Today’s Newest Releases Including the Steamfortress Victory Core Rulebook

Infernal Romance at Moon Temple Adventure for Lands of the Jade Oath

RP-Infernal-Romance-at-Moon-TempleRite Publishing has released a 7th level adventure module for their Asian epic fantasy Pathfinder setting Lands of the Jade Oath – Infernal Romance at Moon Temple [see our entry in the Roleplayers Chronicle Reference database here]. Written by Frank Carr, it’s available in PDF and POD format from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Infernal Romance at Moon Temple (PFRPG)

Infernal Romance at the Moon Temple offers investigation, rebellious followers of the Stone Monkey, conniving Mandarin bureaucrats, and scheming Faen pirates. How will your adventurers become embroiled in the search for a run-away bride and the race to avert the crushing doom of water which hangs overhead?


Steamfortress Victory Complete Core Rulebook is Now Available

20EE-Steamfortress-Victory20 Eyes Entertainment [view their website here] has released the complete core rulebook for their steampunk RPG Steamfortress Victory. Written by J.A.Dohm, Matt Weinberg, and Joshua Glenn, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Steamfortress Victory: Complete Core Rules 1901

Complete Core Rules: Year 1901 contains the complete Steamfortress Victory RPG main book anthology. It is the first ever anthology of all three e-books: Core Mechanix, Engineer’s Manual, and World of Steamfortress Victory. It has everything required to develop and play a roleplaying campaign set in a steampunk world and then some! This book also marks the ending of the Pre-1900 beginning story arc, and begins the 1901-1909 story arc entitled the Timewelder Schism.


Kenneth Hite Writes About Die Glocke

PP-KWAS-Die-GlockePelgrane Press [view their website here] has released their latest entry into the short supplement series Ken Writes About Stuff – Die Glocke. Written by Kenneth Hite, it’s usable with Night’s Black Agents, Trail of Cthulhu, and Esoterrorists and available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Die Glocke

According to the legend, in 1944 the SS built a mysterious device deep in a Silesian mine shaft. Its bell-like shape gave it the nickname “die Glocke,” or “the Bell,” but the purpose of “Project Lantern-Bearer” remains a mystery to this day. Was it a time machine? A zero-point energy generator? A gateway to another world? Die Glocke cuts through the legend to the truth — and then piles on a bunch more legend. Plus, a look at “die Glocke” as a NIGHT’S BLACK AGENTS node, a TRAIL OF CTHULHU seed, or a ESOTERRORIST black site


Add a Little Rune Lore to your Castles & Crusades Games

TLG-CC-Rune-LoreTroll Lord Games [view their website here] has released their new Rune Lore supplement for Castles & Crusades. Written by Stephen Chenault, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Castles & Crusades Rune Lore

In the crumbled ruins of ancient cities are tombs and crypts where dead kings lie. In towered halls lay a sorcerer’s forgotten lore, writ upon tablets of stone and vellum scrolls. In dungeons dark are threads of time, spun from gods and monsters.

All these echo the secrets of a time long forgotten whose faint memories are etched in runes of power and glory, curiosities, or riddles best left to the dead who house them. They are passed by all but a few, the rune marks.


Heroic Sword & Sorcery Tale for Beasts & Barbarians

GR-BB-Grains-of-DeathGRAmel [view their Facebook page here] has released a new Heroic adventure for their pulp fantasy Savage Worlds setting Beasts & Barbarians – Grains of Death. Written by Umberto Pignatelli, Andy Slack, and Piotr Korys, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Grains of Death

A Sword and Sorcery Savage Worlds Heroic Tale for Beasts & Barbarians, set in Jalizar, City of Thieves. For a party of 2-6 Seasoned heroes. Famine is spreading in the City of Thieves and grain is worth its weight in gold. Even adventurers like you must take whatever work they can find to full the belly.


ICONS Stark City Campaign Setting and Toolkit is Now Available

FGG-Stark-CityFainting Goat Games [view their website here] has launched their ICONS superhero campaign setting Stark City. Written by Steve Kenson, Mike Lafferty, Walt Robillard, Jason Tondro, John Post, Steve Perrin, Dan Houser, Joe Bardales, Dave Woodrum, and Andrew Collas, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG:

DriveThruRPG: Stark City Campaign Setting and City Building Toolset

Stark City is a setting for the ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying Game that puts the PCs in the center of the action.

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