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Attack Peek! This time out we’re giving you some insight into the two newest books in our online store: The Tome of Debasement and Terror of the Stratosfiend #3.
These PDF previews are meant to give you a taste of the release, absolutely free. And if you like what you see, then you can head over to our online store to grab the full book.
Let’s take a look!
First up is The Tome of Debasement.
This DCC RPG compatible zine details the followers of Herlezzect, the Debased God, in the same format as those in the DCC Annual Vol. 1 (from Goodman Games). The zine covers the unique traits, disapproval results, and canticles for evil cultists who pledge themselves to the debased one. The bulk of the zine is taken up by a collection of spells geared for use by the evil clerics in your games, with evocative titles like: Deceiving Visage, Putrescent Bog, Rotting Stench, Halo of Flies, Lash, Twisted Form, Radiant Corruption, and Uncontrollable Urge. You’re probably thinking those would make a great tracklisting for a metal album, and you’d probably be right.
Next up is Terror of the Stratosfiend #3.
This book has NEW CLASSES, like 3 of them. The Half-Ogre Demon-Engine which hunts demons. It has Pteranodons with beaks of steel and rockets. It’s got some BLOOD MECHS that have blood coolant.
Also, it has the Cybernetic Satellibat Drones loyal to the Weapons Satellite.
It’s got new spells, like Wait for the Drop which is best described as aggressive portal magic, and Metal Fatigue which fuses armor to bones and flesh… Sounds useful, right?
It has a bunch of new items like bear traps you drop from the sky and wing boards ridden by giants. That’s cool, right?
Oh oh oh, there’s also Enamel-Cortex, the Flesh Architect. The new Orbital Intelligence that’s ready to LITERALLY carve the future of mankind.
There’s a bunch of new bestiary entries, like the 4 wings of the Bat’s Royal navy and like cultists that don wing-suits and leap from the sky.
There are some new occupations too if you want to play a Skulker or Pteranodon. Honestly, there’s a bunch of stuff in here.