Glory & Gold Won by Sorcery & Sword
You’re no hero.
You’re a reaver, a cutpurse, a heathen-slayer, a tight-lipped warlock guarding long-dead secrets. You seek gold and glory, winning it with sword and spell, caked in the blood and filth of the weak, the dark, the demons, and the vanquished. There are treasures to be won deep underneath, and you shall have them.
Return to the glory days of fantasy with the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game. Adventure as 1974 intended you to, with modern rules grounded in the origins of sword & sorcery. Fast play, cryptic secrets, and a mysterious past await you: turn the page…
Rules Set: DCC RPG, an OGL system that cross-breeds Appendix N with a streamlined version of 3E.
Designers’ Diary: Learn more about the RPG design in our regular entries.
Community: Discuss the DCC RPG on our forums!
Open Playtest: The core rules for the DCC RPG will be released in a free, open playtest in mid-2011. Watch this page for more details.
Support: Goodman Games will support the DCC RPG with an extensive line of adventure modules and select other materials going into 2012. More details coming soon!
Licensees: Select publishers will be offered licenses to publish supplemental material for the DCC RPG. If you are a publisher interested in learning more, please contact us.
Designer and writer: Joseph Goodman
Additional writing: Harley Stroh
Cover art: Doug Kovacs
Interior art: Jeff Easley, Jason Edwards, Tom Galambos,
Friedrich Haas, Jim Holloway, Doug Kovacs, Diesel Laforce, William McAusland, Brad McDevitt, Jesse Mohn, Peter Mullen, Erol Otus, Stefan Poag, Jim Roslof, Chad Sergesketter, Chuck Whelon, Mike Wilson Special thanks to the playtesters at DunDraCon, CondorCon, GenghisCon, GaryCon, North Texas RPG Con, Mount LeConte, GameFest, SaurusCon, Anaheim Mini-Con, Tacticon, Fal-Con, Dicehouse Games, Comic World, and elsewhere!
GMG5070, hardcover, $34.99. Pre-order now!
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG Now Available for Pre-Order
Today is Dungeon Crawl Classics Day over at the Goodman Games website.
Posted by Michael Curtis at 12:04 PM
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Thanks for the heads up. I definitely be picking this one up and looking through it.
I got to play in that at GaryCon last year...it was fun but very rushed so I'm not sure I will commit to it until I can actually thumb through it.
The magic system sounds great!
It does sound really interesting, but I'll have to see more before I decide to buy it or not.
The artists include Peter Mullen, Erol Otus, and Jim Roslof? I'll get a copy just for that.
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