Holiday Hoopla at DriveThruRPG

As in the months before we can provide you with a discount code that gives you off 20% from selected products at DriveThruRPG. And while the list for December may be short, it contains some great products. But let’s have a closer look:

  • Fantasy Craft Adventure CompanionAdventure Companion (FantasyCraft)
    The Adventure Companion for Fantasy Craft by Crafty Games not only contains three fully detailed campaign worlds, but also new classes, specialties, feats, tricks and paths you can use in any Fantasy Craft game. As a bonus the PDF edition of the Adventure Companion contains the material that was cut from the printed version!
    Read my review here.
  • Age of Cthulhu 5Age of Cthulhu 5: The Long Reach of Evil
    The Long Reach of Evil is the 5th installation in Goodman Games’ Age of Cthulhu adventure series. The 72-paged PDF contains three adventure modules for Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu. The adventures are set into the 1920s and span the whole globe. According to the product description the PDF also contains a copious amount of handouts which is always a great plus for any CoC adventure.
  • Smallville: The Watchtower ReportSmallville: The Watchtower Report
    I’ve heard a lot of good things about this game, but I haven’t picked it up yet. But if you already have done so, the Watchtower Report might be worth a look. The 150-paged PDF focuses on antagonists and opposition and also contains a Season Ten update to the Smallville RPG. If you are into the Smallville RPG, this might be worth your while, especially because you can never have enough antagonists in a superhero game.
  • HuxtropyHuxtropy
    Huxtropy is a supplement for D&D4th Edition that introduces card magic to the game. Spellcasters can use huxtropy decks as arcane elements and you can reskin rangers and warlocks into card-wielding characters. Upon purchase you not only get the rules in printer-friendly and full-color formats but also a file containing all new power cards. But that’s something you should expect from a supplement dealing with card magic. 😉
    I am not into D&D 4th Edition, but this looks like a fun idea worth trying out.
  • ShamblesShambles
    Last but not least, there’s Shambles by A Terrible Idea. Zombies have been quite popular recently. There are zombie books, movies, board games, and of course also a few RPGs. But usually the zombies are the antagonists and not the heroes of the game. Not so in Shambles. In this 56-paged rules-light RPG you are one of the undead who still clings to his or her life. Shambles is very funny and very unique and one of the games you just should check out. Read my review here.

To get the 20% discount on these titles you have to use the following coupon code during checkout: HolidayHooplah2011. This code is good until January 18th, 2012. Happy holidays to you all!