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Lots of people want to know what we put into our second--or later--printings, and we've got the low-down on it for you. Plus we've added Back to BasiX to our online store, provided a complete recap of ALL the Gen Con tourneys, and even have a new Roadworthy post!

Let's get to it!
OSR zine now in our online store!

Let's get down to brass tacks. To the nitty gritty. To the fine details. Or, in this case,  Back to BasiX .

Back to BasiX  is a popular new zine that focuses exclusively on old-school role-playing, bringing out new material as well as interviews with famous TSR creators, and much more! Although the rules system used for new monsters and spells in Back to BasiX is 1E  rather than  DCC , it’s very inspirational material and will give you lots of ideas for your  DCC  games!

Check out the issues below!
Second printing or later!

Everything old can be new again. When it comes to second—or later—printings on  Dungeon Crawl Classics  modules, this is definitely true.

At Gen Con 2018, we debuted two new reprint editions, and at our What's New With Goodman Games Seminar we announced the exciting new version of  The Chained Coffin  that will be heading your way. But what exactly do we do with most of our reprints? Glad you asked!

For every new printing, we do a fresh proofreading. This often catches minor typographical and similar errors. In addition, we give the authors a chance to review their work. They occasionally choose to revise or even re-work sections of the adventure to make it the best it can be. On top of that, we usually review the artwork. On occasion, we'll swap it out for a new image, and occasionally adjust placement. And finally, we often expand an adventure with related supplemental content in an appendix, or even an entirely new backup adventure or other source material to flesh things out.

Check out our selection of modules that have gone to 2nd or beyond in their printings, and what they have to offer!
All the results from the DCC era!

Gen Con is gaming central for North America. Fans come from around the world to see and partake in gaming events from all of their favorite companies, and our favorite fans come to see Goodman Games! Every year at Gen Con we run at least one RPG tournament—sometimes more! This year and last, players came to test their mettle in  The DCC Team Tournament , and more than a hundred gamers had an awesome time competing in them. In the years prior we have run spell duel tournaments, zero-level funnel tournaments, a  DCC  board game tournament, and even  MCC  tournaments.

In light of the amazing reception for Riders on the Phlogiston at this year’s Gen Con, we thought it might be appropriate to spotlight the many tournament winners who have gamed with us over the years. Our Gen Con tournaments go all the way back to 2014, believe it or not, and you can find the complete recap of the events on our tournaments page. For now, let’s focus on the winners during the  DCC  era.

These, ladies and gentlemen, are the Gen Con Pros—the gamers who have fought, bled, and WON in our Gen Con Tournaments!
Our first Roadworthy Xcrawl DJ!

Welcome to Roadworthy! This is a chance to show off a Road Crew Judge and allow them to share their experience and wisdom. We provide these profiles to help provide insight into their personality and style, and maybe give up-and-coming Judges some advice on improving their game.

The Road Crew theme for 2018 is Strange New Worlds! Head out and find unique places to run games for willing participants. Do something that makes us take notice! Who knows, maybe we'll put you up on our website. Jump on into the Road Crew program for your chance!

This time out we've got something a little different: An  Xcrawl  DJ! DJ King Mob, also known as Judge Sean Smith, steps in to give us a break from his AVN to share his experiences and his wisdom!