See Page XX – November 2017

Page XX logo (2015_04_01 16_53_09 UTC)We’re just back from a fantastic Dragonmeet, where we got to catch up with colleagues and friends new and old, and none of us lost our voices until after the show. But our most exciting news this month comes in the form of our new Administrative Assistant, Colleen Riley, whose introduction you can read below. Having worked for our good industry friends at Atlas Games and Modiphius previously, Colleen brings a wealth of experience to this newly-created role, and we were delighted to welcome her to the Pelgranista fold at PAX Unplugged recently.

In other news, the Demonologist class for 13th Age is now available in the form of the Book of Demons – pre-order now and get the plain-text PDF straight away. You can also pick up the latest GUMSHOE One-2-One adventure, Ex Astoria, and join Vivian Sinclair as she battles unions and scabs in 1930s New York.

New Releases

Articles

13th Age

      • 13th Sage: Borrowing from Glorantha – Rob Heinsoo looks at mechanical elements in the upcoming 13th Age in Glorantha that could have a place in core 13th Age games
      • The Church of the Second Chance – Roland Rogers on how to avoid being hit
      • 13th Age Character Builds. In this series by ASH LAW, we feature two different builds for every 13th Age character class, at all levels. ASH suggests how the builds might be used, and offers tips on playing each character. Stats are based on the point-buy method, and the characters have no non-standard elements.

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5 Responses to “See Page XX – November 2017”

  1. gdave says:

    Espionage, particularly spy-fi or technothriller (e.g., Alias, Nikita, Mission: Impossible)

  2. Steve Dempsey says:

    ELizabethan mysteries with playwrights.

  3. marcin says:

    Classic fantasy.

  4. Heidi Estrada says:

    Something I would like to see as a resource for players in Night’s Black Agents is a way to have the descriptions of your Abilities (both investigative and general) compiled neatly.

    Here is what I mean: I have chosen my Abilities for my new character, the next thing I do is go to the PDF of NBA and copy/paste the detailed descriptions of JUST MY ABILITIES into a Word document, which I reformat so it looks all nice and easily readable.

    I use my Word document during play to have a quick reference to the Ability descriptions, instead of taking game time to look up my ability descriptions in the PDF. This way I don’t have to sift through ALL Abilities, I just have MY Abilities close at hand.

    This is very useful to me and it takes quite a long time to do for each character I create.

    Thanks for creating the best game on the planet!

    Heidi

  5. Michael Schwartz says:

    Base it off of Ashen Stars, please.

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