Young Reavers: Running DCC RPG For Kids
Jun19

Young Reavers: Running DCC RPG For Kids

Happy Father’s Day from Goodman Games! We know that a lot of dads are gamers—and we know that dads can’t resist sharing their favorite hobby with their kids! If you are a dad running a game today, or if you are running a game for your dad, we thought that it might be a good idea to pull this article from our archives to share with all of you. Harley Stroh provides some advice on running DCC games for kids from his own...

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In Memoriam: The Band
May30

In Memoriam: The Band

We’re With The Band. With that inviting phrase, the DCC community began in 2012. Since then, we—and YOU—have indeed been in The Band. We thought we would take this opportunity to remind you all of the journeys of The Band, as shown in the illustrations of DCC modules over the years. If you own the modules these images appear in, then you’ve also got the “action scene” that shows the battles (and many, many demises) of the Band...

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Community Resources for DCC Fans
May17

Community Resources for DCC Fans

The following message is for folks new to Dungeon Crawl Classics. Of course, if you are already a fan you get the same warm hug, too. Hi there! If you’re new to DCC RPG, welcome to a larger world of gaming! There is a growing and vibrant community of players, judges, and creators out there, and we are thrilled to have you as a part of it! And yes, this particular post is for folks new to DCC RPG. It is designed to help point new fans...

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All The DCC Trivia!
Apr03

All The DCC Trivia!

What was Knockmort? Do you know the true name of the Lady in Blue? Or how about which GG author appeared as a Hill Giant in The Chained Coffin? All of these and more were part of our recent DCC#100 The Music of the Spheres is Chaos brain-teasing DCC Trivia challenge in honor of 20 years of adventure and 100 DCC modules! We scoured the archives for the lore of past adventures, the history of the Goodman Gang, and the trivia that is...

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The Rarest of the DCC Rares
Mar12

The Rarest of the DCC Rares

Wow, we can’t believe how huge the Kickstarter Campaign for DCC #100: The Music of the Spheres is Chaos turned out to be! What’s maybe even harder to believe is that we’ve hit 100 DCC modules in the first place! Of course — and here’s all the proof you need that time really does fly when you’re having fun — there have actually been more than 100 modules in the Dungeon Crawl Classics line when...

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The International DCC Bookshelf
Feb20

The International DCC Bookshelf

A few weeks ago we brought you the full DCC bookshelf of 2022! — and then we showed you the same in MCC editions. This time we’re pleased to show off the complete International DCC bookshelf — every edition of every non-English version of Dungeon Crawl Classics. Can you name them...

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DCC + Your License Plate = Free Gen Con Badge!
Feb13

DCC + Your License Plate = Free Gen Con Badge!

Hey DCC fans! With our triumphant return to Gen Con this year we wanted to remind all of our amazing fans out there about a special offer we’ve got on the books. It’s a well-known fact that you guys are the best, most supportive fans in the world, so naturally this is the sort of thing we know you’ll love! Anyone who gets an official, state-provided license plate celebrating Dungeon Crawl Classics for their vehicle,...

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The MCC Bookshelf 2022
Feb06

The MCC Bookshelf 2022

Last week we shared the every-expanding multiple editions of Dungeon Crawl Classics bookshelf — and we even ran a contest to see who could match the covers with the spines! This week we wanted to show off DCC‘s radioactive little brother, Mutant Crawl Classics, in its own multi-edition glory. MCC still has some catching up to do in terms of sheer iterations, but surely the sky is the limit for future mutations . . . err, I...

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The DCC Bookshelf 2022
Jan30

The DCC Bookshelf 2022

Years ago we showed you the DCC Bookshelf, and talked about the variety of covers that have come out for the Dungeon Crawl Classics Core Rulebook, and we did a follow up in 2020 that showed just how much we added to the total in the meantime. Here’s an update. It’s truly satisfying to see the all of the different versions swelling to overcome our shelves across the years. Next time we might have to take the picture in...

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Podcasts for DCC and MCC Fans
Jan25

Podcasts for DCC and MCC Fans

Looking to hear something good in 2022? We’ve got a few suggestions for you. Check out the world of podcasts that tie-in—either directly or other—to the world of Dungeon Crawl Classics. Whether they are devoted specifically to the game or are a part of the inspirations that are behind the creation of DCC, these podcasts share some great material that can help to inspire your game. Let’s take a look at some of them! (And...

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Harley’s 2021 Retrospective: Treasures Looted From the Past Year
Jan02

Harley’s 2021 Retrospective: Treasures Looted From the Past Year

Treasures Looted From 2021 by Harley Stroh The past year was at times grim, dreary, tragic and somehow still monotonous. Threats lurked unseen, and the most basic choices carried the threat of dire consequences. Imagined another way, 2021 was a dungeoncrawl. But as any reavers will tell you: if you have to crawl through a dungeon, be sure to loot something on your way out. So as our party of companions emerges from the gloom – covered...

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Mike’s 2021 Retrospective: Goodman Games’ DCC Year in Review
Dec31

Mike’s 2021 Retrospective: Goodman Games’ DCC Year in Review

Mike’s Musings on the Year That Was, DCC-Style by Michael Curtis As we prepare to bid farewell to 2021, we must heave a sigh of relief that at least it wasn’t as bad as 2020. Despite the long shadows that continue to fall across our days, there were brilliant periods of laughter, joy, and comradery which helped drive back the dark. Joseph Goodman asked me to take a moment and look back on the Year that Was for DCC and sum up some of...

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