The Errata document has been updated for July. You can download it here.
Our new Kickstarter campaign has just launched, and features two books.
The Book of Lost Lore has new player character classes and races, new magic, and alternate optional rules for your existing old-school fantasy RPG game. It includes things like an alternate combat system, two new treasure systems, rules for social encounters, a very flexible skill system, and lots more.
The Book of Lost Beasts has a ton of new monsters, also for your old-school game. Not only does it include all of the “new” monsters from A Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore and the Adventures Dark and Deep Bestiary, as well as monsters from my adventures that have been published over the years, but also dozens of new monsters never before seen.
Together they are meant to replace my first-ever RPG book, A Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore. If you’re looking to add a lot of new options and challenges for your players, this is the place.
You can find the Kickstarter campaign here.
The errata document for Adventures Dark and Deep has been updated. This update features modifications and clarifications to the Verbal Patter abilities of bards, jesters, and mountebanks.
You can download the latest version here.
The free PDFs for Dexcon purchases have gone out. If you bought a BRW Games title at the con, you should have an email from DriveThruRPG in your inbox very soon. Be sure to check your spam filter!
A bit of news on the creative front!
The reason we didn’t publish a print edition of the Random Terrain and Encounter Generator was that we wanted to wait until the urban section was complete. That way, readers will have complete systems for random terrain and encounters for wilderness, dungeon, and cities.
Well, I’m pleased to say that the urban section is almost complete! Just a few final touches left to go. So if you’ve already purchased the pdf, expect to see a big fat update coming soon, as well as a print edition as soon as possible.
The question is, can I get it into print in time for Gary Con Gaming Convention? It’ll be close, but I’m going to try!
See you all at Mepacon this weekend! We might be a bit late setting up our booth on Friday because of the weather, but we’ll be there!
Given the political hysteria that has gripped the country lately, I felt it necessary to make an official statement regarding BRW Games’ stance when it comes to politics. So here it is:
We don’t care.
We create games for everyone, regardless of ideology, religion, race, gender, or anything else. We don’t create games to promote any political or religious or any other kind of agenda. We create games we think are fun.
If you like tabletop games, you’re more than welcome here, whoever you are. We’re creating games for you.
President, BRW Games
Just confirmed that we will be a vendor at Mepacon next month. This will be our first time at this local convention, and we’re really looking forward to it!