Been holding off buying Mythras or some of its supplements? Got a bit of Crimbo money that is burning a hole in your pocket? Or perhaps you just like January Sales? Then run over to the Design Mechanism Site, armed with the code below, and bag yourself a bargain.
Lawrence Whitaker lays it down….
It’s the 2017 Boxing Day Sale!
From 26th December until 2nd January, there’s 30% off print and PDF books at The Design Mechanism’s store. Everything is on sale, with the exception of our December 2017 release title (Mythic Constantinople and The Lonely Lighthouse).
So if you missed out during the year, or want to introduce friends to Mythras, there’s no better time to snag a bargain!
Simply use the code below at checkout to get 30% off your order.
And if you like sales, we’re having a big D101 January sale that starts on 1st of Jan and runs until Jan 31st.
It is a little-known fact that the bloodshot eyes on the cover of the Muckus version of The Midderlands, are googly-eyed Glenn’s (creator of the book) own. You see every time he goes out and in Midderlands parlance “Gets Bladdered” on a special gloomium ale (known as Green Monster) at the local tavern, he wakes up the next morning with bulging bloodshot eyes. Quickly he pops them out and puts them in a jar kept by his bedside for this purpose. New eyes have fully grown by around lunchtime, while the red eyes have been inserted into the leather cover. See how the red eyes (which includes Glynn’s rather swollen third eye – which pre-Green Monster bingeing is hidden behind his heavy set brow) glowers accusingly at his current set of eyes for all the proof you need in the world.
While the Muckus edition was a high-end Kickstarter reward, you can pre-order the regular version of Monkey Blood Design.
My friends over at All Rolled Up have signed a deal with Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson of Fighting Fantasy fame to do their world-famous game rolls, dice trays and messenger bags in Fighting Fantasy themes. They had them on sale over the weekend while they were at the mighty Dragonmeet, Now they have returned home and they are now offering them through their web store.
So that’s me sorted for Christmas, only got to decide whether to go with the funky Shamaunti Hills Manticore or the Death Trap Dungeon nasty for my new game roll 🙂
Look here’s the All Rolled Up gang with Ian and Steve, manhandling the goods!
Image courtesy of All Rolled Up
The Crypts and Things/Midderlands Conversion Guide is now available via DriveThruRpg and D101Games.com
So if you want to use C&T with +Glynn Seal’s ever so green and unpleasant land, with some extra gaming juice, now you can 🙂