Iadace and welcome to Cypher Chronicles!
- Today is the last day for the Strange Box Kickstarter campaign! Just this morning we hit the stretch goal for a new playmat and are zooming toward unlocking a Translation Deck!
- Expanded Worlds is now available for preorder! Building on the genres explored in the Cypher System Rulebook, Expanded Worlds gives you tailored rules, advice, tropes, and character options for seven setting genres, along with tools you can use to build any campaign you can imagine.
- Monte wrote an Invisible Sun design diary about vislae death and vislae ghosts.
- Sean Patrick Fannon chose Story, Please! as his pick of the day!
- The Redacted Files has released a podcast of the last session of their The Strange campaign!
- The CIA is using roleplaying games to train agents for real-world situations. (Still think RPGs are a waste of time, Uncle Mike? Do ya?)
- Artist Felice House replaced the iconic male characters in classic Westerns with women, without resorting to “sexy cowgirl” tropes.
- 13 behind-the-scenes secrets of NASA mission controllers… Because researching and exploring space is kind of a big deal.
- Sculptor Sheryl Westleigh has a Kickstarter campaign for her next sculpting project—and the backers get to vote on what sketch she sculpts!
- Q-workshop and Chaosium are making a Call of Cthulhu Metal Dice Set on Kickstarter!
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