The Music of DCC: The Shamanic Rites of Heilung
Feb11

The Music of DCC: The Shamanic Rites of Heilung

The Music of DCC: The Shamanic Rites of Heilung by Michael Curtis The shield-maiden stands before the priest, her arms bound behind her, lashed to a spear. The drums, which have played mercilessly, ominously, throughout the rite have stopped. The witnesses to the ritual stand in the shadows, watching breathlessly. A noose hangs around the shield-maiden’s throat, the priest holding the cord. Then, as the witnesses gasp, the priest...

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Roadworthy Retailers: Dungeon Games
Dec23

Roadworthy Retailers: Dungeon Games

Roadworthy Retailers: Dungeon Games By Bob & Jen Brinkman The backbone of any gaming community is its friendly local game store (FLGS). In Southwest Florida, that store is Dungeon Games. Established Oct 3, 2014, Dungeon Games is owned by the husband and wife team of Josh and Amy Petrik. While other stores in the area have come and gone, Dungeon Games continues to grow, prosper, and host members of the DCC RPG Road Crew. Long-time...

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The Music of DCC: The Music of Michael Moorcock
Dec15

The Music of DCC: The Music of Michael Moorcock

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).” (Go read the first post now!) 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...

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DCC Lifestyles: The License Plate Edition
Dec01

DCC Lifestyles: The License Plate Edition

Hey DCC fans! It’s a well-known fact that you guys are the best, most supportive fans in the world, so we’ve got an offer for you. Anyone who gets an official, state-provided license plate celebrating Dungeon Crawl Classics for their vehicle, and drives said vehicle to Gen Con, will get a free Gen Con badge courtesy of Goodman Games! Rick Hull, who is from Kentucky, was our first person to take us up on the offer. And we’ll keep...

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The Music of DCC Is Chaos!
Nov12

The Music of DCC Is Chaos!

The release of DCC #100: The Music of the Spheres (is Chaos) is 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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DCC Around The World: The Doom Gong at Essen Spiel
Nov01

DCC Around The World: The Doom Gong at Essen Spiel

Maybe we should call it Das Monument des Schicksal? Whatever words we choose, it would still have the same message. The same deep, reverberating message. Essen Spiel is the largest gaming convention in the world, and we’re proud to say that Dungeon Crawl Classics was on hand for the world to see. Our publishing partners in Germany—System Matters Verlag—were at the game fair, showing off DCC RPG in style. Including their own...

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The Count Dante Tournament Rating System
Sep28

The Count Dante Tournament Rating System

Introducing the Count Dante Tournament Rating System! Every year at Gen Con we run a huge DCC team tournament. Because tournament modules are played at Gen Con over a large sample of tables and judges, we are able to quantify their danger level. Based on this quantification we have a new rating system to use as a guide when selecting your next adventure to run: The Count Dante Tournament Rating System! The Count Dante Tournament...

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All The Tournament Winners!
Sep07

All The Tournament Winners!

For several years now, Goodman Games has been running tournaments at conventions across the country. Gen Con has seen the lion’s share of these events, but we’ve slowly expanded to other shows to allow more people a chance to prove their mettle in the ultimate arena of role-playing talent. We’ve had folks dealing with everything from Beer Golems to Black Hearts, and even a chance to prove themselves The Greatest...

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Three Cheers for DCC RPG!
Feb11

Three Cheers for DCC RPG!

Go Cougars! Goodman Games is proud to sponsor the San Lorenzo Valley High School Cheer Team. DCC RPG is a family game that crosses generations, and some of the Cougar girls are big Dungeon Crawl Classics fans. This is thanks in part to the tutelage of Stephen Newton, author of many fine DCC products including:   The Corpse That Love Built   They Served Brandolyn Red   Attack of the Frawgs   Children of the Sun...

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The Lost Art of Scratchboard – Returning At Goodman Games
Feb03

The Lost Art of Scratchboard – Returning At Goodman Games

Scratching My Way Back to the Pulp Era, Or, How to Do State-of-the Art Illustration…Circa 1933 By Bradley K McDevitt, Editorial Assistance by Carol Karbowiak Gilbert Goodman Games prides itself on publishing works that harken back to a golden age of gaming. In many ways that golden age of gaming is closely connected with the golden age of pulp magazines, since most of Appendix N was originally published in pulp format. Those...

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Dungeon Crawl Crafters: Tommy and the DCC Throne
Jan18

Dungeon Crawl Crafters: Tommy and the DCC Throne

One of the most amazing things about our fans is their creativity. Their ability to take concepts and bring them to life in exciting ways. That’s why we’re proud to include a new feature to the site: Dungeon Crawl Crafters. It’s a way for us to showcase fans and the incredible creations they put out in celebration of Dungeon Crawl Classics and all things Goodman.  This time out we have some amazing talent. One...

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DCC Around The World, Part Three
Dec31

DCC Around The World, Part Three

  A couple of days back we presented pictures of the Goodman Games gang promoting DCC in some amazing places, then yesterday we showed you some of our publishing partners displaying DCC in and around Europe, and today we’re back with one more outing! And here are some of our own once more, again displaying DCC photos at a few more landmarks—some silly, some not! This is our last set (for now) of DCC pics from around the...

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