Monday, March 25, 2013

Space-Age Sorcery Now Available For Download

Space-Age Sorcery is ready for download via our Free Stuff Folder at BOX.
The FREE pdf contains:
  • More than 100 strange new spells suitable for use with most Old School RPGs
  • Magic User & Cleric Spell Lists
  • A table for Optional Dire Consequences
  • 1d6 Spell-Based Scenario Seeds
  • 1d6 Magic Items
  • 1d6 Encounters
We're working on an Expanded Edition of Space-Age Sorcery which we hope to make available in softcover format. We'll keep you updated as things develop. In the meantime, We hope you enjoy Space-Age Sorcery! More fun stuff is on the way...

29 comments:

  1. Awesome!!! Looking forward to the expanded print version!

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    1. We're working on it. We already have more than thirty additional spells ready to go. We'll keep you updated as the Expanded Edition comes together.

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    1. Thanks! Great to hear from you sir. Some of these spells are quite mad, but they can be a lot of fun at the table, especially at conventions or one-shot games where people are less inhibited and more inclined to try things out just for the heck of it...

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  3. excellent news, PDF downloaded, off for a read

    many thanks to all involved in this

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    1. Just be careful if you're eating your lunch while reading through some of those spells.

      It was a great deal of fun collaborating with Needles and Porky both!

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    2. It's always a pleasure collaborating with you too, and just being in the general vicinity of Needles is a privilege and a real unreal experience.

      The file looks just right - a classic arrangement in a fresh style, sharp but relaxed. Soft black blocks on white with your finish giving it fuller form is perfect. The content is way out there, just where it should be.

      It's going to take some absorbing, I can say that much, and I can well believe the Expanded Edition will be even more mind expanding.

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    3. This has certainly been quite an unreal experience, but all-in-all a very positive one and we're looking forward to the next couple of collaborations that we're currently cooking-up.

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    4. There were actually a few spells that made me go ewwww!!! That is no small accomplishment, since I used to teach anatomy on cadavers - to the point where I became allergic to Formalin. Now I need to adapt one or two to FATE as Stunts or magic items for the Alwyn Campaign.

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  4. great stuff! i look forward to using a number of these in our games.. thanks!

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    1. Thanks for checking it out. We'd love to hear how it goes for your group. When we've used some of these spells...the results were pretty memorable...by which I mean horrifying and hilarious in about equal measure.

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    1. It has been a long time in getting done, but it has been a lot of fun. We're very excited about the Expanded Edition. Consider this just the beginning.

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  6. We're already cooking up some new ideas and collaborating on some new stuff. We've had a great response on this so far! More coming up!

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  7. This is pretty darned awesome. Freaky and outside the box. Just my cup of tea.

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    1. Thanks! We're working on the Expanded Edition now. If you use any of this stuff in your games, we'd love to hear how it went!

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  8. This is pretty awesome. Freaky and outside the box. Just my cup of tea!

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  9. I've only read a little, but already know this is fantastic stuff! I'm going to use a lot of it in my upcoming old school D&D game using the Carcosa setting. Should fit perfectly. Afterwards, I'll blog about my experiences using your PDF.

    If there's a print version of the expanded version, I'm definitely buying it. Speaking of which, if I think up a suitable spell, could I submit it to you guys?

    VS

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    1. We'd like to think that at least some of these spells might find a home in Carcosa or maybe Planet Algol, that was one of our motivations. We are working on the Expanded Edition and it is our plan to make it available in print via RPGnow. We'll have to get back to you about any possible submissions; we're still sorting out a few things that need to be addressed before we can consider that sort of thing.

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    1. Thank you sir! We have a lot more on the way...

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    1. Thanks! Hope you enjoy it. We're rather intrigued with your Warriors of Crypto Earth campaign. That's exactly the sort of thing we wanted to help make happen. I'm working on some illustrations of a few Greys for the Expanded Edition now...

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  12. Outstanding! Thanks for sharing this, guys!

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    1. Thanks! This was a lot of fun to do...hope you like what we have coming-up soon...

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  13. I love this.
    Did the Expanded Edition ever happen?
    I want it in hard copy.
    Thanks either way.
    L

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    1. We have something new that might appeal to you that will be forthcoming once we get through with the last few fiddly-bits. I would like very much to make the expanded version of Space Age Sorcery available via POD...if we can gets things worked-out to make that happen.

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  14. Space Age Sorcery is my exclusive go to guide when writing up npc sorcerers in my USR Sword & Sorcery game. It will referenced and linked in my final free edition of the rules!

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    1. That sounds cool. Where can we find out more about this USR game?

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