGS! You cand find the new printings on Hugh’s Weird Dice, The Isle of Dread, and DCC Horror #2: Sinister Sutures of the Sempstress in game stores everywhere this week.
Let’s take a look at everything!
Back in stock and better than ever!
This “tutorial adventure” by legendary designers Zeb Cook and Tom Moldvay was included in the D&D Expert Set and has been seen by millions of gamers. Now the 1E edition is released in hardcover form, accompanied by a 5E conversion and expansion.
This is your chance to revisit an iconic adventure from your youth – and play it in the newest rules set with the next generation!
This set contains the very dice that Hugh the Barbarian used to defeat a host of terrible adversaries and acquire his legendary magical bell-bottoms. Using these dice in your game is guaranteed to bring good fortune, especially if you rub them on a mustache prior to each session.
This printing of Hugh’s Weird Dice features NEW ART and new game material on the back of the label. Hugh’s Weird Dice are white dice with red numbers on them.
DCC Horror #2: The Sinister Sutures of the Sempstress
A level 6 adventure for Dungeon Crawl Classics.
Mother was wrong: There are monsters in the closet.
Terror seeks out the adventurers in the safety of their own homes, drawing them into a tailored web of vengeance long-deferred. Torn from their beds, the PCs find themselves trapped in the House of Tattered Remnants, the home and prison of an eldritch entity known only as The Sempstress. The adventurers must overcome patchwork horrors, unearthly craftsmen, and even the unraveling of their own realities if they hope to defeat the Sempstress in her lair and escape the House. Or will they be unmade by The Sempstress’ evil?
This edition is printed in 8.5″ x 11″ format.
Two dice to roll percentiles? What is this, the 20th century? The modern gamer needs only ONE die to roll that percentile, and comes in the form of the Zocchihedron!
We now have several colors of the Zocchihedron back in stock, including the regular matte colors that you’ve known, as well as the rare and elusive metallic edition of the d100!
Back in stock!
What is the D-Total, you ask? It’s the dice that only one company in the industry would have the courage to bring to market. The D-Total is an oversized hollow 24-sided die that can simulate ANY polyhedron result from 2-sided up to 100-sided. The die is printed with an incredibly complex array of symbols, shapes, and numbers. If you utilize the included two-page instruction sheet and apply significant amounts of patience, you can use this die to replace your entire collection of dice.
Reviewing the samples and two pages of instructions inspired the Goodman Games creative staff to utter such phrases as these:
“Yeah, I’m getting mad just looking at that.”
“It’s like math homework.”
“Every time I look at it I get a headache.”
“I know I should do it but it feels painful.”
“I want to somehow use it in an adventure but it’s like making a dentist appointment.”
You can find the white d-total here, red d-total here, and the black d-total here.
Back in stock!
Gaming pioneer Col. Lou Zocchi, creator of the 100-sided die and inductee into the Adventure Gaming Hall of Fame, has a long history with unique polyhedrons. He shares an interest in dice with Goodman Games founder Joseph Goodman. At a game convention, Lou and Joseph were talking about dice. Lou showed Joseph his 50-sided die, a large heavy polyhedron that resembles a child’s top. As with all things Lou sells, the die has a fun origin story. It was created long ago in a failed scheme to profit from the Wisconsin state lottery, and Lou came into possession of a great number of surplus 50-sided dice when the original creator divorced and was forced to liquidate his possessions.
While talking to Joseph, Lou lamented the lack of games that utilize the D50. “It’s a fun die and more gamers would buy it if it had more uses in the games,” said Lou.
“Hmm,” thought Joseph. “I can do something about that….”
Be sure and check out 50 Fantastic Functions for the D50 for a whole book stuffed with tables to use with your shiny new d50!