Thursday, August 20, 2009

No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides, People of Pembrooktonshire, Green Devil Face #3 Now Available!

In North America, order from Noble Knight Games
(and check out Noble Knight's Old School Renaissance section!)
Worldwide, order direct from LotFP!

(Coming Soon: In Finland, order from Arkkikivi)

PDFs will be available from Your Games Now and RPGNow on August 27

No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides
40 A5 pages
5 page PDF Preview

In the distant past, a woman died in agony. A victim of secret forces. In a present so close you just missed it, a woman died suddenly. At the hands of one who now looks you in the eyes. Tomorrow, a woman will just begin to die slowly, as one so chosen died a decade ago. And a decade before that.

No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides tells the tale of a peculiar town of Pembrooktonshire, the home to many mysteries. Here happened a horrible crime whose perpetrator runs free. Here happens a strange festival and sporting competition with dire consequences for its participants. Here happened the tale of an explorer seeking his fortune, and taking several local youths with him into oblivion.

An overzealous holy warrior. A storybook highwayman. A couple outcast for their forbidden love across racial lines.

Civilization is more wicked than any dark wood or deep dungeon.

No Dignity in Death is an adventure module for low-level characters. There are three distinct adventures described within, each fully usable independently or as a linked series.

People of Pembrooktonshire
36 A5 pages
5 page PDF Preview

Isolated, insane, proud. This is Pembrooktonshire!

Inside this book you will find writeups to 137 of the most bizarre, wicked, and unsettling NPCs ever assembled between two covers, as well as details about the town itself.

Everything included in PoP is modular, so you can take as little or as much as you want in order to fashion the town in a manner that suits YOUR campaign! Do you want to run a horror game? Standard fantasy? Comedy? A surrealistic farce? A nightmare dystopia along the lines of 1984 or Brave New World? ... Or all of these at the same time? People of Pembrooktonshire gives you the tools.

Although written as an optional add-on to No Dignity in Death: The Three Brides, most of the NPC descriptions are independent of that module and from each other, allowing you to use them, with very little modification, in any fantasy setting, campaign, or game.

Green Devil Face #3
16 A5 pages

A variety of traps, challenges, and tests of bravery from a number of authors come together between two perilous covers! Included in this issue:

  • Pool of Fideceal: A Vexing Dungeon Furnishing by Alfred John Dalziel
  • The Heat of Greed by Andreas Davour
  • The Hypercube of Doom by Andreas Davour
  • Sparkling in the Night by Andreas Davour
  • The Zigzag Path of Doom by Akseli Envall
  • Beware the Red Stream by Caleb Jensen
  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place by James Edward Raggi IV
  • The Great Golden Ball by James Edward Raggi IV
  • This Is Seriously Unfair By James Edward Raggi IV
  • Affluentarium by Settembrini
  • Swallow of Summoning by Chris Weller

All LotFP releases are compatible with Advanced, Original, Basic, and Expert fantasy RPGs published between 1974 – 1983 as well as modern “Clone” games including Labyrinth Lord™, OSRIC™, and Swords & Wizardry™.


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  2. I just ordered "Death Frost Of Doom" and "No Dignity In Death". I can't wait to get them!

  3. Found an email from Noble Knights Games this morning saying "We got [Death Frost Doom] back in stock, along with a few new releases from them as well."

    Ordered DFD, 3 Brides, and PoP immediately AND replied to the email informing them that I did.

  4. I really like the cover of No Dignity in Death.

  5. Death Frost Doom has re-entered Noble Knight's Top 10!

    Mini-reviews of the new stuff here.

    And I really like NDiD's cover, if I'm allowed to say so. :D

  6. Good news! I just got my copy of GDF#3. Very nice.

  7. Ordered them a few days ago. Just waiting on the mail. Thanks for the heads up!