Empire of the East Kickstarter Now Live!
May15

Empire of the East Kickstarter Now Live!

We’ve opened up the East! The Kickstarter for the Empire of the East role-playing game sourcebook, designed for the Dungeon Crawl Classics rules set, and also compatible with Mutant Crawl Classics, is now live! With this campaign you’ll find information regarding Fred Saberhagen’s seminal trilogy of novels, which set the stage for his rich fantasy world and were among Gary Gygax’s stated Appendix N inspirations for...

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DCC Days Online Event Submission Now Open!
May14

DCC Days Online Event Submission Now Open!

It’s time! DCC Days Online is ready for your game! You can now submit your events for DCC Days Online! If you missed it from the post the other day, here is the event schedule. We’re looking for events for DCC, MCC, DCC Lankhmar, XCC, and all third-party settings to add to the gaming weekend that is DCC Days Online. SUBMIT YOUR EVENTS FOR DCC DAYS ONLINE Follow the link above to submit your events for DCC Days Online. You...

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Designer’s Notes: Exploring the Lost City
May07

Designer’s Notes: Exploring the Lost City

EXPLORING THE LOST CITY By Chris Doyle I consider February 2, 1981 as the date I started playing roleplaying games. That is the day when I came home from school and sitting on the dining room table was the Dungeons & Dragons Basic Rules boxed set, obtained from Sears via mail order. This was the set graced with purplish-hued Erol Otus cover art of an underground scene depicting a fighter and a magic-user (before we called them...

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Preview Our First VTT Release!
May02

Preview Our First VTT Release!

Curious what’s in our first VTT release, DCC Lankhmar #11: The Rats of Ilthmar – VTT Map + Token Pack? Well, we don’t want to make a big deal out of it, but…. It is a big deal, since we’ve never done a VTT product before! Here’s the breakdown on what you’re going to find in this release: Two large maps, The Temple of the Rat and the Rat Temple Catacombs, hand-painted in full color. Each map is offered in a gridded...

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Tuesday Night Demo Night!
Apr28

Tuesday Night Demo Night!

Tuesday Night Demo Night continues! Judge Brendan has spent the last two weeks helping those new to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics learn the ropes, and he shows no signs of stopping! This week’s event is already full, but you can still sign up for future games and get in to learn from one of the best! Let’s remind you what it is all about. Are you new to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics? Do you want to give the...

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Watch “What’s New With Goodman Games” and other Cyclops Con seminars
Apr28

Watch “What’s New With Goodman Games” and other Cyclops Con seminars

Missed Cyclops Con? Gaming during the seminar slots? Well, now you can catch up on all the seminars you missed! We’ve uploaded all of the Cyclops Con seminars to the Official Goodman Games YouTube Channel, where you can find all of our videos. So go check out the channel! Below are all of the seminars from Cyclops Con for you to watch. Give them a look! Cyclops Con Presents What’s New With Goodman Games The Dark Master himself,...

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This Week On Twitch: Swords Against Bandwidth Episode Two
Apr27

This Week On Twitch: Swords Against Bandwidth Episode Two

As the life of seclusion becomes more normal, our online gaming world becomes a regular online experience. And thanks to Twitch, we get to share some of that adventure with you every week. Our ever-busy Judge Brendan continues his weekly series of adventures with the second installment of Swords Against Bandwidth this week, pitting the crew against another DCC module of your choosing! Let’s see what’s happening! 10:00 am...

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The Lyrics to “Fireball Wizard”
Apr26

The Lyrics to “Fireball Wizard”

If you were at Cyclops Con, you had the chance to see Dan the Bard perform.  And if you were at that performance you had the chance to hear Dan sing “Fireball Wizard”, the hilarious new DCC-themed song! Sung to the tune of “Pinball Wizard” by The Who, the song was written by our own Bob Brinkman. Here are the complete lyrics to “Fireball Wizard.” I wonder if anyone will take up the challenge to send us a karaoke video of themselves...

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Get Updates From The Desk Of The Dark Master
Apr20

Get Updates From The Desk Of The Dark Master

Want to know what is going on in the mind of our own Dark Master, Joseph Goodman? There is only one way to find out for certain: subscribe to our weekly newsletter! Adding his own personal touch, each newsletter now includes a special section written by The Dark Master himself, where he talks about what’s going on with Goodman Games and, more importantly, in his own dark mind. And where do you get it? In our weekly newsletter!...

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Thanks For A Great Cyclops Con
Apr20

Thanks For A Great Cyclops Con

Wow. Just…wow. All of us here at Goodman Games want to thank you for making our very first Cyclops Con such a big hit! We had a great con thanks to each and every one of you. In these uncertain times, we all need to connect more than ever and YOU made that happen! It was wonderful to see everyone’s faces and play such great games. We had multiple social hours which were a big hit with everyone. Also, we had some really great...

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The Music of DCC (is Chaos): An Interview with Saint Karloff
Apr11

The Music of DCC (is Chaos): An Interview with Saint Karloff

The release of DCC #100: The Music of the Spheres (is Chaos) looms on the horizon, so Dieter Zimmerman takes a look at the relationship between DCC RPG and music in a series of blog posts appropriately titled “The Music of DCC (is Chaos).” Join him as he decides which Goodman Games person has the most embarrassing taste in music, as he interviews some bands associated with DCC RPG, and as he examines songs that specifically reference...

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Adventures In Fiction: Stanley Weinbaum
Apr04

Adventures In Fiction: Stanley Weinbaum

Adventures in Fiction: Stanley G. Weinbaum By Ngo Vinh-Hoi Not many authors can be credited with changing the entire trajectory of a genre, yet Stanley Grauman Weinbaum managed to do so with his very first published science fiction story A Martian Odyssey. The story first appeared in the July 1934 issue of the science fiction pulp magazine Wonder Stories, which was a distant third in popularity to Astounding Stories and Amazing...

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