Hey there everyone! I just wanted to drop in and let everyone know that the manuscript for the Witcher TRPG is in Poland, going through approvals! Lisa and I are on the edges of our seats and with luck we should be hearing back very soon!
If you are going to GENCON this summer, you should really check out David Robbins’ Falkenstein LARP. David has been running a series of CF LARP’s at GENCON for years now and we were very impressed with what he was up to in his Paris in the Spring LARP last year.
“It is 1876, the Age of Steam and Sorcery. The notables of Europe, human, dragon, and faerie, have gathered to “take the waters” at Bavarian spas. But some have motives beyond a mineral bath.”
R. Talsorian will also have CF events at the show, run by our Guest GM, J Gray, author of new CF material from Fat Goblin. There will also be a Castle Falkenstein seminar with information on new products and the 2019 25th anniversary edition.
Meanwhile, the good folks at Retropunk have been working on the new Portuguese edition of the CF core book. Here’s a peek at the unofficial cover.
Hello Distributors and Retailers, we know you’re out there! We look forward to seeing you in Reno next month. Come by Booth 440, say “Hello”, and take advantage of our Show Only Discount. We’re offering an additional 10% discount on orders made at the show, including pre-orders for the Witcher RPG.
Giant robot anime fans, just wanted you to know that Mekton Zeta is once again available in dead tree form. You can POD through Drivethru or order through the Talsorian Store
The Witcher RPG is getting closer and closer, but while you’re waiting, many of you might want to know that the Witcher RPG will be printed in languages other than English. Here are just a few of the publishers who will be bringing out Witcher RPG translations.
Chinese – Beijing Labyrinth Culture
French – Arkhane Asylum
German – Truant Verlag
Italian – Need Games
Polish – Copernicus Corporation
Spanish – Holocubierta Ediciones
Gaming Vs. Cancer Results are in! We are proud to show how gamers are making a difference in the fight against cancer each day. £5315.18 were raised for Cancer Research UK. The organizer went on to thank us for our prize donation… No, Stephen Kissane and the volunteers who organized Gaming Vs. Cancer, thank you! We are proud to be in the same community.