Monthly Archives: July 2015

Christmas in July Sale

All Purple Sorcerer Adventures are 25% off through July 30th in both the Purple Sorcerer Store, and at RPGNow! A host of DCC titles from Goodman Games, Purple Duck, Thick Skulls and more are also on sale at RPGNow.  

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Blasted Clerics and their Healing Sorcery!

I’ll be going in tomorrow to have surgery to blast away some kidney stones. I’ll likely be out of action for a few days and unlikely to reply to any queries during my recovery. 🙂 Before dropping off the grid, … Continue reading

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Updated Character Generators

In in the closing moments of what will surely become known as The Great Kidney Stone Explosion of Mighty Tools 2015, I’m pleased to announce the release of new versions of the Zero and Upper Level Generators with some very … Continue reading

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New Web Tools

While battling a kidney stone of late, I’ve hurt a bit too much to sleep, but have had a clear enough head to get in a little coding. So I whipped up web versions of the Mercurial Magic, Demon, and … Continue reading

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Happy Happy Fun Fun

If you’ve tried to contact me in the last stretch without success, I apologize: It’s happy fun fun kidney stone time! I deal with small painful stones fairly frequently, but this is shaping up to be a stone of the … Continue reading

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Tools Year in Review

Last summer we had a very successful yearly Purple Sorcerer Tools Fundraiser. I can’t tell everyone how much I appreciated not having to worry about hosting or app store publishing costs over the last 12 months: my health has impacted … Continue reading

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Sorcerer’s Grimoire Updates

I’ve updated the Sorcerer’s Grimoire with all of the missing spells I could detect, as well as fixed a bug where cover sheets weren’t being added to non-random grimoires. Check it out: we should be close to pulling the beta … Continue reading

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