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Halloween is next week! If you are in the gift giving mood (what? It's a holiday!) we've got three new releases that are perfect for the DCC fan in your life! The DCC Annual! DCC #67: Sailors on the Starless Sea Limited Ed. Hardcover! The DCC RPG Demon Skull Foil Edition Reprint! All three are a monster good time!

On top of that, we're also at a con that is EVERYWHERE right now (re: it's online)! And we give you Stephen Newton's second part of his Designer Diary on Creep, Skrag, Creep!, a new Roadworthy Judge, a reminder to the Road Crew about their custom Judge Pin, a request to Stomp the Typo!, and two new DCC Kickstarters from third-party publishers, while another comes to a close!

Let's get to it!
Coming soon to a location near you.
The DCC Annual! Sailors on the Starless Sea HC! DCC Demon Skull Reprint!
Are you kidding me? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! We’ve got THREE amazing releases this week, that many of you have been clamoring for–in some cases for years!

We’ve got the re-issues of the  DCC Demon Skull Edition  of the core rulebook. And there is the limited hardcover foil edition of  DCC #67: Sailors on the Starless Sea . To top it all off, the highly-anticipated release of the  DCC RPG Annual —both standard and foil edition—are also now out.
BONUS!  If you get the foil editions of all three releases from this week, they combine for a dramatic triptych-style piece of art! Get them while you can!

All of these products are now available at your FLGS and in our online store. Let’s look at some details!
There are magic swords. There are patrons. There are even more tables for making monsters unique. There are rules for making cleric deities more distinctive. There are rules for patron weapons and magic rings. There is the lost continent of Mu, and the hidden places between worlds. And there are rules for magical moustaches.

This is the book that you’ve always heard of, made reality at last!

What do you get inside this book? How about:
  • New Magic
  • New Quests and Journeys. Explore the lost continent of Mu!
  • New Judge’s Rules
  • New Magic Items
  • New Monsters
  • And Moustaches. Yes, you read that right—there are rules for moustaches in this book. You know you need it.

You absolutely do not need the DCC Annual to play Dungeon Crawl Classics, nor does any material in this Annual supersede or otherwise change the baseline game experience as expressed in the core rulebook. There is no rules bloat: only new vistas of imagination.
The same as above, but as a limited-edition faux-leather cover with silver foil embossing!
A new limited-edition hardcover of our classic module! Find out why this is among the most-celebrated adventures for DCC RPG !

This limited-edition foil hardcover version of one of our best-selling module contains new color endsheet art by Doug Kovacs and Stefan Poag; a cover gallery including all the tribute covers; articles on the art process; Harley’s original map sketches; a photo gallery of the  DCC  early years; and Doug Kovac’s writeup of his variant module,  Reverse Sailors on the Starless Sea !
Celebrating the history of DCC RPG with a re-issue of our classic DCC Demon Skull Foil cover!

This is the most popular  Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG  cover ever and has been out of print since 2012. Originally available only as part of the first printing of  DCC RPG , it’s now finally back in print—but in limited quantities. If you want it, get your copy now!
A weird and wonderful sci-fi setting for DCC RPG !
You may not have ever heard the name Fletcher Hanks before. That’s because he was a Golden Age comic artist who never saw great success. Many years later, however, his legacy was discovered…such as it is. And the folks at JLHB Polytechnic are bringing him to you in the form of  The Leopard Women of Venus .

The Leopard Women of Venus  is a new third-party Kickstarter for use with  Dungeon Crawl Classics , creating a wild vision of a science-fiction world unlike anything else.

Inspired by a Fletcher Hanks story starring Space Smith,  The Leopard Women of Venus  answers many questions, such as “Why are there Leopard Women on Venus?” and “Who else lives on Venus?” It’s the exact type of weird and wonderful world that fits in perfectly with  DCC RPG .

Here’s what the Kickstarter tells you to expect:
Leopard Women of Venus  is heavily inspired by pulp fiction and foundational fantasy authors like Edgar Rice Burroughs; committed to instilling a mixture of awe, wonder, and horror; and extremely dangerous for player characters.

Inside the book you’ll find:
  • The Leopard Woman class and their powerful augments
  • Clear guidelines for how DCC character classes function on Venus
  • Two patrons, Stardust the Super-Wizard and Fantomah, complete with spells
  • A list of 100 Venusian occupations useful for creating 0-level characters
  • A 0-level funnel, “Saucerful of Secrets”
  • A 1st-level adventure, “The Mines of the Moglugs”
  • Fantastical sci-fi gear and equipment
  • Random tables to generate countless springboards for adventure
  • The Magnificent Moglug Maker
  • And much more!

Joshua LH Burnett and the folks at JLHB Polytechnic are no strangers to  DCC RPG . They’ve already produced the popular  Crepuscular  zine, which features the amazingly-wacky  Sanctum of the Snail  adventure, so you know exactly the quality they can produce.
A one-on-one adventure for DCC RPG !
Another third-party DCC Kickstarter has appeared as well! Psychoda Press and James A. Pozenel, Jr are bringing you  The House of the Red Doors .

Described as a more intimate adventure,  The House of the Red Doors  is is a funnel that can be used for tournament play or it can level up a peasant for campaign play. It is one player adventure that requires a Judge.

That’s right, this is a one-on-one adventure. One Judge, one player. The adventure involves a lot of puzzle-solving and can be played in less than half an hour. It’s a different beast for  DCC RPG !

Head on over to  The House of the Red Doors   DCC Kickstarter to find out more!
Get in now for this new MCC adventure
The Bane of the Ancients  is a 0- or 1st-level Mutant Crawl Classics -compatible roleplaying adventure module inspired by zombie horror movies…and the horrors of office life. 

It's also less than a week to being done! And they've cleared their first stretch goal and are well on their way to the second. Let's see how far it can go before the campaign is complete!
Stephen Newton presents all of the Easter Eggs for the new horror adventure
“They fastened around my waist another black and silver symboled belt, and set upon my head a chaplet of the black oak leaves. De Keradel drew from his belt the maul and put it in my hand. I shrank from its touch and dropped it. He picked it up and closed my fingers around it. I tried to unclose them and could not, although the touch of the maul was loathsome. I raised the maul and looked at it. It was heavy and black with age… like the belt… like the chaplet. It was shaped all of one piece as though carved from the heart of oak; shaft in center, ends of its massive head blunt. 
The mael bennique! The beater in of breasts! Heart crusher! And I knew that its blackness was less from age than from red baptisms.” 
–  Creep, Shadow!,  Abraham Merritt

This article is a  follow-up to my Developer Diary article  for my latest adventure,  Creep, Skrag, Creep! . In that article, I noted that two of the strongest influences for the adventure were Abraham Merritt’s 1934 novel  Creep, Shadow! , and the 1979 film  Alien  directed by Ridley Scott—as well as other films like  Halloween  and  The Thing

Fans of those books who have read  Creep, Skrag, Creep!  may have spotted some familiar names nodding to those sources, and now I’ll just lay them all out here for your reading pleasure.

As always, spoilers ahead, my friends…
Going on right now!
You know how you should be out raking leaves but just don’t feel like doing it? We have a solution. Stay indoors and check out some panels, contests, and sign-up for some awesome gaming. It’s a convention! And you can do it all online!

Gauntlet Con 2019  will be held from October 24th to October 27th! What makes Gauntlet Con different, is that it is an entirely online gaming convention featuring panels, contests, and over 175 game sessions.

Our own Judge Brendan LaSalle will be a part of the festivities, running four different games over the course of the weekend. As of this writing, all of his games are full, but register yourself and get on the wait-list. No-shows are a regular part of every convention, online or not!

So put on your comfy pants, get yourself some cider, kick your feet up, and game the weekend away! (Cosplay is optional.)
Help us make our product better
Here at Goodman Games we are committed to publishing high-quality products on every level. Whether it is the amazing art that makes our titles appealing to fans or the dynamic writing and high standards of production, at every turn we only want the best product in your hands.

We now have a standardized online form where you can tell us about any errors you discover in our books. The process couldn’t be more simple: just submit your correction through the online form. As we send new books to reprints, we will consult our fan submissions and update accordingly! It’s sort of like crowd-funding for proofreading. You can help to make our books better than ever, and make sure that we have enough eyes on the product.

This is a tool, not something to be abused. We genuinely want your help. This is a way to help ensure that we are putting out the best books that we can publish, and your way to help us out. Let’s see what we can do together!
If you aren’t familiar with the Road Crew, a quick reminder that we support the folks who will step out and run  DCC RPG  or any of our products in a public forum—whether it be at conventions, stores, or even online—with swag and other rewards for your time and effort. If you aren’t signed up, it is so easy! Click on over to our  Road Crew page  to get all of the details.

For those of you who are already a part of the team, we wanted to remind you that time is running out to get to your thirteen events and qualifying for a custom Judge Pin! You have until the end of the year to get to thirteen games and finish out the season in style. You need to schedule your events as soon as possible, so we can get everything in place and get your games on our  Events Page .

This is the perfect time of year to schedule events, too! With all the Halloween mood in the air, now is a great time to run one of our new DCC Horror modules:  DCC Horror #2: The Sinister Sutures of the Sempstress or  DCC Horror #5: Creep, Skrag, Creep!  Turn your next game into a frightfully fun experience, and earn some swag in the process.
Teacher, Artist, Writer...Judge
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 2019 is  Road Trip ! We want you to get out there and experience the world. Whether it be in real life or online, you can always explore unknown lands and make new friends. Who knows, maybe we’ll put you up on our website. Jump on into the  Road Crew  program for your chance!

This week’s judge comes from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he is a sometimes teacher, artist, and writer. He loves to run  Dungeon Crawl Classics —and isn’t afraid to answer questions, either. Let’s meet Judge Daniel Vance!
Two great releases are now available!
Do you hear chains rattling? Are their strange sounds coming from the attic? Have you been seeing shadow figures out of the corner of your eye? Don’t worry, it’s not a sign that your house is haunted, it’s just a reminder that Halloween is on the way, and you need to plan for your holiday adventure!

Thankfully, we’re here to help. We’ve got a ton of options for you, as we’ve highlighted on our  Halloween Horror Modules  page. A bevy of choices awaits you, ranging from  Age of Cthulhu  to some great third-party releases and on to our own adventures for  Dungeon Crawl Classics !

We’ve even got two new releases timed to tie-in with one of the most favorite holidays of the year. Let’s take a closer look!
A level 0 funnel adventure for DCC RPG.

The ship is adrift and a crew is dead. When the passengers of the Star of Nostro awaken, drugged and bound, and discover the crew is missing, a desperate race for survival begins. The vessel was meant to transport your group of humble villagers to a brighter future. It is now a coffin ship filled with mysterious deaths, dark plots, and a stalking horror that will not stop until it has feasted on every last soul.

Will your characters’ ingenuity be quick enough to find a means to survive, or will you too fall victim to what creeps in the shadows?
A level 6 adventure for Dungeon Crawl Classics.

Mother was wrong: There are monsters in the closet.

Terror seeks out the adventurers in the safety of their own homes, drawing them into a tailored web of vengeance long-deferred. Torn from their beds, the PCs find themselves trapped in the House of Tattered Remnants, the home and prison of an eldritch entity known only as The Sempstress. The adventurers must overcome patchwork horrors, unearthly craftsmen, and even the unraveling of their own realities if they hope to defeat the Sempstress in her lair and escape the House. Or will they be unmade by The Sempstress’ evil?
Looking for a great game this weekend? Always remember to check out our Events Page! Below is an excerpt of what is available in the next few days, but for the full schedule click on the image!