See Page XX: September 2011

After a month’s hiatus to recover from GenCon and all that entails, See Page XX is back, packed with articles, advice, and interesting Pelgrane-related tidbits. We have the monthly round-up of all things Pelgrane from Simon Rogers. Robin D Laws talks about the forthcoming DramaSystem. Johnny Nexus, author of Game Night and Critical Miss condemns the red-herring in Grabbing Chekhov’s Gun. Stowaway is a free 20-minute demo for Ashen Stars from Kevin Kulp, for all of you who want a taster of just how awesome it is. Ask Beth is a new regular Page XX feature, providing answers to all those questions you have always wanted to ask. Next we have a single page of the forthcoming Night’s Black Agents layout from Evil Hat’s Fred Hicks. We also have a large number of projects that are in need of playtest so please check them out.


Out Now

  • The Apocalypse Machine by Graham Walmsley, the second installment of the Cthulhu Apocalypse series.
  • Many Fires by Jason Morningstar, something ancient and horrible lurks beneath the mountains of Northern Mexico.
  • Ashen Stars PDF: The PDF only is now available to buy and download in our shop.
  • Dead Rock Seven PDF: Gareth Hanrahan’s collection of adventures for Ashen Stars is now available as PDF only.

Page XX Poll

Which of these games you don't currently play do you think would be easiest to pitch to your players?

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4 Responses to “See Page XX: September 2011”

  1. […] der neuesten Ausgabe des Online-Zines See Page XX kann man ein Demoabenteuer finden (keine Kurzregeln, sondern ein kurzes Abenteuer mit fertigen […]

  2. Steve Moss says:

    Trail of Cthulhu. 3 of my players own the rule book.

  3. Nook Harper says:

    I think Esoterrorists, as it doesn’t require more player research than watching X-Files or CSI.
    Trail appeals to old school gamers, and comes in a close second.

  4. Neil Ford says:

    Interesting poll results (as of 17:29 GMT Nov 29). I wouldn’t have said Ashen Stars was an easy sell. The background is quite complex. Much the same for NBA. I desperately want to run it but thing players will take some time to grasp the concept, even if it does reference recognisable tropes.

    I voted Esoterrorists, as it’s background and setting are easy to explain. As the previous commenter said, just reference X-Files ans CSI and you are away.

    – Neil.

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