Darwin’s World Journey to Newhome, FATE Steampunk, and More!

Here’s a look at today’s new, third party, and accessory releases.

d20 Modern

RPGO-DW-Journey-to-NewhomeRPG Objects [visit their website here] has released a collection of short post-apocalyptic adventures for their d20 Modern setting Darwin’s World – Journey to Newhome. “Journey to Newhome is composed of eight adventures that tell the story of a heroic new beginning for the people of the Twisted Earth. These adventures are set approximately ten years after the events described in the Darwin’s World novel, Burning Lands, and also weaves in elements of other Darwin’s World adventures (such as Halidom and the Mindmasters series). Each installment in the campaign features one or more characters (either directly or indirectly) from the novel; during the course of the campaign the player characters get a chance to meet these figures, deal with them, possibly fight them, and in some circumstances, adventure alongside them.” Written by Dominic Covey, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Darwin’s World: Journey to Newhome.


Starbright [visit their website here] has released a new Steampunk setting for Fate Core. “Steampunk powered by Fate is set on an alternative Earth in the future where technology has not changed much from that of Victorian times, but has become much more advanced. Humanity has made the jump off planet, but only as far as Mars. It’s a dangerous world, full of guttersnipes, clockwork robots, dirigibles, Martians and gas masks. This distinctive background, with a gritty, steampunk feel, integrates beautifully with the Fate rules to create an intense future world of adventure where the GM’s and players’ imaginations can run wild.” Written by Brett Fitzpatrick, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: Steampunk powered by Fate.

Old School Renaissance

Sine Nomine Publishing [visit their website here] has released a free supplement for their Red Tide campaign setting for Labyrinth Lord – Cults of Ruin. “Gain further insight into the dark powers of the Sunset Isles with Cults of Ruin. Inside this free supplement you’ll learn truths about five different foul sects. The devotees of the Black Emperor, the slaves of the Hell Kings, and stranger faiths still are given in this text along with guidelines for using them in your own campaign.” Written by Kevin Crawford, it’s available for download from DriveThruRPG: Black Streams: Cults of Ruin.

Burning Wheel [visit their website here] has released a free introductory adventure module for their classic fantasy RPG, Torchbearer – The Dread Crypt of Skogenby. “Horror stalks the ill-fated village of Skogenby. Just a few days past, some youths clearing a new field for planting managed to move a stubborn boulder only to reveal an ancient rune-covered dolmen that framed a narrow tunnel into the earth. Jora, the bravest among them, dared to crawl through the narrow passage and disappeared down the tunnel, only to return a short time later. From the far side of the narrow passage she excitedly told her friends a tale of moldering crypts rich in grave goods, tossing out a set of fat, heavy silver arm rings as proof. But as she was crawling from the tunnel, she was abruptly pulled back into the crypt with a bloodcurdling scream.” Written by Thor Olavsrud and Luke Crane, it’s available for download from DriveThruRPG: The Dread Crypt of Skogenby.


GM Games [visit their website here] has released the latest issue of their OSR universal magazine Manor. “Issue #5 of The Manor is here and full of old school gaming fun. Inside you’ll find: Four nasty Villains to populate your game. A batch of horrible concoctions to throw in your treasure chests. I guarantee they will never assume what’s inside a potion bottle ever again.” Written by Tim Shorts, Chris Coski, and Sean Robson, it’s available for purchase from DriveThruRPG: The Manor, Issue #5.

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