Thursday, September 26, 2013

The Shrine of Olikulese released!


Written by +Bryan Meadows with illustrations by +Carolyn Meadows and a map by myself, this is CMG's first delve into the world of Fate Accelerated Edition (FAE) and adventure! This short adventure is a great introduction to the world of FAE and the excellent game system that it is. After Bryan, Alex and I joined a game ran by the author, Bryan and I knew we had to make an adventure for the system to help encourage people to take a look at FAE. If you are interested in reading a review, check out +Johua De Santo's review here.

This adventure is just $1 (we need to feed the monsters) and the rules are pay what you want over on those Evil Hat guys' website. For under $4 you can be gaming tonight!

Saturday, March 30, 2013

All Dragonslayer Pantheon issues on sale!


To help celebrate Table Top Day we have cut the already low price of the Dragonslayer Pantheon series in HALF! For just $.50 you can pick up one of these excellent additions to any campaign.

 


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Dragonslayer Pantheon—Issue 6

Andrew has just finished up the sixth issue of his outstanding The Dragonslayer Pantheon, The Temple of Celestial Revolution. This powerful, and very dangerous organization relies on astrology to drive their actions with a focus on taking down governments that have exhausted their purpose. A wonderful tool for any GM that offers a completely thought out organization that will help bring your campaign to life!
The Dragonslayer Pantheon—Issue 6
The Temple of Celestial Revolution houses an order of Templar that overthrow stable governments. When their astrologers tell them a government has ruled long enough to build up a toxic layer of secrets, they use a wide variety of tactics to overthrow that government--then they withdraw. They read the stars, waiting until the time is right to slay all the dragons and wizards to cleanse the world of magic. The Templar worship the goddess of the moon, and that makes them dangerous lunatics.

This system-neutral resource has the framework for the Templar, sample NPCs, suggestions for varying difficulty, a way station, and suggestions for working all this in to your current game.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

FREE Adventure: Mal'Zwar Keep

Christmas is almost here and we have had a wonderful first six month or so of existence here at CMG. We have released a handful of products and received pretty much across the board good reviews on everything. We appreciate those of you that have spread word about our products and those of you who have lined our coffers with cash we can turn around and feed our own hobby addictions. :)

In thanks, we have put together a great team of folks and worked out a little adventure for everyone just in time for the holiday. Our friend Josh Mannon from At The Table Games helped us out with the writing and Bryan and another friend Alessandro Bertolucci did some massive work on the document, making it amazingly better. Without further ado, we present to you a little adventure complete with a wintery snow storm, a halfling village in trouble, a trapped ice demon, and a slew of cursed toys.

Are your heroes brave enough to venture into the storm and save the enslaved and starving halfling from Jal'eyt?



Mal'Zwar Keep: A Short Christmasy Delve...with an ice demon! The halflings of Mal'Zwar Keep have been making toys for the good children of the kingdom for decades. That was until recently when their path caross with that of a trapped ice demon. Now they are enslaved and pawns in the ice demon's escape plans! Cursed toys, trapped ice demons, and starving halfling slaves....are your hereos brave enough to face the ice demon and save Winter Night for all the good boys and girls of the kingdom? The adventure is presented in a system-less fashion using common themes and elements found in any fantasy game. It should be easy for any GM to work this into any campaign.



Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Monday, December 10, 2012

The Dragonslayer Pantheon—The Cult of Summation

It is that time again! Andrew has completed another issue of his popular Dragonslayer Pantheon. This time, Andrew turns our attention to an dark cult that prefers a little torture before they murder you. This roleplaying supplement helps a GM with all the details he/she will need to drop this cult into an existing campaign with ease.

The Cult of Summation is a strange religious group of librarians and prison guards. They worship Nihlos, Goddess of Death and Punishment. One of Nihlos' favorite things is summaries--that's why your life flashes before your eyes before you die. This cult will get your life summary out of you before you are executed for your crimes. This resource provides the framework for the cult, as well as some sample NPCs, a map of a prison library, and lots of suggestions for how to use them as adventure hooks in your game.


Friday, November 23, 2012

Dragonslayer Pantheon: Silent Bite released!


Andrew has done it again and brought us another fine product from his Dragonslayer Pantheon, this time focusing on an order known as the Silent Bite. An order dedicated to standing up against oppressors and righting wrongs, this group will fight right in your existing campaign!

The Dragonslayer Pantheon—Issue 4 Silent Bite is an aristocratic order dedicated to the Goddess of the Hunt. In the fine tradition of Robin Hood and Zorro, they are aristocrats resisting an occupying force. However, their method is assassination--one shot, one kill.

This system-neutral issue has inspiration for using these assassins in your game. You get sample NPCs, adventure hooks, common knowledge about the order , and its organization. Inside there are suggestions for how to vary their toughness in your campaign. These are not typical clerics, and they don't worship a generic god.

Even if you have a pantheon in place, there are suggestions for how to include the Goddess of the Hunt in your game. Try it out today!


Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Edge of Space!

Hey there adventurers!

We have been inspired here lately by these little PocketMod games we have seen and we wanted to jump on the bandwagon. Matt had recently watch Prometheus so he had the Alien and Aliens films on his mind. He went and wrote up a mini-game that we could turn into a PocketMod.

Based almost entirely on the themes presented in the film Aliens, this rule book gives you the baseline you need to jump into a game deep in space as you defend mankind from alien incursion. Your group can have the standard grunts and officers, scientists and even the oh so evil company man.

The product blurb:

At the Edge of Space, no one can hear the scream of pulse rifles!

This rules lite game allows you to put on your power suit, grab your pulse rifle and assume to role of space marines at the edge of known space. The Edge of Space Rulebook is designed to allow GMs to easily get an exciting science fiction game up and running in no time. Character generation takes only minutes while still providing players with wide ranging character types to flesh out their space marine squad and get ready to squash bugs in the deep blackness of space. 

So what are you waiting for? Grab your friends and get ready to kick some alien butt!