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
A hundred years ago, the pirate king Harven Half-Skull was buried with his ill-gotten booty in a secret tomb. Your band of adventurers have a map that claims to show the final resting place of the pirate king, and you’re off to claim his loot. But the dead do not rest easy…
The Tomb of Harven Half-Skull is an adventure for 3-6 characters of level 3-4, and is a classic dungeon crawl designed to be completed in a single gaming session.
Written for the Adventures Dark and Deep™ rules, The Tomb of Harven Half-Skull can be played with most Basic and Advanced compatible rule sets with little or no conversion needed.
Special sale going on!
Between now and Halloween, everyone who has previously purchased the Adventures Dark and Deep Players Manual in any format, can get a hardcover version for 20% off. This is your chance to upgrade from a pdf or softcover version for a nice discount.
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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!
Huzzah! We’ve been confirmed as a vendor at next year’s TotalCon, February 21-24. See you there!
Here’s BRW Games’ first go at a DM’s Guild product. We present the classic layout of the planes of existence for Dungeons & Dragons, and convert a number of 1E elemental-type monsters into 5E. Do check it out if you’re at all interested in 5th Edition D&D.
Yesterday BRW Games was at the first-ever ShireCon in the beautiful Berkshire mountains of Connecticut. This was a relatively small convention, held in a former church-turned-theater that had a very “Horticulture Hall” vibe. There were about a ten games being played in each of two sessions, and two other vendors were there to round things out.
Things went very smoothly, especially for a first-time convention. There was a very old-school vibe, with games like Swords & Wizardry and Paranoia being played, as well as a table doing Lord of the Rings miniatures (it looked like the battle of Helm’s Deep). I was fortunate enough to meet up with a number of friends and fans that I either hadn’t seen in a long while, or had never met face to face. Adventures Dark and Deep and Castle of the Mad Archmage were both big hits among the shoppers, and we seemed to make a positive impression overall.
This was also our first time using the video screen for prices and promotion (you can see it on the right side of our table in some of the photos below). It got a lot of positive comments!
This was a terrific small convention, and well worth the trip. BRW will definitely be there next year, and hopes to see the con grow.
NOTE: Everyone who purchased a BRW Games book, the emails to redeem your electronic copies went out earlier this afternoon. Be sure to check your spam filter if you don’t see it; they were sent through RPGNow.com.
As you’ve probably already noticed, we’ve got a snazzy new website!
Hope you find it easier to get around and more useful in general. We’ve made the change to accommodate some great new stuff that’s coming up soon.
Blogger Christopher Bishop posted a multi-part review of Adventures Dark and Deep on Multiverse today. Do check it out – I’ve never seen such an in-depth review.
He has also written a review of the new Random Terrain and Encounter Generator. Another great one!