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Just in time for your New Year Road Crew games, we release these revised versions of our DCC Lankhmar character sheets. Cleaned up and more presentable for your use, approved by Goodman Games, and free!
Get your free approved DCC Lankhmar Character Sheets HERE!
With a new year before us and another “in the books” (see what we did there?), the Sanctum Secorum has added 2018 to our available bundles of Sanctum Secorum Companions. Each bundle includes every release from the year in question – including specials such as our Free RPG Day Companions and Appendix N(ightmares).Read More
Daniel J. Bishop (a longtime supporter and contributor to the Sanctum Secorum) has a write-up about the show over at the Goodman Games site.
Get the free Sanctum Secorum #41 Companion HERE!
The main character of “Gone with the Gods” would seem to be a thinly disguised Offutt, a writer who turns out a prodigious number of novels at the back and call of his editor, writing in whatever genre is hot at the moment to fulfill the needs of an insatiable audience. When his editor calls him to look into the possibility that a former fraternity brother of the editor’s has invented a time machine, and asks him to check out the possibility that the device is real so the editor can invest in it, the authors finds himself looking into the far-fetched claim. Of course the time machine, disguised as a VW microbus, eventually works and Harvey Moss, the author, Mark Ventnor, the publisher, and Ben Corrick, the inventor, all take their turns traveling in the bus, only to learn its limitations. It can only go one day into the future, but anywhen in the past. Although it remains tied to Earth, so they don’t have to worry about showing up in outer space, they do figure out how to take it to different places on Earth. Eventually, in order to make some money, Moss travels back in time to spur human development and plant evidence that he can use to write a best selling book that Ventnor can publish and sell.
Welcome to the Sanctum Secorum podcast. Tonight we look to the past while we discuss Andrew J. Offutt’s tongue in cheek time travel story, Gone with the Gods.
Just starting out with the Sanctum Secorum? Looking at that long list of downloadable ‘zines and thinking about how much you have missed? Well, catching up on your reading is easy now that the Sanctum Secorum has made annual bundles available via Drivethrurpg!
Grab them for free and bring some new life to your table!
We would like to thank all of our listeners and readers for helping up hit this milestone achievement!
Thanks also to all of the writers and artists whose creations have graced the pages of the companion!
The gracious efforts of the community have helped shape the companion into what it is today!
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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.