Thursday, June 19, 2014

Sand and Stone Released!

We've just put Sand and Stone by Chris Avellone and George Ziets up for sale on DriveThruRPG. The book came out to 30 pages, and we're excited to have this opportunity to expand the information available about the game setting.

Since the colonization of Morden, Hebron and Hyphrates shared an enmity. In part, this was because of their nearness and competition for many resources. Their cultural differences, however, served to intensify the division as well. Hebronites are generally far more devoted to family, while Hyphratians tend to embrace personal goals. These differences often triggered misunderstandings and hostilities between the two cultures, leading to an endless series of conflicts. Much of this was swept aside in the face of the Grand Coven, when all the nations of Morden cooperated under the banner of the Armies of Light.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Friday the 13th Sale!

Today's the last day of our Post a Pic get a PDF special. We've gotten a great response to that already, and we're excited to see your pictures. But, we wanted to do more, so we're adding in another bonus.

It's Friday the 13th. That's a big deal for Accursed. So, we wanted to have a big sale. 13% off seemed like too little. Doubling that to 26% still wasn't enough. So, we've marked down all of our eBooks in the Accursed line to 39% off. That means our one sheets are only $0.76 and the Accursed setting book is only $12.20. If you're interested in the setting, it's a great time to grab it.

Link To The Sale

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Post a Pic, Get a PDF

Tomorrow's Friday the 13th, and that's a big day for Accursed. We just love the idea of ill-luck that goes with it and we want to celebrate it. Today's also Origins Game Fair in Columbus. We're excited about that too, even though the creative team won't be there, Studio 2 Publishing has Accursed available in print at their booth. So, we wanted to celebrate that too. We recognize that not everybody can be at the convention, so we wanted to do something that gives people a chance to enjoy our celebration.