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  • DriveThru’s Christmas in July 2017!

    DriveThruRPG’s annual Christmas in July sale is running once again, offering 25% off thousands of titles!

    This includes:


    More than 40 Scarred Lands products, both for the original d20 system and the more recent Pathfinder/5e material
    260 Onyx Path products, including core rulebooks and supplements from the Classic World of Darkness, Chronicles of Darkness, Exalted, and more
    Over 1000 classic White Wolf products, featuring material from older editions of all your favorite WW games



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  • Fiction Friday: (More) Tales of the Dark Eras

    We’re back this week with more from Tales of the Dark Eras, the tie-in fiction to Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras. Our Kickstarter for Dark Eras 2 is still rolling, so if you want to get involved in the selection of new eras and expansion of existing ones, this is your chance!

    One of our developer triumvirate is Monica Valentinelli, who wrote Suffering of the Unchosen for Tales of the Dark Eras, covering the 1690-1695 period for Hunter: The Vigil.

    I was but a simple farmer whose tender son once planted seeds in barren, rocky soil, whose sweet wife once gathered...
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  • Now Available: Dagger of Spiragos and Pugmire Sheets!

    Now available from DriveThruRPG in PDF and print: Dagger of Spiragos for Pathfinder and Dagger of Spiragos for 5e!

    The Titans’ Relics Must Be Destroyed! 

    Artifacts from the fallen titan Spiragos have been recovered, and forces are at work that would see them used for ill. The Dagger of Spiragos and the Ring of Spiragos are now in the player characters’ hands — and they must do what they can to rid Scarn of the foul relics of the titans, whatever the cost!

    What Came Before 

    Dagger of Spiragos is a sequel to the 2014 Gen Con Scarred Lands...
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  • Tumbledown Market [Changeling: The Lost]

    Hi, Rose here. ^_^ Changeling has officially gone to editing! To celebrate, I thought I’d preview one of Meghan and my favorite freeholds from Chapter 6, Lauren Roy’s Tumbledown Market.


    Tumbledown Market
    The French Market, New Orleans, Louisiana
    Large Flea Markets across the United States

    Running alongside the Mississippi River at the edge of the French Quarter is New Orleans’ French Market. It’s part flea market, part souvenir shop, and part art show. Tourists and residents alike browse the market’s wares. Anything you...
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  • Pros and Cons (and Kickstarters) [Monday Meeting Notes]

    So, it is one month before Gen Con.

    Gen Con50th, actually.

    You can see on the map above our 20′ x 30′ space, that we are sharing with our associates at Nocturnal Media and White Wolf. Our booth will have all sorts of books and other items for sale, an ongoing demo table that we intend to have a constant run of demos happening on every day that you can sit in on, and a further couple of tables for impromptu demo sessions.

    Nocturnal will be right next to us, and they’re bravely trying to arrange demos and they will have products to sell, and...
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  • Fiction Friday: Tales of the Dark Eras

    Given our ongoing Kickstarter for Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2, we decided it would be prudent to take another look at Tales from the Dark Eras which contains stories from many of the eras covered in the original Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras. This week we look at Bone and Gold, a story by Malcolm Sheppard set in Mage: The Awakening’s Alexandrian period (330-320 BCE).

    War is groaning.

    We remember the screams of the fray, hurled spears and swift-stabbing swords, but a man can only exert his full strength for a few dozen breaths before he must shuffle...
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  • Now Available: V20 Dark Ages Companion in print!

    Now finalized in PDF and print from DriveThruRPG: the V20 Dark Ages Companion!

    Travel the long roads and deep seas in search of power and experience danger, or tackle the wilderness to hunt monsters and face death. Settlements large and small dot the black expanse with the promise of sanctuary, life, and community. These bastions of civilization present cold comfort, when playing host to vampire warlords and sadistic Cainite faiths. Whether led by a Prince, a coordinated belief, or hounded by monsters from without and within — no domain is truly the same as another.

    ...
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  • Always Darkest Before the Era! [Monday Meeting Notes]

    The above is a totally fake cover for Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2.

    The cover is fake because we haven’t bought any art for the book yet. Nor have we written anything but pitches for the Dark Eras. For other Kickstarters, these two things would be bugs and possibly huge red flags.

    But for Dark Eras 2, they are part of a feature: our backers are truly enabling the creation of this book.

    The various added in sections from the Reward Tiers, the extra Eras or reclaimed Eras added in that lost out in voting, the voting for game lines and eras; these...
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  • Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 Kickstarter is LIVE!

    The Kickstarter for Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 is now live!

    Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 starts out presenting a chapter for each of six historical eras; each of which features two Chronicles of Darkness game lines which include Vampire: The Requiem, Mage: The Awakening, Hunter: The Vigil, Changeling: The Lost, and more! The rules in this book are compatible with second edition Chronicles of Darkness. Each terrifying time period and location is examined through the supernatural creatures that dwell there.

    Join us!

     
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  • The True Fae [Changeling: The Lost]

    Changeling: The Lost, Second Edition has gone to manuscript approval at White Wolf Entertainment. This is WWE’s chance to look at our near-final text and specify any changes they’d like to see. After this, the book goes to editing and art direction, then post-editing development, then layout.

    To celebrate, here’s a preview of the True Fae, by Meghan Fitzgerald and Travis Stout!


    The True Fae
    Half a hundred aliases describe them: Gentry, Good Cousins, Kindly Ones, Fair Folk,  and more. These are lies frightened women and men tell, hoping...
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  • Now Available: Building a Legend and Prince’s Gambit wallpaper!

    Now available in PDF and print from DriveThruRPG: Building a Legend for Beast: The Primordial.

    Creating a Chronicle is Rewarding…

    …so why should the Storyteller have all the fun?

    The whole troupe should get in on the action, making for a chronicle that reflects the preferences and predilections of all the players.

    Building a Legend is a guide for doing exactly that — making a cohesive chronicle, starting with character creation, for Beast: The Primordial. It includes advice on creating Storyteller characters, folding in real world...
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  • 24 Hour Notice: Dark Eras 2 Kickstarter!

    The Kickstarter for Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 begins at noon Eastern Time tomorrow, just under 24 hours from now!

    Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Eras 2 starts out presenting a chapter for each of six historical eras; each of which features two Chronicles of Darkness game lines which include Vampire: The Requiem, Mage: The Awakening, Hunter: The Vigil, Changeling: The Lost, and more! The rules in this book are compatible with second edition Chronicles of Darkness. Each terrifying time period and location is examined through the supernatural creatures that dwell there....
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  • [Pugmire] Status Updates for Pugmire and Mau!

    Hello from lovely Ireland! After a somewhat chaotic couple of weeks getting myself and Murray Pug to Eire (including a cross-country drive from Atlanta to San Francisco), I have an update on all things Pugmire and Mau!

    PUGMIRE
    Shipping!
    The book, dice, cards, pins, and screen are all printed and are being shipped to our distribution warehouse, so last week the BackerKit was locked down. If all goes well, by this time next month many of you should already have your materials in hand. If you haven’t filled out your survey yet — there are 63 of you out there —...
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  • These Eras Are Dark, Too! [Monday Meeting Notes]

    Hello! I just flew back from Atlanta where we had a heart-felt memorial event for Stewart Wieck. It was very much a reunion of folks from all over who had worked at WW and knew, loved, and respected Stew. More on that as the pics and videos start to get sent my way, but let’s just say that there were tears and laughs and I’m all scraped up from playing 4Square on the concrete outside the bar.

    So this week, we have the start of the Dark Eras 2 Kickstarter campaign, and this blog post I was going to post as last Monday’s blog. As tired as I am, it’s actually...
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  • Fiction Friday: Exalted Third Edition

    This week we present an excerpt from the introductory fiction of Exalted Third Edition.

    Once upon a time, two girls lived in a dark place: a place of stagnant water at the bottom of the world.

    Above them were stacks of ancient buildings; new buildings, piled up upon the old; and endless criss crossing walkways, so many you could hardly see the sky. The sun was just a distant glitter. The moon’s faces, just the same.

    There in that place the sea was still; its waters were stopped up, its currents were broken. The sluice-streets down in the bottom-most layers...
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  • Now Available: Requiem for Regina, Nook/Kindle Wave 3, and Monthly Exalted!

    Now available in PDF and print for Vampire: The Requiem and Changeling: The Lost: Dark Eras: Requiem for Regina.

    We have shared the world with monsters for millennia. In the time of Alexander the God-King, mages fought their secret wars. In Elizabeth’s London, vampires built their own empire brick by bloody brick. Before the founding of America, hunters fought enemies within and without. And in the Cold War, as the clock ticked towards Armageddon, we could have been damned by fallen angels.

    This is a single chapter from the larger work, Chronicles of Darkness: Dark...
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  • Goodbye, My Friend [Monday Meeting Notes]

    This is the blog post I never, ever, expected to have to write.

    My friend, Stewart Wieck, co-founder of White Wolf Magazine and White Wolf Game Studio, creator of Mage: The Ascension, and founder of Nocturnal Media, was finishing a light session of fencing last Thursday when he was struck down by a heart attack and died.

    Even writing the above, putting it into cold black and white words, just rips me apart.

    And frankly, that list up there of his accomplishments doesn’t even touch on the reality of the man, of his grace and kindness. It doesn’t...
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  • Fiction Friday: Victorian Lost

    Today we enter the fog-enshrouded world of Victorian Lost‘s opening fiction:


    Night of the Murdering Shadow
    or: “The Tearing Smile”
    Being a tale of faeries and nightmares by the esteemed Mr Peregrine, presented in six parts by the renowned publishing house of Thomas and Webb — who accept no responsibility should the reader be overcome by this tale of horror and dark imagination (Part I)
    Maggie was lost, but still she ran. The fear of what might follow her had passed beyond mere terror into a dull sensation that was now almost forgotten as she pushed her way...
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