Crowdfunding excitement abounds this month.
Newcomers Dark Smile Games are looking to launch a new Savage Worlds setting Fae Nightmares, a urban fantasy setting based on the clash between Celtic fairy tales and Native American folklore. The book will feature four playable races, five new magic backgrounds and two plot-point campaigns.
Clockwork: Empire Roleplaying Game
A gothic horror/steampunk mash-up set against 1896 London as reality crumbles apart. It promises a new resolution system based a unique one hundred card deck. Clockwork: Empire has already doubled its initial goal and has twelve days remaining before then of its campaign.
Amethyst is a game of the clash between high technology and high fantasy in its final hours of funding. The bulk of the book will be spent bring the setting's content to the following rulesets: D&D NEXT, D&D 4th Edition, 13th Age, Fate Core, Pathfinder and Savage Worlds.
Dragon Kings is the Best Band Name
Tim B Brown is pitching a spiritual successor to the classic D&D setting, Dark Sun, with Dragon Kings. Set on a slowly dying world swiftly being engulfed by chaos, the setting will pursued to not only as a gaming manual for Pathfinder and Savage Worlds but a rock opera as well.
Numenera gets Strange
Bruce Cordell and Monte Cook are teaming up to create The Strange. A multi-versal sci-fi setting using the same mechanics as Numenera, sees players hoping across two different worlds each with their own genre twists in attempt to save Earth from reality-smashing doom.
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