View from the Pelgrane’s Nest: December 2017/January 2018

This will be a short and snappy View. The Dragonmeet convention was a great success – we sold more books than ever before, and hosted a jam-packed investigative masterclass seminar. Gareth ran Fall of Delta Green for the entire Pelgrane crew. PAX Unplugged has the potential to grow to be a top-tier RPG convention, matching Origins – we really enjoyed being there. This month we release a host of PDF cards – download them from your Bookshelf.

Year Highlights

Here are a few highlights of 2017

2018

Here are some random highlights for the coming year:

  • We’ve been slow getting 13th Age products out this year. Rob Heinsoo is on the case, and we intend to get five 13th Age books next year.
  • We’ve resolved to continue improving graphic design and art.
  • We are publishing Fall of Delta Green and an adventure supplement. We’ve levelled up in layout and art in this book.
  • We are releasing lots of support for Cthulhu Confidential and new GUMSHOE One-2-One based on Night’s Black Agents.

We wish all our customers, friends and fellow gamers a happy new year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Responses to “View from the Pelgrane’s Nest: December 2017/January 2018”

  1. Michael Keon says:

    So, would the five 13th Age books be: Fire & Faith, Book of Demons, Book of Ages, Shards of the Broken Sky, and 13th Age in Glorantha? Or does Glorantha not count because it’s not technically being put out by Pelgrane? In which case, is the fifth book some as yet unannounced 13th Age book, or are you counting the Map Folio for Fire & Faith as a separate product? Inquiring minds want to know!

    • Colleen Riley says:

      The five books are in addition to Fire & Faith, the map folio, and 13th Age in Glorantha. We’ll cover the details in next month’s issue of See Page XX.

      • Michael Keon says:

        In addition to those three? So, what, eight total 13th Age releases in 2018? Awesome! Can’t wait to hear the details next month.

  2. Paul says:

    Looking forward to hearing about ideas from LARP for TT-RPGs.

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