Ask and ye shall receive.
Since the PDF release, DCC fans have been clamoring for character sheets that reflect the changes found in DCC Lankhmar. Who are we at the Sanctum Secorum to refuse such a challenge. Based on the sheets used in the DCC Lankhmar playtest campaign (and then expanded and polished), these unofficial sheets are released with the blessings of the Dark Master for all you alley-bashers out there! Just click the link below and get them for your campaign!
Lankhmar Character Sheets
It is that time of year again, Gen Con. A time when we marshal our forces, gather our friends, and invade the Embassy Suites by night. With that in mind, the Sanctum Secorum will be dark for the month of August. We will return in September with Roger Zelazny’s Nine Princes in Amber.
Our May contest theme was “Maps”, and during the entirety of the contest, we received only a single entry. In the end, there was no need for a random roll.
1st Place – Marc Elsenheimer – The Fate of the Ruthless Wizard
You can find Marc’s entry in Sanctum Secorum Companion #34.
June was our final month and every bit of art entered during the contest was given a chance to win. It was another big drawing and, in the end, we decided to award the main prize to THREE people. Our June winners are:
1st Place (tie): Tom Wendt – The Dreadnaught
1st Place (tie): Mario Garcia – Drowning Man
1st Place (tie): Mars Homeworld – Wishler
You can find all three of those entries in Sanctum Secorum Companion #37.
We would like to thank everyone who took part in this contest. It has been a doozy of a ride and we are working on getting the last of the prize packages shipped out. There were so many entries that we will be featuring more of them in the upcoming months. Keep a sharp eye out for them.
As for what the future holds? We expect to announce our next contest in December so, keep an eye out!
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The story follows Robert Wolff, a man disenchanted with his life and his marriage. One day, while looking at a new house, Wolff discovers a strange horn in the basement. Blowing the horn, Wolff is transported to a strange new world, the World of Tiers. Wolff finds himself initially in an edenic paradise known as Okeanos. This region is the first level of the planet, which contains a number of tiers like a wedding cake, separated by vast mountain ranges. The entire planet is ruled over by a cruel and mysterious lord named Jadawin, who created it. Okeanos consists of a beach, an ocean, and a small forest and is populated by nymph-like humans who originated in and near ancient Greece. In this new world, Wolff regains his youth and vigor and falls in love with a local woman named Chryseis who lived in Troy at the time of the Trojan War.
Welcome to the Sanctum Secorum podcast. Tonight we discuss the Maker of Universes, the first book in Philip José Farmer’s World of Tiers series and pair it up with The Dread God Al-Khazadar.
Over on Reddit, r/rpg selects a new featured game of the month to shine a light onto in hopes of spreading the good word. Well, this month is DCC RPG so head on over and share your stories. A number of folks in that subreddit have never played DCC and are encountering it, and possibly our community as a whole, for the first time.
Head on over to Reddit and join the discussion.
In keeping with that holiday spirit, the Sanctum Secorum is releasing another digest-sized, print-copy companion – available from a number of participating judges. Much like the GFA, those Judges have printed those companion issues out on their dime, as an extra bit of awesome for your Free RPG Day. We think that those folks deserve a round of applause.
Ladies and gentlemen! Judges of all ages! It is time, grab your dice, your dead stamp and head out the door to one of 138 locations worldwide and get your Goodman Games on. DCC, MCC, Crawl-thulhu, Pyramid Crawl Classics, Skull & Crossbones Classics, Umerica, Xcrawl, Fifth Edition Fantasy – whatever your flavor…
Click the poster to see the current venue list
You may be “no hero”, but you can still be a hero to these stores who are seeking DCC Judges for Free RPG Day. Are you looking for a place to get your game on? Here is your chance!
Comic Collector Shop 574 E El Camino Real Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Cool Stuff Games 12550 SW 88th St, Miami, FL 33186
Tyche’s Games 1056 S Lumpkin St, Athens, GA 30605
Phoenix Fire Games 44 E Fairview Ave, Meridian, ID 83642
Castle Perilous Games & Books 207 W Main St, Carbondale, IL 62901
Goblin Games 3003 Anderson Ave, Ste 1001-F, Manhattan, KS 66503
High Tide Games 22599 MacArthur Blvd, Ste 126 California, MD 20619
Ziege Games 1788 N Old US 23, Howell, MI 48843
Fanfare 4415 S Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Meepleville – Board Game Cafe 4704 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
- New York
Casual Dragon Games 136 Walnut Street, Lockport , NY 14094
Alter Ego Comics 230 North Main St., Lima, Ohio 45801
Ettin Games and Hobbies 241 FM 1960 Bypass Rd E, Humble, Texas 77338
Space Cadets Gaming Gaming 27326 Robinson Rd., Oak Ridge North, TX 77385
Black Moon Games 7 Evelyn St., Rutland , VT 05701
Atomic Comics Emproium II 452 Denbigh Blvd Ste C, Newport News, VA 23608