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Two More MCC Module Covers, DCC Lankhmar, Reprinting Keep on the Borderlands, and Cons

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Hi everyone.

Here’s the latest news for MCC fans! Several topics today.

  • Two more MCC module covers
  • DCC Lankhmar Kickstarter
  • Partnership with Wizards of the Coast to Reprint Classic D&D Modules
  • Gary Con Recap
  • Who's Yer Con is this weekend!

Two More MCC Module Covers

What? You missed Gary Con? Double-what? You missed our seminar at Gary Con? Shame on you! That means you didn't get to check out the cover art to two more of our Mutant Crawl Classics adventure modules - the very modules you'll eventually receive as a stretch goal for this Kickstarter!

At our Gary Con seminar, Jim Wampler gave a great update on the project. We're all working furiously to finalize the book and get it off to the printer. For those who were able to see the layout mockup at Gary Con, you know that all the layout is done and we're plugging in the last few holes with final art.

For those of you who missed the seminar: here are the module covers without further ado! 

Jim Wampler gives an update on MCC at Gary Con.
Jim Wampler gives an update on MCC at Gary Con.

 

Cover art by Doug Kovacs.
Cover art by Doug Kovacs.

 

Cover art by Stefan Poag.
Cover art by Stefan Poag.

DCC Lankhmar Kickstarter

Our Kickstarter has launched for the DCC Lankhmar boxed set! If you haven’t already pledged, you can check it out here. This is our adaptation of the stories of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser, the city of Lankhmar, and the world of Nehwon, officially licensed by the estate of author Fritz Leiber!

The Kickstarter launched at Gary Con, and has already cleared several stretch goals. Every backer gets one free adventure module, plus we are printing the maps even larger. And by the time we finish there will surely be more stretch goals!

If you're a fan of DCC RPG, you may already be a fan of DCC Lankhmar without realizing it. DCC RPG is a perfect fit for Leiber’s world and the stories that chronicle it, perhaps more so than any other role-playing game to date. DCC RPG was specifically designed to go back to the classic sword & sorcery stories of Appendix N, the stories that inspired the original fantasy role-playing game, and provide judges and players with the means to replicate the feel of those tales for their own enjoyment. One could say that Leiber and Lankhmar are in the very DNA of DCC RPG, a crucial part of making the game what it is.

Now, thanks to a partnership with the estate of Fritz Leiber, DCC Lankhmar presents the fans of DCC RPG with new role-playing material that comes directly from the tales of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. Herein are new lands to explore, new monsters to battle, unique spells to uncover, and a bevy of optional rules to make your DCC RPG game better reflect the adventures that fill Fritz Leiber’s fiction. Pledge now!

Pledge now!
Pledge now!

 

Partnership With Wizards of the Coast to Reprint Classic D&D Modules

For those who missed the news after Gary Con, we are very excited to announce a partnership with Wizards of the Coast to reprint classic D&D modules! The first two titles will be B1: In Search of the Unknown and B2: The Keep on the Borderlands. You can read the full press release for additional information.

We announced this project at our Gary Con seminar. In attendance were gaming legend Mike Carr, creator of B1: In Search of the Unknown and early wargaming pioneer. (Mike also played the very first cleric character ever, in Dave Arneson's original Blackmoor campaign!) Also in attendance was Mike Mearls, current head of D&D design at Wizards of the Coast, and Chris Doyle, who has converted B1 and B2 to 5E. It's a very exciting project to be part of, and everyone was really enthusiastic about the announcement.

Seminar announcing the B1/B2 project. Mike Carr, Mike Mearls, Joseph Goodman, Chris Doyle
Seminar announcing the B1/B2 project. Mike Carr, Mike Mearls, Joseph Goodman, Chris Doyle

 

Another fun photo! Mike Mearls, Mike Carr, Joseph Goodman after announcing the B1/B2 reprint project
Another fun photo! Mike Mearls, Mike Carr, Joseph Goodman after announcing the B1/B2 reprint project

 Gary Con Recap

Gary Con was a blast. Tons of great games, tons of fun. You can find a complete recap on our web site. And yes, we really did have a weight-lifting contest to see who could carry the most copies of our massive books. Dylan the Unyielding proved himself to be The Strongest Judge by holding up 55+ pounds of books for over 3 minutes! Mind you, it only takes 6 of our titles to clear 55 pounds. That’s how we roll.

Dylan the Unyielding, finalist in our weight-lifting contest. 55+ pounds of Goodman Games books held aloft for 3+ minutes!
Dylan the Unyielding, finalist in our weight-lifting contest. 55+ pounds of Goodman Games books held aloft for 3+ minutes!

Who's Yer Con This Weekend

If you’re near Indianapolis this weekend, visit us at Who’s Yer Con! It is a 100% free gaming convention featuring six sessions of DCC RPG Saturday and Sunday run by Dieter Zimmerman and others.

Who's Yer Con is this weekend in Indianapolis!
Who's Yer Con is this weekend in Indianapolis!

 

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    1. Brent Rose
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      on April 1, 2017

      Dieter's an awesome Judge! I had the chance to play one of his adventures at Nerdlouvia last fall. I think we made a record for shortest 'boss' fight :). Do you all know if he'll be at ConGlomeration next week?

    2. Silver Bowen on April 1, 2017

      Is there a video of the seminar anywhere?

    3. SkyTwo
      Superbacker
      on April 1, 2017

      Who's Yer Con? Elric's cousin, I'm pretty sure.