New In Our Online Store: DCC Third-Party Products, OSR Items and New Spanish Translations of DCC Modules!

It’s the first release Wednesday of 2020! And we’re kicking it off right, with seven new releases in our online store!

From updated material to translations of classics to material for your Dungeon Crawl Classics game, this week has a little bit of everything.

Let’s see what’s in store! (In more ways than one…)

Obscura Zine Issue One

Obscura is a zine about the old school spirit in RPGs.

Here we’ll talk about games like DCC RPGSharp Sword and Sinister SpellsSolar Blades & Cosmic Spells, Dark Streets & Darker Secrets, bring to us new rules, monsters, tables, spells, etc., and we hope, so many other games that focus on this classic style of gaming.

Back to BasiX #10

A quarterly fanzine dedicated to a simpler time of RPGs, covering the Basic and Expert editions of Dungeons & Dragons.

The tenth issue (September, 2019) of the Back to BasiX fanzine, from Thom Wilson at ThrowiGames LLC.

This fanzine celebrates, highlights and supports one of the original roleplaying game systems of the 1980’s, the Basic and Expert editions of Dungeons & Dragons.  Each issue will provide or highlight content within the Holmes, Moldvay, Cook, and Mentzer edited rules from TSR’s Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson.

This issue contains:  Product Spotlight, Spell Review, New Magic Items, New Monsters, three medium-length encounters (“Craghorn Hills”,”The Sea God’s Halls”,”Lair of the Bloody Fists”), THREE Full page comics “Dungeon Delvers” (artist, Travis Hanson), and an interview with Douglas Niles (TSR author and game creator). 

Silent Titans

This is Silent Titans, an adventure, a game, a work of art, a mystery, a book of post-singularity dream-imagery.

It’s an Adventure. Silent Titans includes an overland area isolated by mysterious phenomena, a central town, a scattering of settlements and five unique non-Euclidian dungeons. Brave the strange environment, investigate the dungeons, get the treasure and you can escape. If you are familiar with the general conventions of old-school play or light d20 mechanics, you should be able to expand Silent Titans to any of the main OSR systems.

It’s History. Silent Titans is set in a world wracked by time spasms and dimensional collapse. In its geography, society, environments, and characters are warped or alternate versions of the Wirral Peninsula in North West England. Driven through this like needles through skin, are terrifying shards of a distant, ruined, high-technology reality whose broken weapons and poisonous ontological waste has been dumped and hidden in its own past. It has both sword fights and robots.

It’s a work of art. Silent Titans combines the fervid, intensely vibrant, Escher-like artwork of Dirk Detweiler Leichty and the strange dream-vision prose of Patrick Stuart on every page. Its dungeons are also heraldic glyphs, its monsters and characters sprawl across double-page spreads like the figures of an illuminated gospel from a fallen post-singularity world.

The Bailiff

The Bailiff assists your Judge’s Screen, with Emergency Nouns, a NEW Birth Augur Chart, monsters, and more!

Every Judge needs a good Bailiff, and now’s your chance to hire one on! The Bailiff is an assistant to your existing Judge’s Screen, with things like Emergency Nouns, a NEW Birth Augur Chart especially suited to one-shot games, Inspirational Place Names, Weird Weather, some recurring monsters, and more!

A double-sided, three-panel screen, 8.5 by 14 inches in total.

DCC Master Zine Index

A digest-sized topical content index of all third-party-publisher produced DCC RPG zines. This Index is updated annually.

DCC #70: Jewels of the Carnifex – Spanish Edition

This is the Spanish language edition of our classic adventure from our publishing partner Other Selves.

At the end of a forgotten back alley, in the weird and otherworldly marketplace of faiths known as the Bazaar of the Gods, stands the ruins of a forgotten chapel. Once the cult of the Carnifex was celebrated throughout the City of a Thousand Gates. But a band of holy warriors rose against the cult of executioners and torturers, casting down her signs and scattering her devotees to the winds. The fate of the cthonic goddess, and – more importantly – her fabled jewels remains a mystery…until this night.

Set amid the sprawling decadence of Punjar, Jewels of the Carnifex offers low-level adventurers a chance to plumb the mysteries beneath the city’s soiled streets, explore forgotten crypts lavished with weird artifacts, and – for the quick and daring – claim the lost Jewels of the Carnifex!

Bonus Adventure: This module also includes the bonus adventure Lost in the Briars, by Brendan LaSalle — an exciting romp through the woods — woods controlled by an evil treant intent on completing a diabolic ritual!

DCC #82: Bride of the Black Manse – Spanish Edition

This is the Spanish language edition of our classic adventure from our publishing partner Other Selves.

Centuries past, Lady Ilse ascended to scion of House Liis by trading the archdevil Mammon what he wanted most: her immortal soul – and a diabolical betrothal. The triumph proved hollow, for every year on the eve of her fell covenant, she was beset by visions of Mammon and her foul promise. Seeking to save herself, she was buried alive, swaddled in the holy symbols of a dozen divergent faiths. This desperate ploy held Mammon at bay for centuries…but a devil can afford to wait a very long time.

After hundreds of years, the last of the holy wards has fallen. The devil has come to collect his due. Tonight a storm crashes against the ancient manor house and forgotten spirits rise from the muck and mire. The fallen belfry tolls once more, announcing the hellish fete. As the adventurers arrive to explore the Black Manse, Mammon calls for his winsome bride. He will leave with a soul at the end of the night. The only question is: Whose?

Bonus Adventure: This module also includes the bonus adventure Floating Oasis of the Ascended God, by Stephen Newton! In this level 1 adventure, the player characters are sent to a floating island where they encounter bizarre underlings of an absent deity!

Author: jmcdevitt

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