One of the best parts of living in our Golden Age of RPGs is that the choice of systems to use provides an unprecedented level of game design flexibility. Recently I was watching the Amazon TV show Man in the High Castle thinking how much I liked the story as possible RPG setting. While my
Pookie has posted an elaborate review of Sun Spots, which you can find here.
It’s been nine years since I started working on this project, but it was worth the wait. The Kickstarter for bringing Sun Spots to life as a Call of Cthulhu is now live. You can find the project here. You can see some preliminary illustrations here. Let’s see where this journey takes us!
Weird 8 Becomes Chaosium Licensee — Sun Spots to be Published for Call of Cthulhu Kickstarter Will Launch Thursday Sept 15th and Be Updated for 7th Edition Rules Sun Spots is now an officially licensed Chaosium Call of Cthulhu® scenario and will be published for the recently released 7th edition of the rules. The Kickstarter
The Kickstarter for the Cthulhu RPG scenario Sun Spots has delayed its project start by two days to Thursday, September 15th due to an exciting development! More details will be revealed in the next couple days, but suffice it to say that I could not be happier with where things are headed, and I
New Stand-alone Horror RPG Book Launching on Kickstarter Sept. 15th — Sun Spots Scenario Hearkens Back to Old School Cthulhu Gaming Dave Sokolowski, author of 2014’s successful Kickstarter scenario He Who Laughs Last, and contributor to both SixtyStone Press’ Masks of Nyarlathotep Companion and Golden Goblin Press’ Tales of the Caribbean, is launching his second
I’ve been doing a ton of work to prepare for my upcoming Sun Spots Kickstarter (Sept 12!) and one of the biggest efforts has been around organizing a more concentrated PR campaign. Just getting the word out, sending press releases to more places, and engaging with more people and sites as my Kickstarter project ramps
Well, it’s official — I’m gearing up to launch the Sun Spots Kickstarter on Tuesday, September 13th! Right now, I’m busily running around behind the scenes, getting all my PR in place, writing press releases, finding play-testers, reading online resources, and basically just trying not to freak out about the whole thing. Because now there
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Let’s say you’re, oh, I don’t know, an aspiring writer with a project (or two or three) under your belt, and you’re looking to expand your readership, as well as grow interest in your future projects. I’m asking for a friend. Then you look around and read stories like this one and this one and