Once upon a time, I wrote a game called Magical Kitties Save the Day. Now I’ve partnered with Atlas Games to make print books and bring it to a wider audience. We’re running a Kickstarter campaign for the revised and expanded version starting July 16h. You can learn more about it and sign up for email alerts here.
We are excited to announce that we have launched a new Kickstarter for the Runewild 5e setting!
The Runewild is a dark fairy-tale hex-crawl and setting for use with 5th Edition of the world’s most popular roleplaying game. Designed for character levels 1 through 10, it provides locations, encounters, and NPCs to support a campaign lasting months or years, or to be adapted into other campaigns. At least 160 pages long, the book includes: Continue reading
We thought you would like to know that we are now running a Kickstarter campaign for our newest book, the Runewild.
The Runewild is a dark fairy-tale sandbox setting for use with 5th Edition of the world’s most popular roleplaying game. Designed for character levels 1 through 10, it provides locations, encounters, and NPCs to support a campaign lasting months or years, or to be adapted into other campaigns. The book includes: Continue reading
Thanks to a dedicated fan, we now have Hero Lab data files for the Savage Worlds version of Broken Earth.
All you need to do is download the BrokenEarth.user file below and copy it into your directory ProgramData\Hero Lab\data\savage\
(A full copy of Hero Lab is also required.)
We are slowly getting the site back up to speed. Today I got the downloads section back and running. This has free downloads for Abstract Dungeon, Broken Earth, and some adventures I created for the D&D 5e playtest: Heroes of Drakonheim.
Speaking of Drakonheim, ever since I wrote those adventure, I’ve had the setting bouncing around in the back of my brain. For those who haven’t looked at the adventure, its a medieval city living among the ruins of a great civilization. Goblins lurk in the sewers, necromancers walk the streets, and monsters creep closer every day.
I’ve decided I’m going to run a Kickstarter for a systemless setting book at some point in the near-ish future though I don’t know quite when yet. If that sounds interesting to you, you can sign up to get Kickstarter alerts.
Abstract Dungeon got a nice new review from Die Heart! The bottom line: “Abstract Dungeon clearly delivers on its promise of a fast and flexible system.”
Hello everybody. Sorry we were taken down for a few weeks there. We got hacked and I had to do a bit to get us back and running again.
This has also made me take a look at our website, and I’ve realized that it needs some updating, so look out for changes in the coming weeks!
Broken Earth won the Silver ENnies Award for best electronic product this year at Gencon! Thanks to all our fans who made it possible, and congratulations to all the other winners and nominees.
I’m leaving for Gencon in a matter of hours. This means there won’t be a Kronocalypse Design blog this Thursday, but we’ll get back on track next week.
If you’ll be at the con, I always enjoy meeting fans. The easiest spots to find me are probably at the Ennie awards, or in the Games on Demand room, where I’ll be Thursday and Friday mornings and Saturday evening.
Examiner.com just published an interview with Matthew J. Hanson, head of Sneak Attack Press. In it they talk about the ENnie nominated Broken Earth (among other things).