New Releases

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Vol 2, Issue 3
New Items Now On Sale!

Brendan LaSalle strikes again, this time with an Xcrawl adventure for charity. Xcrawl: Louisiana Rising is a level 3 Xcrawl adventure using DCC RPG rules, and ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of all sales go to Second Harvest Food Bank and Zeus’ Rescues, who have been doing phenomenal work in feeding people and rescuing animals. All proceeds from this adventure will be split between these two fantastic groups!

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Appendix N aficionados take note! Now in our online store: reprints of several essential issues of Weird Tales. These particular issues feature the first appearance of early (and now famous) work by Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft, Abraham Merritt, Manly Wade Wellman, and others reproduced as originally presented in publication, with all the original illustrations- including the first Conan illustrations by Margaret Brundage!

These are the works that inspired Gary Gygax to create D&D, which further had a huge influence on DCC RPG. Put some true pieces of roleplaying history on your shelf.

Forgotten Treasure

Whose crazy idea was it to do a DCC RPG holiday module? How much Scandinavian folklore can Michael Curtis fit in a digest sized module? And what does Blue Oyster Cult have to do with all of it?

This installment answers those questions as we take a look at the very first DCC Holiday Module!

DCC #81 is an adventure that oozes with dark Appendix N flavor. Eyeballs, earthworms, a curse, and one of the most memorable covers of the entire DCC line make it destined to be a dungeon crawl classic in every sense.
Learn the unorthodox way this module happened and delve into the recesses of Jobe Bittman’s brain to see where this weirdness came from!
The hook for DCC #73 is pretty straightforward: the archmage Emirikol has gone crazy, terrifying the city and slaughtering people! Brave adventurers are needed to defeat him. But since it’s a DCC module by Michael Curtis, you know it’s not quite as simple as it sounds.
Just how does one create an adventure based on a classic piece of D&D art? How does Bruce Lee’s final movie figure into it? These questions and more are answered within.
World Tour
The 2016 Goodman Games World Tour is winding down. Here are some of our favorite moments from recent Road Crew events! If there an event you’d like to see us at in 2017, let us know and we’ll try to work it out!
3PP Recent Releases
by Terry Olson
What happens when a demon dies? Oozing, scalding, deathblood floods the land, cursing it forevermore. Every seventeen years, the blood moon rises and the Fog Beast beckons villagers into the Shrouded Fen; those that follow never return. Now you have been chosen! Seeking ancient ruins, vast treasure, and arcane lore, you plunge deep into the mist-laden swamp.
by Mike Evans
Hubris is a weird fantasy setting that uses the DCC rules!  In this book you will find 10 territories filled with tables and charts to generate interesting locations and encounters, new occupations, 4 new classes, 5 new playable races, 3 new spells, 4 new patrons, including 3 patrons spells for each, 11 new and terrible gods, 14 tables and charts for a GM to use to aid them in their game or create interesting/fun situations, two new adventures to kick off a campaign, and 51 new enemies. Hubris is hackable!  Each territory can be used as the GM wills!
by “Weird Dave” Coulson
Far to the south, on the borders of the Great Jungle, brave caravans of merchants, traders, and settlers have begun to colonize the frontier. For several years now they’ve cut into the harsh wilderness, but stand on the brink of destruction from unknown, terrible forces. Just as rumors of a lost temple have surfaced, those same forces seem to be on the move.
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