Monthly Archives: May 2012

DCC 0-level Party Generator… In French!

Some French fans of DCC contacted me about updating the character generator with a version in their language: they did some awesome work translating everything, including all the Birth Augurs and Occupations. (My French doesn’t go much beyond Je m’appelle … Continue reading

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The New Funky Dice Roller: The Crawler’s Companion

I’m excited to announce that after months of effort the Funky Dice Roller has been updated with a host of new features, and is being re-launched as The Crawler’s Companion. Find out all the details!

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Why Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG? It makes killing fun again!

On reflection, my traditional judging style would make me an unlikely choice to design adventures constructed to butcher hordes of beginning players. Don’t get me wrong, I understand the importance of the THREAT of death to maintain tension in a … Continue reading

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Setting Specific Occupations for the 0-Level Party Generator

Judges, how would you like to have the 0-level Party Generator create characters based on an occupation list specific to your campaign/setting? As one of the free downloads for Perils of the Sunken City I needed to create a sheet of Opossuman character sheets … Continue reading

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Amazed…

… to see Perils of the Sunken City hold on as the #1 “hottest item” at RPGNow for a day now. Can’t help but smile. Thanks everyone.

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Perils of the Sunken City is now available!

Perils of the Sunken City can now be purchased at RPGnow. Huzzah! Tell your friends. Be a trendsetter and purchase a copy today! 😉 Thanks one and all for your support.

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Paper Miniature Tips

For our figure-using fans, we’re creating free paper miniatures as downloadable goodies to go along with every Purple Sorcerer Games adventure. I’ve whipped up some quick tips/tutorial videos for preparing the miniatures and creating bases. Hopefully you’ll find them useful … Continue reading

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