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Welcome to Rogue Games. We live by a simple motto: Games of good they sneak up on you.
Gamemasters, your time is here. Contained within this book is information you need to make Colonial Gothic your own.
The topics found within will help you bring the colonial period of America to life. In addition you will be treated to a host of rule options, new features, and other items that allow you and your players to tailor the game to suit your needs.
There is more than just rules found here. Within this book lurks many secrets that some might be too afraid to discover.
For more information visit the Colonial Gothic Gamemaster page.
Kickstart 2nd Edition
This October, Rogue Games will be laucnhing thier first Kickstarter campaign. Specifically for Shadow, Sword & Spell 2nd Edition.
First published in 2009, Shadow, Sword & Spell is Rogue Games’ second roleplaying game. The first edition was released as two books (Basic and Expert) but the format was something I was never happy with.
Since 2009, the mechanic driving this game (as well as it’s sister game Colonial Gothic) has changed and adapted through years of play. Things that never worked have been dropped, rules that were never clear, have been clarified, and all revisions had one goal in mind: make the game better.
With Rogue Games' 10th Anniversary approaching next year, I decided it was time to clean the mechanic running the games. I also thought that since I was doing this, I should do something more: have Shadow, Sword & Spell go back to my original intent for the game’s format: one book.
The other major goal with this is wanting Shadow, Sword & Spell match the artistic vision I had.
So how do you meet the goal of vision matching?
That is where this Kickstarter Campaign comes into play.
If you want to stay informed when the campaign launches, use the box on the right to sign up, and when the campaign launches, we'll let you know.
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