Cypher Chronicles, vol. 22-2017

Iadace and welcome to Cypher Chronicles!

MCG News

  • If you like creating your own Cypher System stuff for your home game, why not publish and sell it on DriveThruRPG using the Cypher System Creator program? There are more than 50 Cypher System products available now—your own creation could be the next great adventure for players all over the world!

Recommendations

  • Bio-Logic is a tile-based board game on Kickstarter that takes players into the microscopic world inside the human body, where you play a super-bug working through the body’s defenses and other opposing microbes.

Get Inspired

  • Storm chaser Chad Cowan spent six years gathering footage to create Fractal, a time-lapse video of supercell thunderstorms.

Inspire Us

If you have something you’d like to see published in Cypher Chronicles next week, share it with us! Send your recommendations to cychron@montecookgames.com (submitting a recommendation does not guarantee publication). And if you have an ongoing streaming game of Numenera, The Strange, or the Cypher System, let us know!

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Sean Reynolds
Sean Reynolds

Sean K Reynolds grew up in southern California. He’s been a webmaster, game designer, developer, freelancer-wrangler, and many other jobs that can’t be described in one or two words. He’s worked on a couple hundred books for a half a dozen RPGs, designed videogames, taught classes on game design, written plays and musicals, judged international talent-search contests, won game design awards, and had bit parts in geeky movies. He lives in Seattle, Washington with his four cats. Sean is the Community Relations Coordinator at Monte Cook Games.